The Law and Your Beauty Regimen and Cosmetic Products

Everyone is going crazy to have a clear skin searching for a product for acne scar removal. Different companies produce a wide variety of beauty products with different features and effects. This is a trend today, and people follow it for they aim an awesome result for themselves. However, how sure are we with regards to the safeness of these beauty regimen and cosmetic products that we purchase?

According to the regulations, Food and Drug Association does not test the safety a beauty products. Instead, they let the companies itself test if the products they are going to release in the market is safe. Why does this matter and why people should care?

When we purchase beauty products, we obviously apply it on our skin. Whatever products we apply on our skin is absorbed and also affects what is inside us. Most of us apply ten or even more beauty products on our skin in a day. Imagine the chemicals these beauty products contain. These chemicals will be absorbed and goes inside our bodies.

There are some laws, depending on the country, that has been passed to protect the consumers from the harmful effects of  ingredients a beauty product has. But aside from this protection law, what can we do to prevent danger from what we plan to apply on our skins? Of course, it is necessary for everyone to always check the label. After checking the label, have a research of the harmful chemicals and then make sure to avoid it. This way, you will be able to know what and what not to purchase.

Beauty regimen and cosmetic products will always have harmful chemicals, that is also why a simple cleansing, toning, and hydrating before going to sleep is being advised. Always remember that the more products you apply on your skin, the lesser the chance of getting what you are really aiming to have, which is a clear and bright skin. Exercise, eat right, drink plenty of water are just some of the natural ways you can do to achieve your dream skin.

Legal Complaint Filed by Teacher Unions vs Florida Governor

A legal complaint filed by teacher unions aims to bar the Florida governor from issuing an order for schools to hold in-person classes this coming August.

The complaint was filed by the national union known as The American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and its Florida affiliate, the Florida Education Association (FEA), in a proactive effort to obtain an injunction that would block Florida governor Rod DeSantis from issuing a statewide mandate for schools to hold in-person classes.

The legal complaint was filed at the Miami state court last Monday, the same day that the Florida State Health officials released a report that for the sixth day in a row, over 10,000 additional COVID-19 cases has been added to Florida’s rapidly increasing number of people infected by the disease. The additional number brings the average daily number of new cases to roughly about 11,000 per day. In addition, the Monday status report indicated that so far, there has been 5,000 coronavirus-deaths in Florida.

Fedrick Ingram President of FEA said that governor DeSantis needs to accept the reality that the coronavirus is surging out of control in Florida. Mr. Ingram explained that

”If schools are to reopen, it should not start with in-person teaching where students, teachers and school employees will face an explosion of infection cases and sickness; which will eventually force a return to distance learning. —Florida’s Constitution makes safety a critical standard for public schools, which is the same standard being demanded by Florida’s parents and teachers.”

Florida Dept. of Education Says Schools were Merely Given Guidelines

Although the Florida Department of Education accuses the FEA of not fully reading or comprehending the guidelines sent by the department to schools; assering that they were not directives for in-person classes. The emails they sent merely laid out new innovative options in helping parents decide on what works best for the health and safety of their children and family.

 

However, it was clear from Governor DeSantis’ announcements earlier this month that his mandate for school reopening is for in-person schooling since he stated that “online learning is just not the same.”