PLEAD TO WITHDRAW PROHIBITED CHEMICALS FROM THE COSMETIC MARKET

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This discussion topic has been automatically created of petition PLEAD TO WITHDRAW PROHIBITED CHEMICALS FROM THE COSMETIC MARKET.


Guest

#1

2016-04-13 10:17

To stop cosmetic industry adding harmful chemicals to cosmetics

Guest

#2

2016-04-15 09:36

I feel it's important to protect customer health

Guest

#3

2016-04-17 18:29

I signed this petition 'cause we need healthier environment to live in and we need to stop poisoning ourselves with unhealty products. We need to know what we use in daily basics. I also know that big companies have the money and information for consumers but they just really don't care what they sell.

Guest

#4

2016-04-17 19:49

Too many harmful chemicals in this world.

Guest

#5

2016-04-20 08:33

Consumer safety is a very important issue. It is priority number one for me!

Guest

#6

2016-05-23 09:13

I suffer from allergies, so this is very important in my everyday life.

Guest

#7

2016-08-27 14:21

Good life and chirlden helty

Guest

#8

2016-09-16 14:36

I had skin cancer and after that I have been more aware of what I put into my skin.

Guest

#9

2016-09-16 20:14

Safetiness of cosmethics is important, as skin is our biggest organ and usually this fact is not knowledged properly as unsafe chemicals are used in too many products(even the ones for kids).

Guest

#10

2016-09-17 06:47

Products must be safe! People should be able trust that they are not being sold poisons. Outrageous that this sort of thing can be overlooked. Society pays a high price in the end. Sad.

Guest

#11

2016-09-22 17:56

Support a good matter


Guest

#12

2016-10-09 13:05

I am concerned about the chemical build up we are having to deal with in our daily lives. It is almost impossible to be not exposed to the unnecessary chemicals and I think it is immoral to manufacture and sell products with known harmful substances to the unaware consumer.

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