Tell Revlon to Care About Your Health!
Revlon claims to care about breast cancer causes. Tell Revlon if it really cares, stop selling products with cancer-causing chemicals!
VICTORY! Walmart to remove toxics storewide!
Walmart announces decision to stop selling cosmetics containing a hit list of toxic chemicals. This news is expected to send shock waves throughout the marketplace.
Safe Cosmetics Week of Action is here!
Tell Target to clean up its beauty aisle by making safe cosmetics a storewide priority. Get the action kit and head to Target this week!
Tell Walgreens to keep all babies safe
Demand that Walgreens make ALL of its private-label baby products safe by getting rid of formaldehyde-releasing chemicals!
Tell Congress We Want Safe Cosmetics!
Ask your Representative to keep you and your family safe from harmful chemicals by co-sponsoring the Safe Cosmetics & Personal Care Products Act.
When it comes to safe cosmetics, some retail stores are leading the way and some are falling behind. Demand they all take your health seriously!
VICTORY! J&J Removing Toxics Globally!
Prompted by the Campaign, cosmetics giant Johnson & Johnson announced it will be removing carcinogens and other toxic chemicals from all products globally.
Latest News & Updates
November 1, 2013 / Revlon Threatens Legal Action in Attempt to Silence Consumers about Toxic Chemicals in its Cosmetics
Over 45k Join Breast Cancer Survivors in Demanding Revlon Drop Cancer-Causing Chemicals from its Products read more »
October 25, 2013 / Revlon Under Fire for Cancer-Causing Chemicals in Makeup
Women's and Breast Cancer Groups Join Forces to Demand Revlon Stop Putting Cancer-Causing Chemicals in Cosmetics read more »
October 16, 2013 / Target Focuses Bullís-eye on Chemicals in Products: Launches New Standard to Promote Ingredient Safety and Disclosure
Consumer Demand for Safer Personal Care Products Driving Major Changes for Nation's Retailers read more »
October 9, 2013 / Women Take on Cosmetics Industry
It began more than a decade ago with four women who wondered whether the hair spray, perfume and shampoo they were using every day were safe. This bootstrap effort grew into the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a national movement that has transformed ... read more »