Last Updated (Wednesday, 14 March 2012 13:33)
The Personal Care Products Council said a study by the Silent Spring Institute that claims to have found "harmful chemicals" in a wide range of household products again demonstrates the group's lack of understanding of safety science. Equating the mere presence of certain chemicals in products with potential harm is wrong and needlessly scares consumers about products formulated with ingredients that have a wealth of scientific data to support their safety.
The study, titled "Endocrine Disruptors and Asthma-Associated Chemicals in Consumer Products," is currently published in the journal, Environmental Health Perspectives.
Last Updated (Wednesday, 07 March 2012 12:23)
Aviva Labs, Inc. a global professional sunless tanning products manufacturer is proud to announce the launch of The City Tan™ Collection: the world's first 30-Minute Wash-Off Tan™.
This new lineup of sunless tanning products for the tanning salon, spa and mobile spray tanning markets allow the user to shower after 30 minutes (most sunless tanning solutions require waiting 8 hours before showering). The collection consists of three formulas: Hollywood, Miami and Vegas.
Last Updated (Friday, 03 February 2012 14:07)
As Shiseido Co., Ltd. celebrates its 140th anniversary, the company announced that it has signed Academy Award-winning actress, Jennifer Connelly, who previously represented the company in Asia. Connelly will be the namesake brand's global spokesperson and face of its premium skincare line Future Solution LX. Connelly's first advertising campaign as global spokesperson will debut this fall.
"I am honored to be working with Shiseido again and to be representing the Future Solution LX line globally," said Jennifer Connelly. "Like Shiseido, I believe it is important to prepare now for our future well being. I look forward to sharing my journey with Future Solution LX with women worldwide."
Last Updated (Wednesday, 01 February 2012 22:20)
California's Attorney General announced that the company behind the popular line of hair-straightening products Brazilian Blowout has agreed to alert consumers that two of their products emit formaldehyde gas, a possible carcinogen. Bottles of Brazilian Blowout will no longer be labeled as "formaldehyde-free".
The labeling changes are in part an attempt to settle a lawsuit the state filed in November against the company that makes Brazilian Blowout products.
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