There's a long way to go when it comes to creating a more transparent cosmetics industry.
Natural beauty brands and retailers can't seem to agree on whether the ultra-popular anti-ager is safe.
According to the Environmental Working Group's 2019 rankings.
It was created by a former beauty editor who couldn't find a brand that was clean, effective, affordable and well-designed.
An investigation of the alarmist misconceptions that clean beauty brands perpetuate most.
With its next-level emphasis on safety and sustainability, Henry Rose isn't your typical celebrity perfume.
Several brands are aiming to correct the murkiness that continues to plague the market.
Here's to protecting your skin and Mother Nature at the same time.
Sunscreen is a no-brainer in the summertime. Or is it? We’ve talked to dermatologists about sunscreens and how to choose one, but the conversation is decidedly more complex than that. The Environmental Working Group (EWG), a lobbying group and think tank, stays on top of environmental concerns. It’s not a huge fan of sunscreens (though they acknowledge that they’re necessary), and just released its annual sunscreen report. They profiled over 1,700 products and claim that 80% of these aren’t safe.