|What's Procter & Gamble Really Doing About Breast Cancer?|
P&G is donating money for breast cancer detection. But what about the chemicals in its cosmetics that are linked to the disease?
|Ask Bath & Body Works to Clean Up Triclosan|
This retailer's antibacterial soaps and lotions are marketed to developing young girls and teens...yet they contain the toxic pesticide triclosan.
|Don't Greenwash Me! Sign the Petition|
Some cosmetics companies treat every day like April Fool's Day. Tell them you're tired of greenwashing - you want truly natural and safe products!
|Take the Triclosan-Free Pledge!|
Stand up against this nasty chemical and pledge to go triclosan-free.
|Tell Estee Lauder: Pinkwashing Can't Prevent Breast Cancer|
Estee Lauder, the company behind the creation of the pink ribbon, needs to make a real commitment to women’s health by eliminating carcinogens and hormone disruptors from all of its products.
|Pinkwashing Can't Prevent Breast Cancer|
Ask Estee Lauder to make a real commitment to women's health: stop using chemicals linked to cancer.
|Ask Abercrombie & Fitch to Stop Spraying|
Join our social media blitz on A&F, asking the retailer to stop spritzing shoppers and stores with cologne.
|Sign the Petition for Safe Celebrity Fragrances|
There's nothing sexy about hidden toxins in perfume!
|Can Walmart Help Us Stop Pesticide Use in Hand Soap?|
Did you know that a pesticide called triclosan has been found in 76% of hand soaps? We're asking Walmart to change the market.
|Ask Congress to Protect Pregnant Women|
Pregnant women's bodies are polluted with chemicals found in consumer products – including cosmetics.
|Ask FDA to Regulate Use of Nanoparticles in Cosmetics|
Sunscreen, that must-have accessory for warding off skin cancer, might be exposing you to a new danger: the health risks from nanoparticles in the lotion. Not only are nanoparticles untested, they're usually not on the label, either.
|Men's Products Risky, Too|
Don't think men use cosmetics? Think again. Aftershave, shampoo and cologne are cosmetics. And just like personal care products marketed to women and kids, men's products are not regulated by the U.S. FDA.
|Scents and Bubbles Mask Toxic Chemicals in Herbal Essences|
With a name like “Herbal Essences” one might think that these products contain natural ingredients, but the brand uses fragrance, sodium laureth sulfate and other chemicals linked to cancer and reproductive problems in its body wash, shampoo and conditioner.