Bill to restrict toxic chemicals in cosmetics inches forward
Federal Personal Care Products Safety Act(S.1014) introduced by Senators Dianne Feinstein(D-CA) and Susan Collins(R-ME) continues its slow progress through Congress. It increases the oversight of the FDA over which ingredients are allowed in cosmetic skin care products. It pits consumer advocacy groups like the Breast Cancer Research Fund, Environmental Working Group and smaller skin care companies like Organoderm against the major cosmetic conglomerates like L'Oreal
By: Organderm Skin care by Dr. Domanskis
"This is a David-versus-
This bill in its present form will affect all skin care product manufacturers by requiring them to register and disclose their ingredients. "I have always been a proponent of safety first. Without a doubt, what we put on our skin goes directly into our bloodstream. That these toxic chemicals, which are allowed presently, have been scientifically proven to interfere with development, disrupt hormones and cause disease and cancer is irrefutable,"
The United States skin care market is expected to reach 11 billion by 2018, according to Statista. "Is it worth it to continue to sacrifice health and well-being for increased profits? Join me now in contacting your representatives to urge them to support this bill, or donate to the Breast Cancer Fund through their Campaign For Safe Cosmetics, which is spearheading this effort," concluded Dr. Domanskis.
Organoderm Skin care by Dr. Domanskis
949 - 640 - 6324