We have been asking: “Does Revlon Care?” We think we know the answer.
“Here is our message to Revlon: No amount of bullying is going to make us stop advocating on behalf of the millions of people who want and deserve safe cosmetics.”
In-depth article highlights the Breast Cancer Fund and explores the government’s failure to regulate toxic chemicals in cosmetics.
Congress introduced the Safe Cosmetics and Personal Care Products Act of 2013. The legislation would give the FDA authority to regulate personal care products, most of which are not currently tested for safety under our outdated system.
GMA’s sampling follows testing initiated by the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and the FDA.
The Breast Cancer Fund’s Lisa Archer told the Times that we will continue to push global giants in the cosmetics industry to make safer products.
In a monumental victory, today J&J announced that it will remove toxic chemicals linked to cancer and other health problems from its all its cosmetics brands worldwide.
Mercury in imported skin-lightening creams is just the latest example of toxic chemicals in cosmetics.
A California agency has found the “toxic trio” of chemicals — toluene, formaldehyde and dibutyl phthalate — in salon nail polishes, even those that claim to be free of the harmful substances.
Our Policy Director Janet Nudelman spoke with Marketplace yesterday about the need for a law ensuring cosmetics are safe.