Working long hours for uncertain and often substandard pay, salon workers are also exposed to highly toxic chemicals linked to respiratory ailments, cancer, miscarriage and more.
Under current law, companies are not required to report any safety concerns or product complaints they have received from customers to the FDA. The FDA needs to hear from you! And it's easier than you might think...
WTFeminineWipes! Joining WVE to take the plunge into questions on toxic chemicals in feminine wipes, I found endless frustrating issues with these seemingly harmless products.
Companies are disclosing more information than ever, making more commitments to safer and more sustainable products than ever before, and innovation is on the rise.
With the help of Women’s Voices’ Actionista team, I came up with some tips for how to reduce waste and consumption, limit exposure to harmful chemicals AND save money!
From avoiding disinfectant wipes to PVC-free school supplies, here are 4 easy steps you can take to ensure a safer, non-toxic, back-to-school for your kids.
In addition to the absurd notion that vaginas need freshening up several times a day, there are major health & environmental problems with feminine wipes.
In a time when the #blacklivesmatter movement (a non-violent, women-led movement) is calling out for basic validity of Black life, I keep returning to this question: is our work critical right now?
Taking a look at how far SC Johnson has come on the road to ingredient and fragrance disclosure and important next steps for their chemical safety screening.
State actions are still incredibly important, even with the passing of new federal Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) reform. Guest post by Clean & Healthy NY.