How we can make all beauty "clean" - Deepstash

Bite-sized knowledge

to upgrade

your career

Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.

How we can make all beauty "clean"

Various scandals have come to light over the years, but the FDA doesn't have the authority to intervene in personal products. Johnson & Johnson knew for over 40 years that their talc baby powder contained asbestos. If shampoo causes people's hair to fall out, the company doesn't have to share that information.

Any company can call itself "clean." It becomes a question of why anyone cannot simply walk into a store to buy a safe product.

STASHED IN:

2

MORE IDEAS FROM THE SAME ARTICLE

There is no uniform meaning of "clean beauty" and no rules regulating it, which means that one company will define clean beauty differently from another company.

Some of the ingredients in personal care products are not ideal.

People have always believed that beauty products are safe because they could buy them at the store. Yet, additives like long-chain carbons (PFAS), phthalates, and triclosan can disrupt hormones, and formaldehyde found in shampoos and keratin treatments is carcinogenic

1 Reaction

Comment

It's time to

READ

LIKE

A PRO!

Jump-start your

reading habits

, gather your

knowledge

,

remember what you read

and stay ahead of the crowd!

Takes just 5 minutes a day.


TRY THE DEEPSTASH APP

+2M Installs

4.7 App Score