I was recently approached by Tria, the company behind the first FDA-reviewed laser for at-home hair removal, and they got me thinking - what is the environmental impact of laser hair removal in comparison to shaving or waxing? And, perhaps more importantly, is laser safe? Let's take a look at the full picture.
In Boston, there are countless entrepreneurs working to make the world a better place. On Thursday evening, you're invited to meet two of these inspiring entrepreneurs at the monthly Ladies Lounge networking event hosted by General Assembly, WeWork, and JUGs. This month's speakers include: Leila Chambers Founder & Executive Director of Flying Kites and Emily Cunningham, Co-Founder & COO of True Moringa (eco-beauty!).
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Here is what you need to know: The U.S. only bans 11 ingredients from cosmetic products, while the E.U. bans over 1,000. The average American woman uses about 15 cosmetic products per day, which exposes her to small doses of some potentially harmful chemicals on a regular basis. While most of these chemicals probably won't make you sick, it is better to be safe than sorry! Am I right?!