Skin care and beauty products are some of the least-regulated consumer products on the market.
Consider this: The last time Congress passed a major law to regulate cosmetic ingredients was in 1938. The United States has only partially restricted 11 ingredients from use in the beauty industry; the European Union has banned nearly 1,400. It’s safe to say we’re dangerously behind the times.
Some say it’s a radical move for a company to ask Congress to regulate the very industry in which it operates. We think it’s the right thing to do.
Take action and email Congress today — and feel free to add a personal note explaining why you care about this issue!