Do the UV filters in cosmetics have any effect on corals?
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The Centre Scientifique de Monaco and L’Oréal Recherche & Innovation publish their findings on the absence of harmful effects of UV filters used in cosmetics on the photosynthetic activity of corals. 

UV filters on corals

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