Category : DIY

Challenges met, Accomplishments made

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On September 17, 2010 in DIY

“For the first time in 70 years, Congress is poised to close the gaping holes in the outdated federal law that allows chemicals linked to cancer, birth defects, learning disabilities and other illnesses in the cosmetics we use on our bodies every day.” – The Story of Cosmetics [...]

Legends of Mt. Tamalpais

On September 15, 2010 in DIY

Whether you make the journey with EO Products for The Breast Cancer Fund’s Peak Hike, on the 26th of September, or at another time, we hope your experience on the mountain is as rich as the legend behind it. [...]

Mt. Tamalpais

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On September 14, 2010 in DIY

For those who aren’t familiar with Mt. Tamalpais, Love Life with EO offer up some facts about the mountain that many people believe is the remains of an extinct volcano. However it came to be, Mt. Tamalpais is a much loved part of Marin County, with many ways to enjoy the beauty it brings to the many who visit. [...]

The Story of Cosmetics

On September 13, 2010 in DIY

Please follow the link below to, The Story of Cosmetics, a 7-minute film from the good people at The Story of Stuff Project, Free Range Studios and (of course) the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics (a project of the Breast Cancer Fund). [...]

Breast Cancer Prevention

On September 10, 2010 in DIY

“We all have our favorite makeup and toiletries. To find out whether your go-to products are safe or not, try Environmental Working Group’s Skin Deep cosmetics safety database. This easy-to-use resource ranks the safety of specific brand names on a scale from one to ten. This is an easy way to find out which products you can use guilt-free and which ones may need replacing.” [...]

Breast Cancer Links

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On September 9, 2010 in DIY

“It’s clear that our exposures to toxic chemicals and radiation are connected to our breast cancer risk. On a positive note, our exposure to chemicals and radiation is something we can begin to control—through personal, corporate and political action.” [...]

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