Potentially toxic PFAS was found in 1,000 cosmetics products from 120 brands, in a collaboration between Clearya and Green Science Policy Institute.
How to choose a sunscreen that really protects you, and the science behind the FDA's announcement that 14 out of 16 sunscreen active ingredients may not be safe and effective.
For years, we've tested products to give you the resources to make the best decisions for your family's health. But we know it’s still not easy, not when there’s so much information to consider while you’re shopping.
Cooking and baking pans tested for PFAS by the Ecology Center are flagged by the Clearya browser plugin and mobile app while shopping online.
How Clearya and BCPP aim to create a healthier future for you.
Is baby powder contaminated with asbestos? Is talc in makeup safe? Clearya explains everything you should know about talc.
Clearya and ChemSec join forces to help online shoppers avoid toxics, in response to the rise in online shopping due to COVID-19 social distancing.
Earth Day 2020: How Air Pollution Makes COVID-19 More Deadly
Reusable bamboo cups may not be safe for hot drinks, according to a German federal institute. What should you use instead?
Are Breast Cancer Related Chemicals Common in Personal Care Products? We Reviewed 8,000 Product Ingredient Lists To Find Out.
College students question the safety of the ingredients in their beauty products. Here’s what you should do:
One more thing you should know when you send your kids back to school: "BPA-Free" is not what you expected. Read this before stocking up on lunch boxes and water bottles for your children.