Do we know what the cumulative effect of the chemicals used in cosmetics in the body is?
Adopting the zero tolerance approach to cosmetics?
The difference between squalane and squalene.
Entrepreneurial stories offered practical insights on how HR 5786, as drafted, would impact their businesses without providing consumers with additional safety benefits.
Nano zinc in sunscreens and skin penetration
I get it and understand why some ingredients must be tested on animals, but I was alarmed when Anne-Marie of Brambleberry uncovered how the EU Initiative increased the number of animal tests.
Safe Cosmetics Act of 2010 would have the exact same effect on small, woman- and mom-owned cosmetics businesses as the CPSIA had on toy manufacturers.
Far from being a well meaning but flawed attempt to make the world better, the Story of Cosmetics is a sales pitch. Nothing more.
I thought I’d go into more depth as to why I think the Safe Cosmetics Act’s definition of “ingredient” makes it impossible for totally innocuous ingredients to end up on the list of safe, nontoxic ones.
If you use vegetable oils in your skin care products, regardless of whether or not they are organic, they may be prohibited by this bill because they contain phytoestrogens.