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The Story of Cosmetics How Toxic Are Your Beauty Products? 1 day ago   08:18

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The Story of Stuff Project
The Story of Cosmetics, released on July 21st, 2010, examines the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in our everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo.

Produced with Free Range Studios and hosted by Annie Leonard, the seven-minute film by The Story of Stuff Project reveals the implications for consumer and worker health and the environment, and outlines ways we can move the industry away from hazardous chemicals and towards safer alternatives.

The film concludes with a call for viewers to support legislation aimed at ensuring the safety of cosmetics and personal care products.

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Comments 2070 Comments

Charlotte Cady
They don't care about us. Pipe dreams.
Keukeu45
maybe stop buying useless junk?
Linda Davey
I'm heading to read some labels!
T Vu
This is adam ruins everything original
Natalie Trepanier
While I agree with all this... I found that the small compagnies that sell cosmetics with organic and natural products often have very irritating product that also are armful for the skin a good exemple of this is the constant use of lavender and menthol. Lavender is a know irritent and it is also photosensitive... I try to avoid using cosmetics, but that might be to extreme for most...
TheCuriousHobbyist
2:09 "Good *luck* airlines" Clever.
MarMar LikesBunnies
WELL WHAT THE HELL AM I SUPPOSED TO DO LMAO
Sanura Moon Lifestyle
I make all my skin care from nature. Its all we need. We have to work along with our natural environment and not against it. - Thank you for raising awareness, its well needed in this world today!
The Sue Turner Band
Aren't you left a little bit curious about how nonchalantly you put products in and on your body ? I am.
Nate B
we do not need a law to make this happen, just consumer integrity.

if people continue to purchase more of the products made with production practices they support, and less of the products made with production practices they do not support, the market, motivated by profit, will continue to respond by providing an ever growing number of desirable options, and in the end everyone wins and freedom prevails.

also, isn't it more moral and ethical to just not participate in an industry you don't trust, instead of bringing down an authoritarian hammer on the entirety of a nation?
Mihnea Ciupilan
I knew it!
Terry H
I've been wondering if our beauty/hygiene products are linked to PCOS and other types of fertility issues. Almost every female I know is being diagnosed with PCOS. I know diet plays a huge role but that can't be all.
Junwen Machinery
Looks Great.
Fontoura Esteticista
muito legal
Judy Pokras
I recommend a really pure line of skin care products, SanRe Organics. And no, I am not connected with them. I just love their products because they’re made with such pure ingredients.
Judy Pokras
This is SUCH an important video. I urge everyone to ask their congress people and senators to watch it and take action immediately. #BernieSanders
susan wallace
This is sickening that we are being exposed to all these cancer causing ingredients each day!!!! THIS needs to be changed!!!
Bony Malonek
There is lots of good stuff available on the market. Who even buy the toxic cosmetics any more? The movie didn't mention important think - always buy cosmetics not tested on animals.
Rainha de Nárnia
como podemos fazer um test de toxidade do corpo?
Mrs.Jennifer Magnus-Nelson's Skincare
BY, BUY & Good BYE.
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How Toxic Are Your Beauty Products? The Story of Cosmetics 1 day ago   09:38

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There comes a point in every woman's life where she looks down at her favorite foundation or sunscreen and thinks: "I wonder what's IN this stuff?" If this hasn't happened to you yet, it's time. The "green" beauty movement is well underway and its mission--to rid the world of toxic beauty products--is a worthy one indeed. In this episode of #BeautyExperienced Anna goes on a mission to learn all about green beauty. She wants to know what is toxic and what is not and which beauty brands are actually doing it right. To start her investigation she meets up with Suzanne Hall, the editor-in-chief of the Chalkboard, a healthy living website from Pressed Juicery. She then goes on to interview Victoria Fantauzzi, the CEO of La Bella Figura Beauty and Founder of A Night For Green Beauty. Watch and see what happens.

The Never List from BeautyCounter.com:
Animal fats, oils, and musks
Benzalkonium chloride
Benzophenone and derivatives
Bisphenol A (BPA)
Butoxyethanol
BHA and BHT
Coal tar hair dyes and other coal tar ingredients
1,4-dioxane
EDTA
MEA/DEA/TEA
Formaldehyde
Hydroquinone
Methyl cellosolve
Methylisothiazolinone and methylchloroisothiazolinone
Mercury and mercury compounds
Mineral Oil
Oxybenzone
Parabens
Phthalates
Polyethylene glycol
Resorcinol
To see the rest, go to BeautyCounter.com

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