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Cleaning Up Chemicals in Herbal Essences Shampoos

Thanks to our friends at the Mother Nature Network for this great information on Proctor & Gamble shampoos. They are reporting that the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics says 18 shampoos in the Herbal Essences line will be reformulated to reduce levels of a cancer-causing chemical called 1,4-dioxane.

The founder of the Green Patriot Working Group (GPWG) tested the product and found levels of the chemical that violate California’s Proposition 65, the toxic enforcement act- – so P&G agreed to reformulate the recipe.

MNN reports P&G has been working hard on sustainability and does not test beauty and grooming products or individual ingredients on animals. Although, P&G has more work to do on eliminating potentially harmful ingredients from products. Hello Hydration, by Herbal essences contains additional ingredients that considered potentially dangerous.


“Cleaning Up Chemicals in Herbal Essences Shampoos”