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  1. Green Cleaning

    ... up, including DEHP (19 ppm), a phthalate banned in European cosmetics for its mutagenic properties and flagged by the U.S. EPA as a ... even though some manufacturers maintain the chemicals are safe. With full ingredient disclosure on cleaning labels, consumers can decide ...

  2. Disrupted Development, Part Two: Protection Against Endocrine Disruptors

    ... you with both. Lobby for health From the Safe Chemicals and Safe Cosmetics Acts of 2011 to various state bills such as Michigan’s effort to ...

  3. Healthy Living Dictionary: A-D

    ... and prostate cancer Source: National Workgroup for Safe Markets,  No Silver Lining, An Investigation into Bisphenol A in ... products we use. Paints and varnishes, gasoline, glues, cosmetics, clothes dry-cleaned with solvents, plastic food containers, and home ...

  4. Phthalates: Toxic Chemicals in Vinyl Plastic

    ... The EU has also banned the use of DEHP, BBP, and DBP in cosmetics. In 2008, Congress directed the Consumer Product Safety ... is unavoidable, two bio-based products – Grindsted Soft-n-Safe (COMGHA) and Polysorb ID 37 (Isosorbide diesters) – are well studied, ...

  5. Lead Poisoning Facts

    ... that is harmful, particularly to young children. There is no safe amount of lead in the body. Although banned or restricted, lead ... pipes, pottery, plastic, vinyl, roofing materials and some cosmetics. Lead is also often present in soil, on or inside houses ...

  6. Cleaning Products’ “Dirty Secrets”

    ... up, including DEHP (19 ppm), a phthalate banned in European cosmetics for its mutagenic properties and flagged by the U.S. EPA as a ... even though some manufacturers maintain the chemicals are safe. With full ingredient disclosure on cleaning labels, consumers can decide ...

  7. Healthy Living Dictionary: S-Z

    ... Beds, Around Patios, Walkways, Fence Lines and Driveways. Safe for treating weeds between crops, but don’t spray the crops ... acne medicines, detergents, dish washing liquids, cosmetics and anti-microbial creams, lotions and hand soaps. Triclosan, as an ... fluids and carbonless copy paper, graphics and craft materials including glues and adhesives, permanent markers, and photographic ...

  8. Disrupted Development, Part One: Endocrine Disruptors and Our Health

    ... and the laws and regulations that could keep our children safe from them. Parents are delighted and amazed to see their ... flame retardants, toys, and cosmetics. The prevalence of these compounds in consumers’ ...

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