Campaign for Safe Cosmetics

Posted on October 12th, 2009 by Gina


The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics has issued the second-in-a-series video in their education campaign about personal care products.  Their message is that some of the products we use each day may contain synthetic chemicals we are unaware of.  Because the federal government either lacks the authority or the inclination to legislate labeling in cosmetics, consumers aren’t given the information they need to make informed decisions.

Watch the video and go to to get involved in their efforts.

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150BC Romans use yellow eye shadow.

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