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  • Anti-pollution cosmetics are big in Australia
  • Anti-pollution cosmetics are big in Australia
    Peter Grifoni (2015) ©

Anti-pollution cosmetics are big in Australia

India may be home to some of the world’s most polluted cities, but it's Aussies that are the most worried about how all that smog is affecting their skin. Nearly 10% of beauty products launched Down Under in 2016 have carried an anti-pollution claim, making it the biggest market in the world.



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