Many “formaldehyde-free” hair straighteners do not technically contain formaldehyde, but contain other chemicals that release formaldehyde under high heat, necessary in order for these straightening treatments to work.
Kroger and Albertsons are food industry leaders who have the power and a moral responsibility to get toxic chemicals like BPA out of food packaging. Take Action!
The youngest of my three children, Brandon, has an unusual medical condition that has greatly affected his life. He has a severe, life-threatening allergy to the chemicals (fragrance) used in Axe Body Spray.
Until we have 100% full fragrance ingredient disclosure, and until we know those ingredients are safe, we can reduce our exposure to toxic chemicals in fragrance by choosing fragrance-free options when available. Take the pledge today!
Tell members of the Senate HELP that while you want them to make this bill a priority, but amendments must be made to ensure true protections for the public.
Tell SC Johnson it needs to improve its toxic chemical screening process if it wants to regain your trust.
We need sufficient research to understand the impact chemicals in feminine care products are having on our health!
Please join us in asking the FDA to use its authority to seize toxic hair-straightening products and to ban formaldehyde from cosmetics, as many other countries have already done.