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Radical Fragrance Transparency Presented By Credo Beauty

Radical Fragrance Transparency Presented By Credo Beauty

Join us for a night of clean beauty! Featuring an industry-disrupting panel, clean beauty stations, locally-crafted drinks and more.

About this Event

Fragrance blends can be some combination of 4,000 hidden (and sometimes harmful) ingredients. We think you deserve to know what you’re putting on your skin. That’s why Credo Clean Standard‘s new Fragrance Transparency Policy is changing the fragrance game.

Come celebrate with us on October 22nd. Hear from our expert panelists and meet the brands who are leading the change.

To get the most of out this event, we encourage you to watch Jon Whelan’s documentary Stink! ahead of time. You can find it on Netflix or Vimeo – password : Credo2020.

5:30-6:45pm — Cocktail Party:

  • Clean Beauty Stations by ILIA, Indie Lee, Ursa Major, Alpyn Beauty, EVOLVh, by / Rosie Jane, PHLUR, and more
  • Complimentary locally-crafted drinks and snacks
  • All attendees will receive a Credo gift bag

6:45-8:00pm — Panel Discussion and Q&A :

Jon Whelan (moderator) is the director of “Stink!,” an off-beat documentary about Whelan’s tenacious quest to uncover the source of a chemical scent in a pair of his daughter’s pajamas. Whelan currently advocates for truthful product labeling, and is a full-time parent of two daughters.

Mia Davis is Credo’s Director of Environmental and Social Responsibility. Her career began in the environmental health movement. In 2007, she co-led the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics. Davis was Head of Environment, Health and Safety at Beautycounter for 5 years, and she’s now helping Credo brands and customers define and lead the “clean beauty” sector.

Eric Korman is the co-founder & CEO of PHLUR, the first fine fragrance company to disclose ingredients. Today PHLUR remains committed to creating clean, sustainable and transparent fine fragrance products across multiple categories.

Sarah Evans, PhD, MPH is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Medicine and Public Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. Her research is focused on the impact of phthalates and other common chemicals on brain development and child behavior.