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EWG TIPS HOW TO READ PERSONAL CARE PRODUCT LABELS

Ever looked at the labels on your shampoos, moisturizers and cosmetics? Do you really know what chemicals you're putting on your body?

Most Americans use about 10 personal care products a day. And they think that the government is making sure these products are safe - but the scary truth is, it's not. That's why Environmental Working Group scientists have put together easy-to-use tips on how to read labels on personal care products. (SanRe loves EWG!)

Check out the new video featuring EWG's Senior Analyst Nneka Leiba on what to watch out for before you buy.

Click here to watch the video and get simple tips on how to read personal care product labels.

Some products have major safety concerns - skip those likely to contain dangerous chemicals, such as:

  • Hair straighteners
  • Loose powders
  • Perfumes
  • Dark permanent hair dyes
  • Skin lighteners
  • Products with "fragrance" listed as an ingredient
  • Ingredients that have harmful contaminants, including: 
    • DMDM hydantoin
    • Diazolidinyl urea
    • Imidazolidinyl urea
    • Ceteareth
    • Polyethylene glycol
    • PEG

EWG is committed to helping you live healthier and greener all year long. Keep checking your inbox for brand-new tips every month.

Complete Article BY : Environmental Working Group (EWG) - www.ewg.org/

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