What's Inside? That Counts

There is increasing evidence that our personal care products — the soaps, shampoos, creams, toothpastes and deodorants we use each day — contain harmful chemicals. This includes ingredients with suspected links to environmental and health problems, such as cancer, reproductive disorders, asthma and severe allergies. Why are these toxic chemicals in our products, and what can be done to improve the regulation of toxic ingredients? Read more in our most recent investigative report, What's Inside? That Counts or check out the articles below.

Photo: What's Inside? That Counts: A survey of toxic ingredients in our cosmetics

What's Inside? That Counts: A survey of toxic ingredients in our cosmetics

Earlier this year, the David Suzuki Foundation invited Canadians to pu... Read more »

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Hazards are hiding in fragranced consumer products

They're everywhere: air fresheners, scented soaps, hand sanitizers, la... Read more »

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FAQs about chemicals in cosmetics

What can consumers do to encourage cosmetic manufacturers to switch to... Read more »

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Go fragrance-free

What you can do

Join the growing movement for fragrance-free homes and workplaces! Read more »