Following the lead of Johnson & Johnson, companies are beginning to reformulate products to make them safer for consumers.
GMA’s sampling follows testing initiated by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and the FDA.
Women put an average of 120 chemicals – some linked to cancer and other health problems – on their bodies each day via cosmetics, shared Diane Sawyer on last night’s ABC World News.
More than 400 cosmetics companies have removed chemicals linked to disease from their products under the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics’ seven-year effort to shift the market toward safer products, reports the Associated Press.
Good news! The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics , a project of the Breast Cancer Fund, announced today that 321 cosmetics companies have met the goals of the Compact for Safe Cosmetics…
Iconic baby shampoo maker J&J has committed to removing formaldehyde-releasing preservatives from its baby products worldwide, under pressure from the Breast Cancer Fund’s Campaign for Safe Cosmetics.
The Breast Cancer Fund’s Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is targeting Bath & Body Works for the company’s use of triclosan in hand soaps marketed to teens.
The Safe Cosmetics Act of 2011 is excellent news for consumers left scratching their heads about which shampoo to buy.
The Breast Cancer Fund traveled to Long Beach, Calif., to introduce prevention to a crowd of over 14,000 California women during the 2010 Women’s Conference, a star-studded two-day forum seeking to inspire and empower.
“Why do companies use harmful ingredients when they can do a product without it? Because they can.”