Today, Washington Toxics Coalition released a new report, Something Smells: What Tween Perfume Makers Should Tell You, But Don’t. It found that some makers of children’s fragrance products, including Disney, are flouting state law by failing to report the presence of the hormone-disrupting chemicals called phthalates in their products 

Parents already have their hands full raising their kids, and it isn’t fair they have to be at the mercy of companies who use harmful hormone-disruptors being in children’s perfume and body sprays. It’s just not cool!

Add your name to the petition urging the Department of Ecology to take enforcement action on companies not coming clean about the chemicals in their products..

Don’t let big companies like Disney and Claire’s, with annual gross sales over 1 billion dollars, get away with not telling the public that they are using harmful chemicals, especially in products for kids.

Sign the letter urging the Department of Ecology to take action on companies not complying with Washington law and not reporting that they’re using harmful chemicals in their products. The companies named in WTC’s report are: Disney, Claire’s, American Eagle Outfitters, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Elizabeth Arden.