Personal Care Products
Did you know that there are thousands of chemicals in everything from lipstick and lotion to shampoo and shaving cream? Some of these chemicals are linked to breast cancer, hormone disruption, infertility and birth defects.
BCPP’s Campaign for Safe Cosmetics has worked to get toxic chemicals out of cosmetics and personal care products since 2004.
All of us are exposed to toxic chemicals through our everyday use of personal care products. Learn about chemicals linked to breast cancer in these products.
The word fragrance on a personal care product label can mask countless carcinogens and hormone disrupting chemicals that increase breast cancer risk.
What’s happening in policy
Personal care products is an $84 billion industry, yet remains one of the least regulated in the United States. BCPP is vigorously pursuing health-protective cosmetic safety legislation at both the state and federal level.
The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics, a project of BCPP, is a national coalition of women’s health, environmental health and justice, consumer rights groups and forward-thinking cosmetics companies.
Go to SafeCosmetics.org
BCPP’s Campaign for Safe Cosmetics works with more than 150 non-profit allies, over 1100 cosmetics companies, and tens of thousands of individuals to clean up the beauty industry.
Alaska Community Action on Toxics, Black Women for Wellness, Breast Cancer Action, California Healthy Nail Salon Collaborative, Center for Environmental Health, Clean Water Action, Keep A Breast and/or Non Toxic Revolution, Learning Disabilities Association of America, Mind the Store, National Caucus of Environmental Legislators, National Hair and Nail Salon Alliance, North Carolina Conservation Network, SAFER States, Savvy Women’s Alliance, Toxic-Free Future, Turning Green, US PIRG, Vermont Conservation Voters, Women for a Healthy Environment, Women’s Voices for the Earth
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