Stacy Malkan is co-founder of the national Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and author of the award-winning book, “Not Just a Pretty Face: The Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry.” She is a leading expert on toxic chemicals in beauty products, chemical regulatory policies, and how to find safe green alternatives. Stacy is frequently interviewed by major media including New York Times, Washington Post, San Francisco Chronicle and USA Today. Television appearances include Good Morning America, ABC 7 Chicago and ABC’s View from the Bay. Stacy is a former journalist and newspaper publisher. She currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Limited speaking engagements available Fall 2010 and Spring 2011. To book speaking gigs with Stacy contact: Jodi Solomon’s Speaker’s Bureau.

For press interviews: contact Stacy here.

Reviewer comments

“The uplifting story of activism by women and teens who have been fighting for safe cosmetics against a billion-dollar industry.” — Wall Street Journal

“An encouraging and empowering story!”LA Times blog

“Read this book! It is educational, unsettling, and inspiring. Personally, I have made several changes in the products I use and the quantity.” Kaffeine Buzz

“Check out this book!” EcoSmart Consumer

“A must read for anyone who uses any type of cosmetic/beauty/personal care product.” Threadbanger

“This is an outside-the-box book that reads like a captivating novel and lands much to close for comfort… It is a must-read.” Alive Magazine, April 2008.

“Great Reads of Winter 2008!” MS magazine

Articles by Stacy Malkan

Petroleum in Perfume, Huffington Post

Pretty In Pink? Companies market make-up to girls as young as 3, and the health implications are huge, Natural Solutions magazine

Roses are Red, Lipstick (Still) has Lead, Alternet

Panic in the Organic Aisle, Conscious Choice magazine

Toxins to be Pulled from Cosmetics, Yes Magazine

Average Rating: 4.4 out of 5 based on 151 user reviews.

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