25 Oct '13, 5pm

Are cosmetics companies deliberately sabotaging your health and safety?

Are cosmetics companies deliberately sabotaging your health and safety?

The future of cosmetics in the United States may not be as safe as hoped. The Personal Care Products Council, which includes some of the world’s biggest cosmetic makers, has changed their mind on a cosmetic safety deal with the Food and Drug Administration. Instead, the cosmetic manufacturers under the PCPC are pushing for a single national standard, that would be more lax, and let some unsafe toxics and chemicals remain in some cosmetics at the discretion of the manufacturer.

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/cosmetics-makers-back-off-fda-pl...

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