Cleaner + Greener with Beautycounter + Dr. Leo Trasande

Thursday, May 30, 7-9pm

Join us at LOOM for an in-depth conversation about cleaner everyday products, the steps you can take to green your home environment, and the lasting impact safer choices can have for you and your family. We’ll be joined by Lindsay Dahl, SVP of Social Mission at Beautycounter, Leonardo Trasande, M.D., M.P.P., an internationally renowned leader in children’s environmental health, and Erica Chidi Cohen, CEO and Co-founder of LOOM.

A selection of Beautycounter’s collection of clean beauty products will be available for testing, and a makeup artist will be onsite offering complimentary touch-ups. Copies of Dr. Trasande’s book, Sicker Fatter Poorer, will be available for sale and signing.

All attendees will depart with gift totes including a few Beautycounter favorites + a cheat sheet of tips for making safer, cleaner choices!

Light bites + sips will be served!

About Leonardo Trasande, M.D., M.P.P.:
Leonardo Trasande, M.D., M.P.P., is an internationally renowned leader in children’s environmental health and a tenured associate professor in pediatrics, environmental medicine, and population health at New York University. His research focuses on the impacts of chemicals on hormones in our bodies. Dr. Trasande has appeared on Today, CNN, NPR, CBS News, and been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Reuters, National Geographic, USA Today, and dozens of other media outlets. He lives in New York City with his family.

About Lindsay Dahl:
Lindsay Dahl is Beautycounter's Senior Vice President of Social Mission. A leader in all things clean living, Lindsay has spent the last 15 years empowering people to find safer, non-toxic products for their homes, while mobilizing them to take political action. Prior to joining the Beautycounter team, Lindsay spearheaded the passage of more than a dozen health protective laws at the state and federal levels, including the nation's first ban on the toxic chemical BPA from baby bottles and sippy cups. Earlier in her career, Lindsay was the Deputy Director of Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families, the country's largest coalition working to update federal laws on toxic chemicals. While in Washington D.C., Lindsay was lead strategist for the grassroots movement that ultimately led to the overhaul of toxic chemical regulations, the first since 1976.