Pushing Pink Elephants

Natural & Organic


The words "Natural" and "Organic" have become very popular and can be found in many products. We should all err on the side of caution when purchasing a cosmetic product that is labeled natural or organic. There are no legal requirements for the use of these terms in cosmetics. Basically, any manufacturer can put a natural or organic label on their products. When you see these labels it might actually mean the packaging or container is made from natural or organic materials, while what’s inside the package is full of toxic chemicals.


Do your research before purchasing cosmetics with this label to make sure you are spending your money on a worthwhile product. If you have time, do a quick Google search right from your smart phone and know for sure. Use EWG's Skin Deep Database to double check the product.





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Baltimore, MD and the Surrounding Communities  

Pushing Pink Elephants is a

501(c)3 tax exempt organization

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