See EWG’s Guide to Healthy Cleaners to evaluate the health and safety of your cleaning products.
In the United States alone, women spend well over $2 billion per year on feminine hygiene products, including tampons, pads, feminine washes, sprays, powders, and personal wipes.
About every three years, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) releases a list of known and suspected carcinogens.
A study led by researchers at UC Berkeley and Clinica de Salud del Valle de Salinas demonstrates how even a short break from certain kinds of makeup, shampoos and lotions can lead to a significant drop in levels of hormone-disrupting chemicals in the body.
The antimicrobial triclosan is in thousands of products used daily, including hand soaps, toothpastes, body wash, kitchenware, and even some toys.