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BCPP Safer Beauty Bill Package

Pass the Safer Beauty Bill Package:

We all deserve access to personal care and beauty products that are free from cancer-causing and other harmful chemicals, no matter where we live, work, or shop. These 4 bills aim to make beauty and personal care products safer for all. And, we need your help to make this bill package a priority for Congress! 

Toxic Free Beauty Act Ban 11 of the most toxic chemicals on the planet from beauty and personal care products sold in the U.S. Authored by Reps. Schakowsky and Fletcher.

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Cosmetic Fragrance and Flavor Ingredient Right to Know Act Require the disclosure of the secret, unlabeled fragrance and flavor chemicals in personal care products that are toxic to human health and the environment. Authored by Reps. Schakowsky and Matsui.

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Cosmetic Safety for Communities of Color and Professional Salon Workers Act of 2021 Create cosmetic safety protections for these two vulnerable populations who are most at risk of unsafe exposures because of toxic chemicals in the products marketed to them or commonly found in their workplaces. Authored by Reps. Schakowsky and Blunt-Rochester.

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Cosmetic Supply Chain Transparency Act Requires upstream suppliers to provide ingredient disclosure and safety data to cosmetic companies so that the companies have the information they need to make safer products. Authored by Rep. Schakowsky.

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Victory! Johnson & Johnson to stop global sales of its cancer-causing talc-based baby powder

We are proud to announce Johnson & Johnson finally committed to fully removing its talc-based baby powder from the global market and end the company’s targeted marketing to Black women and other historically marginalized communities. This campaign, led by Black Women for Wellness, was coordinated in partnership with over 200 organizations from around the globe. Women everywhere, especially women of color, are concerned about possible asbestos contamination in talc and the talc-ovarian cancer link. Thanks to your action and the efforts of so many around the world, J&J will stop gambling with women’s health.   

Toxic Talc Baby Powder Johnson and Johnson Victory

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