You’ve probably noticed that you’re not getting the same level of results from your beauty routine as you did a few years ago.
Your beauty products and cosmetics are less effective.
You’re not producing as much as you used to.
You don’t look as good as you once did.
And you’re just as likely to have a painful reaction to products that you tried to remove.
In fact, a new study by the nonprofit Beauty Bar Project found that over half of the beauty products in your grocery store are contaminated with lead.
But that’s not all.
The beauty industry has also been plagued by an epidemic of toxic lead poisoning.
Over the last five years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported more than 1.5 million cases of lead poisoning nationwide.
This year, the CDC estimates that nearly 1 million Americans have been exposed to high levels of lead in their blood, urine or skin, and that this is increasing.
The CDC has also reported an estimated 1,400 deaths linked to lead poisoning this year alone.
In addition to the health risks that lead can pose to the rest of us, many beauty brands are also guilty of misleading consumers about the safety of their products.
In 2016, the American Beauty Association (AABA) announced that they would no longer be using lead-free ingredients in all of their cosmetics, including nail polish and eye shadow.
The AABA made this decision after it was revealed that they had sold products that contained lead paint and glue, as well as a hair care line containing ingredients that contained traces of lead.
The National Association of Beauty and Fragrance Manufacturers (NAFBM) released a statement last week stating that they are “disappointed in the AABA decision to discontinue all cosmetics containing lead paint” and that “NAFBMB will continue to support industry leaders in addressing the problem of lead exposure in beauty products.”
The AABB is a nonprofit that represents the beauty industry, and it’s also a lobbying group for many cosmetic manufacturers, including the beauty bar industry.
In order to help make the makeup industry more transparent about the health hazards of lead, the AABB teamed up with the National Cosmetic Institute (NCI) to create the Cosmetic Lead Information System (CLIS).
CLIS, as it’s called, is a standardized list of the cosmetics that contain lead that is maintained by the industry.
Every year, cosmetics companies submit CLIS information to the FDA for review, and the FDA reviews the CLIS and determines whether to add a new ingredient or update existing ones.
According to the NCI, there are over 7,000 ingredients in cosmetics that are lead-based.
According the NCIDF, the total amount of lead content in cosmetics is estimated to be around 1,300 micrograms per ounce.
However, the FDA has said that only a very small percentage of cosmetics contain as much lead as the average consumer.
This means that products with higher levels of toxicity can have a negative impact on the health of the people who consume them.
In a statement to the media, the NAFBM said that the FDA’s current stance on cosmetics containing the neurotoxin lead “is too low, and they should not be able to mandate the use of these products.”
They also said that cosmetics companies should be required to disclose all of the lead in cosmetics they use, and to do so, they should also be required, once a year, to put their products on a CLIS list.
The NAFBMB also said in their statement that they believe the FDA should also require cosmetics companies to add lead-safe ingredients to their products, and in doing so, “to ensure consumers know they are getting safe products.”
According to NCI spokesperson Kristine Ault, the cosmetics industry has to be vigilant about their own safety.
“It’s a real issue,” Ault said.
We think that cosmetics are the biggest environmental disaster that we’ve seen in the history of mankind.”