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The Toxic-Free Campaign

Ingredients

Welcome to the research area of the website where you will find articles on ingredients - chemicals good, bad & plain ugly.
Safe Cosmetics Australia Blog
SCA's blog provides independent fact-based research related to cosmetic products and the criteria SCA promotes. Visit the blog to explore cosmetic ingredients and toxic free living...
Safe, Nontoxic Chemicals
Chemicals listed on this page have been reviewed by Safe Cosmetics Australia [SCA] for public health and safety; according to extensive research, scientific literature and government data...
Nasty Chemicals To Avoid
Made from over 4,000 chemicals artificial dyes, colours & fragrances are a toxic concoction that should not be inhaled or applied to the skin. Known to cause respiratory reactions like asthma...

Living A Less Toxic Life

Living a less-toxic lifestyle is important to the vast majority of us. So where should you start and what difference can your product choice make to the evolution of creating a more sustainable future? Meet Kirsten McCulloch an Australian freelance writer...

Regulations
Notification and Assessment of Industrial Chemicals. Cosmetics are subject to legislative regulatory requirements in almost every industrialised country. The manufacture and sale of cosmetic products is regulated by...
Science & Chemicals
Science has uncovered many adverse side effects from exposure to hazardous chemical exposure. Have we developed mechanisms to cope with these new chemicals that are impacting our health?
A Healthier Future
SCA's role is to raise AWARENESS and to provide an ALTERNATIVE for using potentially harmful chemicals found in everyday household products; by means of publishing companies on our Toxic Free List who exclude common chemicals of concern...
Is Your Lipstick Toxic?
Do you use a daily application of lipstick or lip balm, to moisturise and protect your lips? And okay, maybe for the aesthetic appeal too? You do? Do you want the bad news first, or the good news? Okay, we'll start with the bad...