The new Campaign for Safe Cosmetics report claims that “industry [can] put virtually any chemical into cosmetics with … no monitoring of health effects.” This statement is misleading at best
Personal Care Truth, a group of independent cosmetic business owners who represent the interests of the cosmetics industry as a whole, has created an interactive forum for its readers in order to provide an outlet for discussion on regulations, legislation and other areas of interest on cosmetics and the personal care products industry.
The Huffington Post site does not promote balanced reporting or commenting in regards to cosmetics.
Co-founder, Lisa M. Rodgers, will be taking a more active role in the promotion of Personal Care Truth and the support of truthful information based on scientific facts.
Over the past year or so, since I started getting more and more involved in internet-based discussions on various aspects of cosmetics.
Personal Care Truth is pleased to announce its partnership with a well-respected scientist from the cosmetic industry, Perry Romanowski. Consumers will benefit from his years of expertise in the personal care industry including research, product development, and education.
Lisa and Kristin are taking Personal Care Truth to another level.
Doug Schoon Responds to Misleading Claims by Oregon OSHA That “Methylene Glycol” Is a Synonym For “Formaldehyde”
Methylene Glycol and Formaldehyde are very different, both chemically and physically.