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"Our toxic chemical exposure is nothing short of a calamity. This book is essential to understanding what is at stake and how to make healthier choices every day – for the planet and for our families." - David Suzuki
"This book connects the reader to the issues and the solutions in an engaging way. A can-do roadmap to a better and healthier life!" - Dr. Rick Smith, Executive Director of Environmental Defence and bestselling author
"I love this book! Thank you to Gillian Deacon for your bravery in writing such an honest and comprehensive book about what we need to know about the products we put on our bodies." - Stacy Malkan, co-founder of Campaign for Safe Cosmetics
"This book just made me realize I've unknowingly been putting cancer-causing ingredients onto my head every day in my hair conditioner! It's also reaffirmed my love of cocoa butter. A wake-up call to ease the chemical burdens on our bodies and our planet." - Sarah Harmer
"Gillian Deacon has given us all a generous gift: a comprehensive, exhaustive and timely guidebook to the Great Unwash." - Gord Downie
"As someone who doesn't wear lipstick, I thought this book may not apply to me, but as Gill points out, anything we put on our skin finds its way into our body. There's Lead in Your Lipstick is the definitive guide to ensuring we don't inadvertently smother ourselves in chemicals and animal by-products, thereby increasing our risk of disease." - Brendan Brazier, bestselling author of The Thrive Diet and Thrive Fitness
"Gill Deacon's There's Lead in Your Lipstick is a wake-up call for women of all ages to look beneath the gloss of the beauty industry. Essential reading." - Emily Haines
Award-winning broadcaster Gillian Deacon is one of Canada’s best-known environmental writers and host of Here & Now (Toronto) on CBC Radio One. She is the author of the bestsellers There’s Lead in Your Lipstick and Green for Life . Gillian lives in Toronto with her husband and their three sons.
Very informative for newbies to toxins in our daily products and how to switch to more ecological products either bought or DIY. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chantal Adams
Toronto's very own Gill Deacon write a easy to read novel on greenwashing in the beauty industry. She also provides easy tips for people looking to make their own products. Read morePublished 21 months ago by MJC
I love that book! and this is a great idea for a green gift .
It will help you to make a better choice when purchasing all kinds of products and learn about the chemicals to... Read more
This is a book I bought for myself, then bought more copies to give as gifts. There is a wealth of information inside about ingredients in products we use every day in our personal... Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2013 by Diane Allen
A very good book that everyone should read. Lists actual products that are safe so that you know what to shop for. I refer back to this book and look things up quite regularly.Published on Jan. 1 2012 by Louise