Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Non-Toxic-Cosmetics-at-the-Home-Fair-in-Amsterdam-27MZIFLTQ2ML.htmlConceptually similarNon-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in AmsterdamGP01LYOCompleted★★★★Non-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in AmsterdamGP01LYNCompleted★★★★Non-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in AmsterdamGP01LYRCompleted★★★★Non-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in AmsterdamGP01LYQCompleted★★★★Non-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in AmsterdamGP01LYUCompleted★★★★Non-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in AmsterdamGP01LYSCompleted★★★★Non-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in AmsterdamGP01LYPCompleted★★★★Non-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in AmsterdamGP01LYTCompleted★★★★Non-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in AmsterdamGP01LYVCompleted★★★★View AllGP01LYWNon-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in AmsterdamGreenpeace volunteers inform the visitors at the Home Fair in the RAI in Amsterdam about the new cosmetics guide "MOOI". At the computer people can find out if the products they use also contain toxins.In original language:Presentatie van Gifvrije Cosmetica op de Huishoudbeurs in de RAI in AmsterdamGreenpeace vrijwilligers informeren de bezoekers op de Huishoudbeurs in de RAI in Amsterdam over de nieuwe cosmeticagids "MOOI". Achter de computer kunnen mensen kijken of de producten die zij gebruiken giftige stoffen bevatten.Locations:Amsterdam-Netherlands-Western EuropeDate:17 Mar, 2006Credit:© Greenpeace / Gerda HornemanMaximum size:2025px X 2595pxKeywords:Fairs-Greenpeace volunteers-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Presentations-Props-Public engagement-Toxics (campaign title)-WomenShoot:Non-Toxic Cosmetics at the Home Fair in the RAI in AmsterdamGreenpeace presents the second edition of the cosmetics guide 'MOOI' at the Home Fair in the RAI in Amsterdam. In this guide you can see from 700 common cosmetic products if they contain toxins. At the Greenpeace stand, visitors can try non-toxic cosmetics and participate in a cyber action. Greenpeace volunteers also hand out samples for free of 'green' products. At the computer people can find out if the products they use also contain toxins. If this is the case they can immediately send an email to the producer and ask for the removal of the toxins from the products. Greenpeace urges the Dutch Members of the European Parliament, the Minister and State Secretary of Economics to vote for a strict REACH-legislation, the new European legislation for toxins. The Dutch government must invest in the environment and innovation and replace toxins with safe alternatives.