Plastic Pollution and Women’s Health


As this year’s #PlasticFreeJuly comes to a close, we want to share just a few ways that plastics in our products, homes and work impact the health of women and the environment (hint: exposure to toxic plastics in cosmetics and body care products, those that flow in our waterways, and those we come into regular contact with in our workplaces have been shown to lead to cancers, fertility issues, and birth defects).



This is a big issue, but each time we choose #plasticfree#zerowaste, or to reuse what we have instead of continuing our consumption/overconsumption, is a step in the right direction! Thank you @plasticfreejuly, @plasticpolliutioncoalition, and @packagefree shop for advocating around this issue year round!

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