Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/US-Cosmetic-Product-Pack-Shot-27MZIFJ6TQ5AG.htmlConceptually similarUS Cosmetic Product Pack ShotGP0STPHBPCompleted★★★★US Cosmetic Product Pack ShotGP0STPIN1Completed★★★★US Cosmetic Product Pack ShotGP0STPHBFCompleted★★★★US Cosmetic Product Pack ShotGP0STPHBTCompleted★★★★US Cosmetic Product Pack ShotGP0STPHC9Completed★★★★US Cosmetic Product Pack ShotGP0STPINMCompleted★★★★US Cosmetic Product Pack ShotGP0STPINRCompleted★★★★US Cosmetic Product Pack ShotGP0STPHBECompleted★★★★US Cosmetic Product Pack ShotGP0STPHBUCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPIN7US Cosmetic Product Pack ShotCosmetic products and their ingredients from the US were tested and compared to European products.Paul Mitchel hair treatment from John Paul Mitchell Systems bought in the USA, contains Isobutylparaben and Isopropylparaben.In original language:TTIP - Produktbilder von US-amerikanischen KosmetikproduktenGreenpeace ließ US-amerikanische Kosmetikprodukte auf ihre Inhaltsstoffe testen lassen und vergleicht mit den gleichen Produkten des Europaeischen Marktes.Paul Mitchel Haar-Serum von John Paul Mitchell Systems aus den USA.Enthaelt Isobutylparaben and Isopropylparaben.Locations:Europe-Germany-HamburgDate:24 Nov, 2015Credit:© Fred Dott / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3386px X 5760pxKeywords:Chemicals-Close ups-Cosmetics-KWCI (GPI)-Product shots-Products-Testing-Toxics (campaign title)-Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)Shoot:Cosmetic Products from the USIn November 2015 Greenpeace Germany tested over 50 cosmetic products which were bought in the United States of America.The REACH regulation of the European Union regulates the authorization of chemicals and in the past has withdrawn lots of potentially health and/or environmentally harmful chemicals from circulation. With TTIP this regulation could gradually be weakened and harmful substances that are currently banned could become permitted again in Europe. And they could be then be reintroduced into cosmetics, cleaning agents, pesticides and a large number of other products.Adapted and therefore lower standards in the cosmetics industry would mean that we could soon have cosmetic products on our shelves that contain harmful substances (e.g. hormone-disrupting substances), which are currently banned in the EU. Greenpeace wants to point out the differences of ingredients in US and European cosmetic products and raise awareness on the consequences of the implementation of TTIP.