A new study indicates that chemicals from personal care products may contribute to spontaneous preterm births.
New provisions from the Personal Care Products Safety Act were signed into law as part of the fiscal year 2023 government funding bill. The bipartisan legislation intends to protect consumer health and strengthen the Food and Drug Administration’s authority to ensure the safety of personal care products and their ingredients.
A study conducted by dermatologists has revealed the vast majority of skincare products labeled “natural” contain ingredients that can cause allergic reactions.
A new lawsuit alleges the personal care giants L’Oréal and four other companies sold hair relaxers to the public knowing they had a risk of causing uterine cancer.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning people about the risks of additional types of cancers in people receiving breast implants.
Banana Boat Hair & Scalp Sunscreen Spray SPF 30 has been recalled after the review revealed high benzene levels came from the propellant that sprays the product from its can. Exposure to benzene, a human carcinogen, can possibly lead to blood disorders and cancers such as leukemia.
A U.S. government National Institutes of Health study has found that pregnant women who were exposed to multiple phthalates during pregnancy had an increased risk of preterm birth.
Researchers have now identified the fragrance additives most likely to cause either immediate or delayed allergic reactions.
The results of a new scientific study have demonstrated that exposure to phthalates — a ubiquitous group of chemicals found in everything from plastics to personal care products to electronics — may disrupt an important hormone needed to sustain a healthy pregnancy.
A new study has demonstrated that triclosan can trigger problems with gut microbiome and inflammation.