Statement by Farah Ahmed, Chair Personal Care Products Council Sunscreen Task Force, Response to the 2011 EWG Sunscreen Report
EWG’s assertions about the safety and efficacy of sunscreen products and ingredients lack the rigor and reliability of formal, expert evaluation, are not peer-reviewed, and confuse and alarm consumers.
The Safe Chemicals Act of 2011 would address each of the core failings of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
Unfounded health scares do nothing to protect the public and ultimately cause more harm than good.
Truthful information backed by scientific facts in regards to safe cosmetics.
Don’t Jump On The Lead Hysteria Bandwagon The Internet is filled with scares about lead in everything from childrens’ toys to cosmetics and candy. A few years ago, an environmental group filed a suit against chocolate manufacturers because their candy contained lead. Recently, the Campaign For Safe Cosmetics issued a press release saying that it [...]