Whether it’s your face cream or your shower curtain, many of the products we use every day contain potentially harmful ingredients, including endocrine disrupting chemicals that interfere with the body’s hormones.

Health-conscious consumers often pore over product labels trying to avoid certain ingredients, but since companies are not required to disclose all the ingredients, product labels can be incomplete. Through our independent research on chemicals in consumer products, we can uncover what harmful substances are in productsand how we're exposedin order to inform policies and drive the market toward safer products.

Related Projects


We are investigating endocrine disrupting chemicals in consumer products used by Black and Latina women to better understand how exposures contribute to health disparities.

Understanding how people are exposed to toxic chemicals called PFAS will help us develop strategies and inform policies to reduce people's exposures and protect health.

Food packaging is designed to contain and protect food from spoiling. But these same materials can also be a source of harmful chemicals, raising concerns about potential health impacts.


The first peer-reviewed assessment of a large number of hormone disruptors and asthma-related chemicals in a variety of household products, including the first assessment of ingredients in sunscreens.