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Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

TRENTON, N.J. -- More than 400 companies selling cosmetic and other personal care products have removed potentially hazardous chemicals from them, after a seven-year campaign by a large coalition of consumer, health and environmental groups. The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics recently said that those companies - all fairly small and in the industry's "natural products" niche - have met all or nearly all of its goals to make items from soaps and shampoos to cosmetics and aromatherapy safer for U.S. consumers.
The coalition of about 150 groups worked with the companies...

Brazillian Blow outs present Health Risks

Brazilian Blowouts present health risks!

Here is an article from one of my cosmetic groups that I monitor... Please read closely. I do not want any of you to risk your health for looks, there are always safer options;

Congressional Leaders Urge FDA for Quick Action against Toxic Hair Treatments

Nothing frizzes up hair like summer's heat and humidity. So when keratin-based hair straighteners like Brazilian Blowout made their way up from South America, they seemed like the answer for women who are willing to pay hundreds of dollars for a smooth do.

But at least 10 members...