Without transparency, we can't ensure systems companies use to determine product safety are adequate and protecting our health. Same goes for government.
On October 13, 2015 our women’s rally at Procter and Gamble's headquarters moved the world's largest consumer products corporation to began voluntarily listing some ingredients in Tampax tampons and Always pads. This is a victory for women everywhere. Learn more!
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.
Whether it's beer, food, cosmetics, cleaning or personal care products, we deserve the right to know what's in the products we put in, or on, our bodies.
The lesson here is that we need mandatory ingredient disclosure through the passage of legislation that requires ALL companies to disclose in a uniform manner. Standardized disclosure will make it easier for buyers to find ingredient information, no matter the brand.
Women’s Voices for the Earth supports the recently introduced Cleaning Product Right to Know Act sponsored by New York Congressman Steve Israel (D-Huntington). The legislation requires ingredient labeling for household and institutional cleaning products. Under current U.S. law, cleaning products are not required to disclose ingredients.
Lots to like about P&G's updated fragrance ingredient palette, but they don't provide details on why they decided to remove some toxic chemicals from their fragrance palette while choosing to keep others.