It’s been 38 years since Congress acted to protect our families from toxic chemicals, it’s time for a change.
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A new report from NRDC highlights which furniture retailers have started to move away from toxic flame retardants. While progress has thus far been slow, more momentum for market and policy changes are on the horizon.
I just moved coast to coast to start a new adventure working for a safe beauty cosmetics company. Find out about my journey from Washington D.C. to Santa Monica, California!
I break down the skinny on toxic chemical in conventional laundry detergents, dry cleaning and safer alternatives. Including a DIY non-toxic laundry detergent!
Discussions around vaccine safety have resorted to online fist fights. A nuanced discussion of how we can we protect public health from infectious disease and make vaccines safer.
Last week I wrote about why ingredients used in cosmetics, 80% in fact, are untested and virtually unregulated. Our federal laws on toxic chemicals are clearly broken, but there are many companies making non-toxic beauty products. Here’s a brief overview of the issue and most important, what can we buy that’s safer? Are there hazardous chemicals found […]
The ingredients used in the products we rub on our skin, dab around our eyes, spray on our bodies, and massage into our scalp are—for the most part—unregulated. There isn’t a federal agency in charge of checking to make sure that these chemicals and finished beauty products are safe for long or short term use. In fact, approximately 80% of […]