How beauty products got safer over the past decade

Since 2004, the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics has used smarts and sass to pressure the cosmetics industry to make safer products. A project of the Breast Cancer Fund, the Campaign works to protect the health of consumers, workers and the environment through public education and engagement, corporate accountability and sustainability campaigns and legislative advocacy designed to eliminate … Read more…

A toxic situation: Walmart and Target take on chemical safety (The Guardian, 12/17/2013)

In a perfect world, the government would rely on sound science to regulate chemicals in personal and home care products, and consumers could safely assume that there’s no need to worry about the things they buy…

Groups Refuse to Withdraw Claim That Revlon Make-up Has Cancer-Causing Chemicals (Ecowatch, 11/4/2013)

“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.”

Scam Alert! Are You Being Pinkwashed? (Rodale, 10/25/2013)

How average consumers can stop pinkwashing…

Dare Revlon to Go Beyond the Pink

If Revlon really cares about cancer it is time for the cosmetics giant to come clean and remove toxic chemicals from its products.