Don’t cancel your hair salon appointment just yet, but a recent study published in The FASEB Journal may have figured out to how ‘reverse’ gray hair. As in…permanently.
BPA (bisphenol-A), the controversial chemical used in hardening plastic commonly found in a variety of plastics, aluminum can liners, baby bottles and even register receipts, is now considered a reproductive toxin by the state of California.Read More:California Adds BPA to Proposition 65 Toxic Chemicals List
You were probably expecting a naked woman. But animal rights group, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals), has resorted to another shock factor in the name of helping animals: They’re hoping to gross you out. More accurately, gross out your teenager. The group has launched an anti-dairy campaign called “Got Zits?’Read More:Got Zits? PETA Hits Dairy Industry in the Face with New Campaign
After the monumental resolution passed by the EU banning the sale of any cosmetic products that have been tested on animals, a campaign initiated by the Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International has garnered major celebrity support.Read More:EU Animal Testing Ban Influences Celebrity Action in the U.S.
Animal rights activists are celebrating an historic victory this week for countless animals as the European Union has announced its intent to ban the sale of all cosmetic products tested on animals effective March 2013.Read More:The EU Permanently Bans Cruel Animal Testing Practices for All Cosmetics
After more than a year of controversy and legal battles, a California Superior Court has ordered GIB, LLC, manufacturers of Brazilian Blowout—the popular hair-straightening salon product—to be pulled from the market within the next 30 days for violations of California air quality laws.Read More:California Gives it to Brazilian Blowout Straight: Reformulate or Remove Products
Mogul millionaire Oprah Winfrey may soon be coming to dinner…or at least, to your dinner plate…and maybe your shower, too. The New York Post is reporting that Ms. Winfrey’s namesake recently filed applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Organizations for trademarks on the name “Oprah’s Organics.”Read More:Would You Buy Organic Food from Oprah?
Women who regularly use cosmetics to look younger may want to rethink that strategy as new research connects chemicals in cosmetics to an increased risk for early onset of menopause.Read More:Mascary! Make-up May Cause Early Menopause