|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.