Safe Cosmetics Australia highly recommends Three Warriors, sunless self-tanning range. The ingredients they choose are Not known to cause harm to your body. Their range is certified toxic-free and organic, furthermore, their products are cruelty-free and Australian made. Formulated in a base of Certified Organic Aloe Vera, Three Warriors self-tanning range does not use carcinogenic chemicals to formulate their products making their range the safest … Continue reading Safe. Sunless. Golden Tan.
UNDER OUR SUN, environmentally and socially responsible suncare manufacturer has just released its all natural and organic moisturising zinc. This ground-breaking product is the only certified natural zinc on the market that offers 4 hours of 30+ UVA & UVB protection and is Australian Certified Toxic-Free® by Safe Cosmetics Australia. Under Our Sun is setting a new industry benchmark, delivering 4 hours of all-natural water … Continue reading Under Our Sun
Our skin is exposed to solvents everyday, solvents are substances that dissolve other substances to form a solution. Found in cosmetics, laundry, sanitary agents and drug formulations, solvents are an essential part of formulating and producing products. However, the uptake of solvents into the skin is a major concern as solvents have been proven to change essential properties of the skin such as flexibility and … Continue reading Solvents affect skin molecules
According to celebrity makeup artists, the “no makeup look” requires a little bit of effort! Staying focused on hydrating the skin throughout the day, grooming those unruly brows and styling your hair is the key. Leslie Munsell says “For a complexion that glows no matter how much or how little foundation you slap on, bump up your skincare routine. A good vitamin C serum will … Continue reading Look great without makeup
Safe Cosmetics Australia [SCA] aims to raise chemical awareness and advocate for a pre-market regulatory scheme. SCA campaigns for a healthier future by promoting accredited brands that exclude and minimise, the use of toxic chemicals commonly found in Australian products. The increase of consumer awareness has resulted in raising consumer demand for healthier products and more companies are now formulating their products without parabens, carcinogens … Continue reading 2017 – Campaign Update
Aluminium or aluminum, is a chemical element in the boron group with the symbol Al and the atomic number 13. What is it? Aluminium is one of the most widely distributed metals on the planet. Found abundantly in nature, it is used in the production of everyday household products including cosmetics, cleaning agents, drinking water, fabric dyes and much more. Aluminium is the third most … Continue reading Aluminium in cosmetics