Any company that has been on the receiving end of the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics’ fervent advocacy understands the consumer-safety organization’s power to ignite change. Ask Johnson & Johnson, which reformulated its baby products in 2011 after aggressive efforts from the Campaign. Or OPI, the nail polish powerhouse that agreed to take DPI out of its products in 2006 (and today is proud to be DBP, toluene and formaldehyde free). And for its latest advocacy efforts, the ...

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