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Health and Safety Achievements

Beautycounter received the highest score in the Chemical Footprint Project's inaugural survey in 2016 and 2017. We are proud to be among 24 pioneering businesses both small and large to have their chemical management practices closely examined. Similar to carbon footprinting, the project applies clear and consistent metrics for benchmarking companies. Scores are based on a company's efforts to reduce and replace the use of harmful chemicals with safer alternatives, and to disclose this work. Our top score demonstrates to companies worldwide that it's possible to find safer ingredients to grow a business. It brings us a step closer to moving the market in a better direction.

Testing, Testing

An example of this is our current batch of lavender extract, used in our Nourishing skin-care line. We’re proud to say that the research team at Tufts concluded that there was no detectable activity via E- and A- screen tests that measure specific endocrine activity that interferes with female and male hormones).

Transparency First

We pride ourselves on learning constantly and will always confidently share the whats, whys, and hows behind our continued research. Because our commitment is to translate the science and decipher the lingo, so you can feel confident about making safer choices.

Groundbreaking Collaboration with Researchers at Tufts University School of Medicine

When you pick up a Beautycounter product, you know that the ingredients in the moisturizer, lipstick, or shampoo you hold have been rigorously screened as part of our Five-Step Ingredient Selection Process. But did you know that your dollars are also contributing to cutting-edge research that will lead to even safer personal care products across the industry?

Back to School

Did you know that personal-care products could contain endocrine-disrupting ingredients? However, there isn’t a rich amount of transparent data available to navigate which ingredients could be of concern. That’s why, we’ve been working with researchers at Tufts University School of Medicine to study more than a dozen of the ingredients used in our formulas and in the industry at large.
Collaboration with Tufts

Groundbreaking Collaboration with Researchers at Tufts University School of Medicine

When you pick up a Beautycounter product, you know that the ingredients in the moisturizer, lipstick, or shampoo you hold have been rigorously screened as part of our Five-Step Ingredient Selection Process. But did you know that your dollars are also contributing to cutting-edge research that will lead to even safer personal care products across the industry?

Back to School

Did you know that personal-care products could contain endocrine-disrupting ingredients? However, there isn’t a rich amount of transparent data available to navigate which ingredients could be of concern. That’s why, we’ve been working with researchers at Tufts University School of Medicine to study more than a dozen of the ingredients used in our formulas and in the industry at large.
Testing, Testing

Testing, Testing

An example of this is our current batch of lavender extract, used in our Nourishing skin-care line. We’re proud to say that the research team at Tufts concluded that there was no detectable activity via E- and A- screen tests that measure specific endocrine activity that interferes with female and male hormones).

Transparency First

We pride ourselves on learning constantly and will always confidently share the whats, whys, and hows behind our continued research. Because our commitment is to translate the science and decipher the lingo, so you can feel confident about making safer choices.