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[PDF] Nanomaterials, sunscreens and cosmetics: Small Ingredients, Big Risks
Author: Friends of the Earth, Published on: 1 May 2006
Some of the biggest names in cosmetics, including L’Oreal, Revlon and Estee Lauder, continue to sell products containing nano-scale ingredients despite growing evidence that nanomaterials can be toxic to humans...[also refers to Almay (part of Revlon), AmerElite Solutions, AmorePacific, Barneys New York, Bellapella Skin Studio, Beyond Skin Science, Cell Rx (part of Smart Skin Care), Chanel, Clinique Laboratories (part of Estee Lauder), ColoreScience, Dermadoctor, Dermatone, D-Fense, Dr. Brandt, Enprani, Estee Lauder, GlobalMed Technologies, GM Collin, Image SkinCare, Ishizawa Laboratories, Johnson & Johnson, KOSÉ Corporation, L’Oreal, La Prairie, Lancome (pat of L’Oreal), MyChelle Dermaceuticals, Nano-Infinity Nanotech, Nanover, Procter and Gamble, Royal BodyCare, Revlon, Shiseido, Sircuit Cosmeceuticals, Zelens Dermatological UK, Pureology, Raahj Skin Care, Birch Trees, Boots, Christian Dior, Crown Laboratories, Dermazone Solutions, Private Formula International, Hawaiian Tropic, NuCelle, Rosacea Care, Skin Ceuticals, Skin RX Solutions, Wild Child].