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Maybe She's Born With It... Maybe It's In Her Moisturizer
by Virginia Sole-SmithPlanet Green
April 8th, 2010
A new study links phthalates and other cosmetic chemicals to early puberty.

FDA says studies on triclosan, used in sanitizers and soaps, raise concerns
by Lyndsey LaytonWashington Post
April 8th, 2010
The Food and Drug Administration said recent research raises "valid concerns" about the possible health effects of triclosan, an antibacterial chemical.

Concerned About Toxins? Attend This Webinar April 6th!
Cinco Vidas blog
April 2nd, 2010
There's a new book out that a lot of people are talking about, called Slow Death By Rubber Duck.

Feminist Blog Carnival No. 16: Beauty Edition!
Beauty Schooled blog
March 31st, 2010
Featuring many awesome blog posts on working in the beauty business, accepting your body, beauty advertising and more, including submissions from Campaign staff Stacy Malkan and Jamie Silberberger.

Report: Cosmetic Products Contain High Levels of Toxic Chemicals
by Tom PorterMaine Public Broadcasting Network
March 31st, 2010
Many everyday skincare products contain dangerous levels of toxic chemicals: That's the conclusion of a report released today by a group of Maine-based activists. (Listen to the broadcast.)

Sparse regulations a concern for cosmetics users
by Abby LubyPoughkeepsie Journal
March 28th, 2010
Even though skin products are absorbed into the body, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has no authority to restrict dangerous ingredients or approve a skin product before it hits store shelves.

Why We Must Protect Nail Salon Workers From the Toxic Trio
by Jamie SilberbergerAFA blog
March 21st, 2010
I admit it. I love going to the salon to get my nails done...I never considered that the nail polish, remover, and other solutions the technician is using may be harmful to their health.

Saving face
by Alexia Elejalde-RuizChicago Tribune
March 14th, 2010
Don't let your cosmetics cause health problems. How to spot ingredients that may irritate.

What's In Your Beauty Products?
by Tamar MyersThe Southerner - South Senior High School
March 9th, 2010
Chemicals found in ordinary personal care products have been shown to cause serious health problems. Motivated by these disturbing facts, science teacher Michelle Spanglerís physical science classes did a public awareness project about chemicals in cosmetics.

The cost of beauty: Most personal-care products are toxic
by Nancy UtterDurango Herald News
March 9th, 2010
Is beauty only skin deep? Maybe, but the creams, lotions and shampoos we put on our skin daily go deeper than the skin and into our bloodstream and organs.

Do Toxins Cause Autism?
by Nicholas D. KristofNew York Times
February 25th, 2010
Over recent decades, other development disorders also appear to have proliferated, along with certain cancers in children and adults. Why?

Saving our skin
by Joanne FurioSan Francisco Magazine
February 24th, 2010
The vast growth of the natural beauty industry came as Amer≠icans began to ask about their skincare products what they had already asked about their food: Where does it come from? How is it made? What are the ingredients, and are they safe?

Women push for regulation of cosmetic chemicals
by Amy CalderKennebec Journal
February 22nd, 2010
The young women want more government regulation of the chemicals in their shampoo, lotions, cosmetics and other personal care products.

Colorado proposes ban on cosmetics it claims cause cancer
by Katie
February 22nd, 2010
Colorado senators are calling on the state to crackdown on 'cancer-causing' chemicals in personal care products.

Women's Group Putting Cosmetics On Trial
by Rob PoindexterWABI-TV Maine
February 21st, 2010
A group of young women in Waterville say they're concerned about what's actually in their personal care products, and now they're asking a lab in Portland to help them find out.

Children more likely to have attention, behavioral problems when exposed to phthalates in womb
by Marla ConeEnvironmental Health News
January 29th, 2010
Children exposed in the womb to chemicals in cosmetics and fragrances are more likely to develop behavioral problems commonly found in children with attention deficit disorders.

Sumbody founder reads into skin care labels
by Noelle RobbinsSan Francisco Chronicle
January 24th, 2010
She knows there are ingredients in dozens of body products that are perfectly safe and healthy for most people, yet many products, with labels claiming "natural" and "organic" are, in fact, what she calls Vitamin J - junky, dangerous chemicals she believes are potentially poisoning us and polluting the planet.

The Parabens Debate
My Beauty Bunny blog
January 22nd, 2010
There continue to be different viewpoints about the potential health risks associated with parabens in beauty products.

Beauty, naturally
by Eleanor PierceBend Bulletin
What's trendier these days than going green? Not much, it seems... The makeup and cosmetics counter certainly isn't immune from the trend.

Read baby-product labels closely
by Kathleen Green, special contributorDallas Morning News
January 5th, 2010
Parents might want to think carefully about their baby's next bath, anti-chemical groups say: Sweet-smelling soap and shampoo products may contain dangerous substances.

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