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"Major loopholes in U.S. federal law allow the $50 billion cosmetics industry to put unlimited amounts of chemicals into personal care products with no required testing, no monitoring of health effects and inadequate labeling requirements. In fact, cosmetics are among the least-regulated products on the market. This section explores what's being done to change the broken U.S. system, and how other countries are leading the way in smarter laws that protect their citizens."

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Campaign for Safe Cosmetics lists the companies that met all of the Compact for Safe Cosmetics compliance requirements. Yes, you will find #MarieVeronique #Skincare ... http://marieveronique.com/

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Boo! Happy Halloween, everyone! Here are some not so scary face paint recipes for all the trick-or-treaters out there. via Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

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SafeCosmetics.org--There are horrible chemicals in our cosmetics, most recently in the news it has been brought to attention that Johnson's Baby Shampoo has chemicals that can cause cancer.

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Parabens are added to skin care and other comestic products to prevent microbial growth. They are most commonly found in products that contain a lot of water (like lotions). Parabens have been found to disrupt normal hormone function, and we can't think of one good reason to put them in our products. Parabens are definitely something you will NOT find in our hand moisturizer.

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Choose Safe Cosmetics - reduce your risk of breast cancer by avoiding these top offender chemicals found in many common cosmetics. Gross.

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Super Cosmetic Pouch, Emerald

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