Kourtney Kardashian meets with Congress leaders to fight for 'clean' make-up law

Joann Johnston
April 25, 2018

Our Kardashian sources say Kourtney will come face-to-face with several members of Congress Tuesday in hopes of helping to reform the laws that regulate cosmetics and other personal care products.

The reality star is a vocal supporter of a cleaner planet, so it makes sense that she is working alongside the non-profit organisation to highlight the fact it has been 80 years since the U.S. passed laws to regulate the safety of personal care products. "As a mom, you really take so much interest in the products".

The eldest Kardashian sister has teamed up with the Environmental Working Group and group president Ken Cook for its new initiative, #BeautyMadeBetter, which aims to bring awareness to cosmetics reform, which hasn't been revisited in 80 years. I was thinking about it this morning.

"I remember learning from my mom friends that these were not healthy at all".

"The fact that we have to guess so much - we shouldn't be walking around going, 'is this okay?'" she continued. "I do feel like it's time for Congress to do its job".

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Oh snap! We see you, Kourtney. Ironically, Kourtney's makeup collaboration with Kylie dropped the SAME DAY as her briefing.

Kardashian - sister to Kim, Khloe and Rob Kardashian and half-sister to Kylie and Kendall Jenner, who have all appeared on the long-running E! reality show "Keeping up with the Kardashians" - has frequently endorsed using organic and eco-friendly makeup. Back when Kardashian Beauty products were available at the Kardashian sisters' DASH stores (R.I.P.) and other retailers, Kardashian stressed that her top priority was making sure these products were high-quality.

Kourtney is particularly passionate about creating a safe environment for her kids, and presumably, this is what has pushed her to get involved in this cause.

Personal care products remain largely unregulated, and the FDA doesn't require safety testing of ingredients in the products before they are used, according to the EWG.

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