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Safer beauty products aren’t reaching everyone. We need clean beauty justice.

Published: April 6, 2022 by Boma Brown-West

Beauty and personal care products marketed to women of color often contain more toxic chemicals than those marketed to white women.

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Retailers are using accelerators to get safer, cleaner beauty and personal care products on store shelves

Published: March 9, 2022 by Alissa Sasso

Collaboration through accelerator programs that prioritize sustainability can be a win-win for both the small brands and the big retailers.

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Beauty has a toxic equity problem. It’s time companies champion clean beauty justice.

Published: July 13, 2021 by Boma Brown-West

Brands and retailers have an opportunity to ensure that clean products are available, accessible and affordable for every single customer.

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What does “clean beauty” mean? New framework gives a path forward

Published: March 25, 2021 by Alissa Sasso

In an underregulated marketplace, the beauty industry needs to champion credible and transparent clean beauty programs.

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Clean Beauty Roadmap for Retailers

This framework gives brands the ground rules for executing a responsible and credible clean beauty program, with a focus on ingredient safety.

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Why what’s in your makeup is an environmental justice issue

Boma Brown West is leading the charge to make the food we eat and the products we buy safer, healthier and free of toxic chemicals.

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Safer personal care products: Leadership requires equity

How companies can ensure that everyone - regardless of race or means - has equal access to safe products.

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Sephora sets the standard for bringing clean, safer products to the marketplace

Published: August 18, 2020 by Alissa Sasso

Through ambitious goals, public accountability and authentic action, Sephora is rising as a leader in advancing safer product innovation.

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