Access to safe, reliable and affordable sanitary napkins is a big barrier to equal opportunity for many girls in developing countries. This inexpensive and clever set allows girls and women to clean, dry and carry their pads discreetly.
Did your fear of stains stop you from going to school or work? Probably not. But this company is aiming to bring menstrual cups to African schoolgirls who miss school because they have their period and cannot afford disposables.
Consumers are usually the last to know the important information about the products we are using. Take cleaning supplies - many still don't clearly specify which exact ingredients are harmful and in what amounts they are
Inspired by writer Sean Bonner's belief that the human body "is designed to regulate itself" and GOOD's challenge to give up soap and shampoo for a month, No More Dirty Looks is kicking off 2011 with "The No
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The Brazilian Blowout Controversy Continues
First the Oregon Health & Science University's Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology released lab results revealing that "formulations of Brazilian Blowout
Is your 'do' getting a pretty douse of formaldehyde? If your favorite hair treatment is the Brazilian Blowout--favored by celebs like Jennifer Aniston and others willing to drop up to $500 for shiny, frizz-free hair--then
With all the news and talk about the Gulf oil spill during the past two weeks, we've (unsurprisingly) been talking a lot about the science behind oil and oil production, the future of energy, and the economics behind the
When was the last time you heard that the beauty products you just purchased were made fresh to order, just for you? With Kimberly Parry Organics this is the norm, making us feel like our purchase is an important one.
At some point throughout a woman's endless struggle (or so it seems) with her hair, we decide to do something drastic. Like color it. Whether that means dying it or highlighting it, almost every woman has done