I have spent a lot of time over the last week looking at the coverage of the Story of Cosmetics video in the blogosphere, and sometimes challenging stuff written there.
Toxicology is tough to grasp. It’s full of jargon like No-Adverse-Effect-Levels, Uncertainty Factors, and Acceptable Daily Intake.
I got into a bit of trouble talking to a young woman in an internet chat room the other day. Actually its not as bad as that makes it sound.
Since I was a teenager in the Seventies, I’ve always regarded myself as a pretty green. Green in the environmental sense that is. I remember the campaign to get lead
Three Experts Rebut Claims that UV Nail Lamps are Unsafe for Skin Doug Schoon, M.S. Chemistry, Chief Scientific Advisor,CND Paul Bryson, Ph.D. Chemistry, Director of R&D, OPI Products Jim
The Safe Cosmetics Act of 2010 (SCA 2010), now before the House of Representatives, is an inappropriate and seriously flawed attempt to make cosmetics safer. You can read the full
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I‘ve been inspired by the actions of WATCH (Women Against Toxic Cosmetics Harm) and the Alliance for a Clean and Healthy Maine, who (with the assistance of the Environmental Working Group and
Personal Care Truth is pleased to announce its partnership with two well respected scientists from the cosmetic industry, Amanda Foxon-Hill and Doug Schoon.