Microplastics and cosmetics
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Background information on Microplastics
Plastic can come in all shapes and sizes, but those that are less than five millimetres in length (or about the size of a sesame seed /grain of sand) are called “microplastics.”
Microplastics come from a variety of sources, including from larger plastic trash that degrades into smaller and smaller pieces. Micro-plastics also refers to ‘microbeads’, which are very tiny pieces of plastic used in a personal care and cosmetics products, like: some toothpastes, skin creams, baby products, sunscreens and shaving creams.
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