Monthly Archives: November 2009

Dr. Bronner’s Activism Campaign Against Fake Organic Brands

Whew! Why is it so hard for us to believe? It is very disappointing to hear about so much greenwashing going on. Consumers, we have to be on our toes! Dr. Bronner’s press release: Top-selling natural soap brand Dr. Bronner’s … Continue reading

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Men and What They Think About Women Wearing Make-Up

Ok, my previous post was for the ladies. Do any men read Living in a Chemical Soup? 😉 What do you think about women wearing make-up? Do you prefer the natural look? Of course, it depends and it really is … Continue reading

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Women and Aging Chemicals: Opting out of Make-up and Redefining Normal

Today I read this headline “The average British woman “hosts” 515 chemicals on her body every day, according to a new study.” In a poll of 2,016 women, it was determined that most of the products contain tens or even … Continue reading

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Toxnet

TOXNET – US National Library of Medicine’s Databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health, and toxic releases. Visit Toxnet

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EWG Tests over 20 Cleaners used in Schools

School Cleaners Test Results EWG tested over 20 cleaners used in schools in California, and detected hundreds of air contaminants not listed as ingredients by manufacturers. Further testing shows that cleaning a model classroom using 3 widely used, certified green … Continue reading

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