Photo credit: yearofthegurl In my last post about giving green gifts, I suggested homemade bodycare products as a great gift. As an update to that, here are some recipes and suggestions to help get you started! The wonderful thing about … Continue reading
Though the US may not regulate the cosmetics industry as rigorously as Europe, things are moving in the right direction. On November 5th the USDA National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) voted 12 to 1 in favor of heavier scrutiny by … Continue reading
Photo credit: x-ray delta one Our society is suffering from estrogen overload. No, I’m not referring to Sex and The City reruns—estrogen overload refers to the increasing amount of estrogen in our environment, our food and our bodies. “Good” Estrogen … Continue reading
Photo credit: gcardinal With everyone going green these days it is often hard for consumers to distinguish a product that is truly safe from one that is just making that claim. It is perfectly legal, and often practiced, to use … Continue reading
Photo credit: jurvetson Advocates for safety in cosmetics have long been hoping for some good news on the regulation of cosmetics by the U.S. government. With standards in the U.S. being very loose and under regulated as compared to those … Continue reading
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