Gray is the new black!
Tell the makers of Grecian Formula and Just for Men products to stop using toxic chemicals.
Cancer-causing chemicals in shampoos? Get out!
Dollar General continues to sell children's shampoo and bubble bath containing the carcinogen cocamide DEA. Toxic products are unacceptable at any price!
This isn't pretty
The cosmetics industry’s vision of cosmetics safety reform is atrocious—and even the FDA has rejected draft legislation that, if passed, would undercut cosmetics safety.
Walgreens: At the Corner of Toxic & Unhealthy
While other major retailers are taking steps toward selling safer products, Walgreens remains an industry laggard. Tell Walgreens: no more toxic cosmetics!
VICTORY! J&J reformulated its baby products
We convinced Johnson & Johnson to phase out chemicals linked to cancer from its baby products. That commitment has become a reality.
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!
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!
Latest News & Updates
October 1, 2014 / Campaign for Safe Cosmetics Tells Procter & Gamble to Make Cosmetics Without Cancer
Popular P&G cosmetics contain carcinogens, including Cover Girl, Max Factor, Olay, and a Pantene hair product with a pink ribbon supporting breast cancer awareness. read more »
May 5, 2014 / First-Ever Legal Agreements Seek to End Use of Cancer-Causing Chemical in Shampoos
Many other companies continue to use carcinogen cocamide DEA. The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and the Center for Environmental Health call for stronger federal rules on unsafe chemicals in cosmetics read more »
April 1, 2014 / Avon Phases Out Toxic Triclosan from Cosmetics
Safe Cosmetics Advocates Urge Company to Adopt Comprehensive Chemicals Policy read more »
March 6, 2014 / FDA Rejects Cosmetics Industry’s Draft Legislation
Draft industry bill could put Americans at greater risk from cosmetic-related illness and injury than they are today read more »