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Hair treatment alert
by Courtny GerrishNBC-4 Milwaukee
May 3rd, 2011
They say beauty is pain, but a new hair smoothing treatment could be taking that to the extreme.

The new toxic threats to women's health
by Melinda Wenner-MoyerGlamour
May 1st, 2011
They're in your bathroom, your kitchen, your fridge--and mounting research hints they could be wreaking havoc on your weight, fertility and immune system.

The best and brightest hope for earth and life
by Stacy MalkanNot Just a Pretty Face
April 25th, 2011
The environment is our bodies. It is our wombs, our breast milk and our babies.

Stealth shopper sneaks "toxic" labels on deodorant
by A.K. StreeterTreehugger
April 25th, 2011
Jessica Assaf targeted Secret because it is one of the most popular deodorants used by young women in the United States today.

So, would you like formaldehyde with that hair style?
by Francesca LymanSacramento Bee
April 24th, 2011
Words like formaldehyde and formalin popped into her head, as troubling fumes wafted up from her stylist's flatiron: "It really smelled like the cadaver lab."

10 things the beauty industry won't say
by AnnaMaria AndriotisWall Street Journal SmartMoney blog
April 20th, 2011
1. "Regulated? Only lightly."

Buying tips: Safe, nontoxic lipsticks
by Emma GradyDaily Green
April 19th, 2011
When navigating the cosmetics aisle, it's hard enough finding the perfect shade of pink for your pretty pout. It gets harder still when you want to find a safe, nontoxic version that won't expose you to any potential health risks.

Health warning issued on popular hair treatment
by Eve TroehMarketplace
April 18th, 2011
The Brazilian Blowout is known in certain circles as the secret to smooth, straight hair. But recent safety concerns have tarnished the once-illustrious treatment.

Brazilian Blowup: It's time for the FDA to act
by Stacy MalkanHuffington Post
April 17th, 2011
Massive hair loss, blistered scalps, severe rashes -- you might expect such complaints to prompt a federal agency charged with protecting public health to actually do something to protect the public. Not in the good ole U.S. of A.

The health risks behind drop-dead gorgeous hair
by Michelle MillerCBS Evening News
April 15th, 2011
Chemical treatments may deliver smooth hair, but are risks like balding, scarring and formaldehyde exposure worth it?

Brazilian Blowout blow-up
by Alene DawsonLos Angeles Times' All the Rage blog
April 14th, 2011
The ongoing controversy over the celebrity-endorsed Brazilian Blowout and similar keratin hair smoothing treatments that are used to tame frizzy hair intensified this week, when U.S. health officials issued a hazard alert.

Brazilian Blowout hair straightener draws fire from authorities
by Christina JewettCalifornia Watch
April 14th, 2011
Multiple state, federal and independent advocacy watchdogs have issued alerts, investigation findings and legal filings in recent days about the hair-straightening Brazilian Blowout treatment.

Warning: Getting Your hair straightened could endanger your health
by Bryan WalshTime's Healthland blog
April 13th, 2011
Bad news for women who like to get their hair severely straightened with the popular Brazilian blowout technique la Jennifer Aniston: it may look good, but apparently it's not good for you.

Feds investigate safety of hair-smoothing product
by Matthew PerroneAssociated Press
April 12th, 2011
Federal safety regulators say a popular hair smoothing treatment called Brazilian Blowout can release unsafe levels of the chemical formaldehyde, posing a risk to hair salon workers and their customers.

Skin care: It doesn't have to be hazardous
by Marcia G. YermanEmpowHer blog
April 3rd, 2011
For a month, I sampled three different skin care lines that have no toxic chemicals.

Hurt by cosmetics? Tell the feds
Chicago Tribune
March 31st, 2011
If you've ever suffered from a rash, hair loss, infection, or other problem after using personal care products or cosmetics, the U.S. FDA wants to hear from you.

Campaign for safe cosmetics
by Good Day AtlantaFOX-5 Atlanta
March 29th, 2011

KUHF Conversations: Stacy Malkan
by Wendy SiegleKUHF-FM/NPR Houston
March 28th, 2011
The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics is hosting a seminar in Houston today to the discuss the latest research on toxic chemicals in personal care products. Stacy Malkan is co-founder of the group and one of the experts on the panel at today's seminar.

Are your cosmetics toxic?
FOX-7 Austin
March 23rd, 2011
Allison Evans tells her compelling story about how chemicals wreaked havoc with her health, and how she was able to heal.

New health hazards at salons and spas
by Virginia Sole-SmithCNN Health
March 23rd, 2011
When Alexandra Spunt went for a keratin hair treatment at a Los Angeles salon two years ago, she hoped to walk out with two months' worth of silky-straight locks.

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