WVE's new report found toxic chemicals linked to reproductive and environmental harm in a number of cleaning products that market themselves as "green" including, Method and Ms. Meyers.
In 2020, CIR’s Expert Panel for Cosmetic Safety made a number of decisions that were not in the interest of public health. But we did get their attention on a few important safety issues. Learn more.
We all deserve safe, healthy products. Check out WVE's best practices for donating + tips on how to have a more sustainable gift-giving season!
The law in California will help pave the way for cosmetic safety reform on the national level and will directly impact the safety of products used by salon workers.
Foggers, misters and electrostatic sprayers are not the solutions we need to protect health and reduce illness -- rather they seem to do little more than increase exposure to harmful chemicals.
AB 2762 bans the use of a number of toxic chemicals in cosmetics and professional salon products by 2025, including the carcinogen formaldehyde.
Last week, two bills were signed into law in California that will make cosmetics safer AND increase disclosure of ingredients in fragrance.
In 2017, WVE identified 28 baby powder products that contained talc. In 2020 we went back to those 28 products to find out what had changed. In short, a lot.
We know you want to keep your family safe from COVID-19, but also safe from toxic chemicals. Get answers on safer disinfectants, which ingredients to avoid, and other solutions to protect your health.
Some PFAS remain in the human body for years and studies suggest exposure is associated with cancer, liver damage, and immune suppression.