The Overly Informed Parent's Guide to Raising Healthy Kids in the Age of Environmental Guilt by Paige Wolf

The New Story in Sunscreen, Chemicals, and More with Goddess Garden

August 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

I've been posting quite a bit about "what drives me," and how my story has evolved over the years. I've also been talking to friends and colleagues about their stories and how they are writing their next chapters. As we close the chapter on the summer and gear up for back-to-school, it’s time to pause and think about your story. What drives you? What are you talking about? For advocates in the safer chemical industry, the next chapter is focused on government legislation. And recently, one state made a big move that will be driving the personal care industry. The Next Chapter in Sunscreen Safety For Goddess Garden Founder Nova Covington, Hawaii’s decision to officially ban chemical sunscreens oxybenzone and octinoxate has been the top news story of the summer. She knew this milestone decision would change the way people...

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