I’m male and have just got my dermatitis under control. I got interested in what caused my D and it in the skincare products that I use. I’ve been on a mad research frenzy finding out about the cosmetic industry.
When Lisa and I launched Personal Care Truth in May of 2010, we had absolutely no idea we’d gain the readership we have today. At over 8.4 million hits, it is clear that the public wants to learn the science backed truth about personal care products and cosmetic safety. With our growth, the need to update our comment policy to be crystal clear what is tolerated on PCT. We are human and fully aware you can’t please everyone all of the time…
In the state of California, there are a total of 5 bills that in one way or another either touch on cosmetics or work on topics that are closely related.
Things are changing at Personal Care Truth.
I wanted to give those of you a heads up about some draft legislation in Massachusetts. This bill is currently scheduled for a hearing on September 13, 2011.
Official statement of The Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CCIC).
There are some changes from the previous legislation, however, the focus of the proposed bill remains unchanged, and the bullet points below provide the highlights.
How to properly label your products.
The group’s formula to a scare campaign is to point to the presence of a chemical without credibly establishing that there’s any actual harm (which is what really matters).
H.R. 2359 has inadvertently gained endorsement from a surprising source—VegNews Magazine.