ESTÉE LAUDER PINK RIBBON COLLECTION
Estée Lauder has a "brilliant way" to show your support of breast-cancer awareness: lipstick in your choice of "Evelyn Wildly pink"
or "Lavish pink"
in a pink croc-embossed clutch. (The company will donate 20 percent of the suggested retail price of its Pink Ribbon Collection to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
.) The irony? The rosy-hued wares are chockfull of reproductive toxins, hormone-disrupting chemicals, and carcinogens. As a member of the Personal Care Products Council
(formerly known as the Cosmetics, Toiletries and Fragrance Association), Estée Lauder also opposed a 2005 California bill
that required cosmetics firms to disclose their use of chemicals linked to cancer or birth defects.