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There's Lead in Your Lipstick: Toxins in Everyday Bodycare and How to Avoid Them

Mon Nov 26, 2012 - 7:00 p.m. - 8:15 p.m.

By the time we head out the front door each morning, most of us have spritzed, sudsed and slathered ourselves in more than 127 different chemicals, many of which are toxic. There are no laws in Canada, nor the U.S., requiring manufacturers to prove that the chemical ingredients found in most household and personal care items are safe for human use. So how do we stay clean and beautiful without making ourselves sick? How can we possibly navigate the minefield of unpronounceable chemicals in drugstore aisles?

Bestselling author and broadcaster Gillian Deacon has the answers. Her talk will leave you enlightened, informed and inspired to take action for healthy change.

Register at Information Desk or by calling[masked]-5247.

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