App lets consumers find out if their cosmetics contain toxic chemicals

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Nowadays, there is a plethora of information out there to help consumers make the right choices before buying, but it's not always easy for them to access. In the past, we've seen platforms such as Buycott help users learn which brands share their values, and now a similar app called Think Dirty is aiming to show consumers whether the cosmetic products they use could be harmful to their health. Prompted by a documentary revealing the extent of toxic chemical use in beauty products, founder and CEO Lily Tse wanted to create a way to help others find out about potential…

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