In addition to the online report, the Ecology Center’s cooking and baking pan test results are now included in the free Chrome Extension and Mobile App to provide consumers seamless access to the information while shopping online at Amazon, Walmart and other retailers. Clearya notifies the user when there are unsafe ingredients in makeup, personal care, baby care, cleaning and other products while shopping.

How It Works

When you shop online at Amazon, Sephora, iHerb and Walmart on your computer or mobile phone, Clearya automatically analyzes the product ingredient list published by the retailer. Clearya verifies that the product’s listed ingredients are not toxic by matching them to thousands of harmful chemicals identified by scientists and regulators. Clearya’s sources include authoritative hazard lists by the European cosmetics regulation, California EPA, US Dept. of Health, and others.

Clearya notifies you immediately when a chemical of concern is spotted so you can consider switching to products with safer ingredients instead. 

In addition, Clearya now flags certain cookware and bakeware while shopping online, in case their coating tested positive for PFAS or BPA according to the Ecology Center report.

 

 

         
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