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  • Melissa Turkington

    While it's great to see the chemicals and additives slowly leave the big name brands, it is really disturbing that: 1) it takes national media attention to garner change, and 2) those chemicals were clearly not very important in the first place, or they would have been much more difficult to remove. Grrr.

    • Walden Hyde

      Totally, Melissa! We definitely had mixed feelings about this report. It's excellent to hear that enough consumers are questioning the ingredients in these products, but it's also disconcerting that some of the companies have not put clear timelines on their changes. Also, it makes us wonder what other chemicals they're NOT removing...