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November 15th, 2006

Chemicals In Cosmetics Will Take Toll On You

More and more manufacturers are now using potentially hazardous materials, called nano-particles.

"The concern is that these particles are so small, we can be exposed to large amounts of them, they may absorb through the skin, we may inhale them," Houlihan said.


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