Safe Cosmetics

Safe Cosmetics

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Official account of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics. Protecting health via corporate/regulatory/legislative reform to remove toxic chemicals from cosmetics.
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L'Oréal Paris honor breast cancer survivors. Don't make cosmetics contaminated with chemicals linked to breast cancer! #safecosmetics #breastcancer

Don't make cosmetics contaminated with chemicals linked to breast cancer!

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Did you know that “fragrance” in your products can contain 120 individual chemicals, none of which have to be labeled? Tell AXE and Unilever to help by disclosing what ingredients they use!

Did you know that “fragrance” in your products can contain 120 individual chemicals, none of which have to be labeled? Tell AXE and Unilever to help #FindYourMagic by disclosing what ingredients they use!

Did you know that “fragrance” in your products can contain 120 individual chemicals, none of which have to be labeled? Tell AXE and Unilever to help by disclosing what ingredients they use!

The word "natural" has no regulatory meaning on cosmetic products. Be sure to use Think Dirty to find #safecosmetics.

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics works to eliminate dangerous chemicals linked to adverse health impacts from cosmetics and personal care products.

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Chemical linked to breast cancer found in popular anti-aging skin care products - Campaign for Safe Cosmetics www.

Do you have ethanolamine in your favorite beauty products?

Diethanolamine (DEA) is a type of ethanolamines, chemicals widely used in cosmetics. The European Union prohibits DEA in cosmetics due to concerns about formation of carcinogenic nitrosamines.

Share if you agree and tag anyone that needs to #rethinkthepink.

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics works to eliminate dangerous chemicals linked to adverse health impacts from cosmetics and personal care products.

Would you put Teflon on your face? Did you know some L’Oréal anti-aging creams and face powders use the same chemical that creates a nonstick surface on some cookware to create a smooth finish to makeups and lotions?

L'Oréal Paris, ditch toxic chemicals linked to breast cancer lurking in anti-aging products!

1,4-dioxane, a carcinogen linked to organ toxicity, may be found in many of the products you use, but you won’t find it as an ingredient on product labels. That’s because 1,4-dioxane is a contaminant created when common ingredients react to form the compound when mixed together. #safecosmetics #makeup #cleanliving #makeuptutorial #makeupartist

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics works to eliminate dangerous chemicals linked to adverse health impacts from cosmetics and personal care products.

Get the facts here:  and here: http://www.safecosmetics.org/article.php?id=290 #safecosmetics #puberty #makeup

When it comes to exposures to some chemicals, scientists increasingly discuss ideas such as “timing of exposure” or “windows of susceptibility” during development when the body is especially sensitive to exposures.

Learn about the top ingredients to avoid, based on the Science. #buyerbeware #safecosmetics #prevention #makeuptutorial

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics works to eliminate dangerous chemicals linked to adverse health impacts from cosmetics and personal care products.