Pas de glyphosate dans ma Teucha !!!

Les tampons et serviettes hygiéniques contiennent toujours des résidus chimiques

De nouvelles analyses mettent en évidence la présence récurrente de pesticides et de phtalates dans les protections périodiques féminines malgré les dernières recommandations officielles.

  • Le Billet de Sophia Aram, franceinter, 25 février 2019.
  • Tampons et serviettes : connaître la composition, c’est coton ! 60millions-mag, 2019/02/21.
  • Tampons et protections féminines : un rapport ni alarmant ni rassurant, 60millions-mag, 2018/07/20.
  • Tampons et protections féminines : une réglementation s’impose ! 60millions-mag, 2016/02/23.

Secret Toxic Chemicals in Feminine Products, Tampons and Pads

Toxic chemicals do not belong in feminine products.
Tell Tampax and Always to Detox the Box!

Toxic chemicals don’t belong in feminine products. Period.

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Toxic chemicals don’t belong in feminine products. Period.

Tell Tampax and Always to Detox the Box!

Women’s Voices for the Earth November 2013 Chem Fatale report found toxic chemicals commonly used in feminine care products like pads and tampons. ” Unfortunately, because pads and tampons are regulated as “medical devices” and not “personal care products,” companies aren’t required by law to disclose any of the ingredients used in these products. We know that Procter & Gamble, makers of Tampax and Always, uses some toxic fragrance chemicals – and we have a right to know what else they’re using in pads and tampons. ”

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Secret Toxic Chemicals in Pads

Toxic chemicals do not belong in feminine products.
Tell Tampax to Detox the Box!

Toxic chemicals don’t belong in Pads. Period.

toxic chemicals in pads infographics
Toxic chemicals don’t belong in Pads. Period.

Always: Detox the Box!

Women’s Voices for the Earth November 2013 Chem Fatale report found toxic chemicals commonly used in feminine care products like pads and tampons. ” Unfortunately, because pads and tampons are regulated as “medical devices” and not “personal care products,” companies aren’t required by law to disclose any of the ingredients used in these products. We know that Procter & Gamble, makers of Tampax and Always, uses some toxic fragrance chemicals – and we have a right to know what else they’re using in pads and tampons. ”

Sources and More Information

On Flickr®

Secret Toxic Chemicals in Tampons

Toxic chemicals do not belong in feminine products.
Tell Tampax to Detox the Box!

Toxic chemicals don’t belong in Tampons. Period.

toxic chemicals in tampons infographics
Toxic chemicals don’t belong in Tampons. Period.

Tampax: Detox the Box!

Women’s Voices for the Earth November 2013 Chem Fatale report found toxic chemicals commonly used in feminine care products like pads and tampons. ” Unfortunately, because pads and tampons are regulated as “medical devices” and not “personal care products,” companies aren’t required by law to disclose any of the ingredients used in these products. We know that Procter & Gamble, makers of Tampax and Always, uses some toxic fragrance chemicals – and we have a right to know what else they’re using in pads and tampons. ”

Sources and More Information

On Flickr®

Tampax and Always: Detox the Box campaign

Toxic chemicals don’t belong in pads and tampons. Period

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Women’s Voices Earth work to eliminate toxic chemicals that harm women’s health by changing consumer behaviors, corporate practices & government policies.

Women’s Voices for the Earth November 2013 Chem Fatale report found toxic chemicals commonly used in feminine care products like pads and tampons. ” Unfortunately, because pads and tampons are regulated as “medical devices” and not “personal care products,” companies aren’t required by law to disclose any of the ingredients used in these products. We know that Procter & Gamble, makers of Tampax and Always, uses some toxic fragrance chemicals – and we have a right to know what else they’re using in pads and tampons. ”

Sources and More Information