Carcinogens in baby shampoo? Lotion with ingredients linked to birth defects? Skincare products should be safe. Not toxic. Supergoop! SPF 30 signed the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics in January, 2010 and has submitted full ingredient lists to the Environmental Working Group's Cosmetics database for review. Stay tuned for more as we remain fully committed to prioritizing our health and the health of our environment.
MEET HOLLY E THAGGARD, Healthy Child Healthy World Sun Safety Guest Contributor
We take very seriously our commitment to protect your family from both harmful skincare ingredients and the UV rays of the sun.
We are excited that this blog provides us the opportunity to engage in conversations about how to make smarter, sun-safe choices --including how to interpret other company decisions in order to make better choices on the products we use every day.
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Holly E. Thaggard; Recipient of American Academy of Dermatology Excellence in Sun Safety Education
Trusted Partner of Healthy Child Healthy World and National Sun Safety Guest Contributor
Supergoop! PLUS supports THE SIN LIST; (Substitute it Now!)
The SIN List consists of 356 chemicals that have been identified as Substances of Very High Concern based on the criteria established by the new EU chemical regulation, REACH. The aim of the SIN List is to provide safer alternatives to hazardous chemicals commonly found in your home.