Tag Archives: "Campaign for Safe Cosmetics"
Revlon is getting irritated. It started when the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics conducted an independent study on a number of Revlon’s cosmetic products. They found a number of potentially harmful chemicals in the formulations. They decided to do something about it. Together with the Breast Cancer Fund and Ultraviolet, the Campaign issued a press release
Change is happening in the industry. It’s happening slowly, but it’s happening! In 2012, Johnson & Johnson (J&J)-makers of products like Neutrogena, Aveeno, and ROC-pledged they planned to remove a list of potentially harmful chemicals like formaldehyde from all their consumer products by the end of 2015. In January 2013, Proctor & Gamble, who makes
A few weeks ago, our friends at Women’s Voices for the Earth (WVE) urged corporations to list the ingredients used in their fragrances. Since most companies simply put “fragrance” on their labels, there’s no way we can find out what chemicals were used to create that fragrance-and there could be hundreds of them. Now, the