After dropping off the cosmetics at the lab on Sydney’s North Shore, Weaver received the results in her inbox just a week later.
“I literally bought those products and dropped them off and took a week for testing and then ping, the results arrived in my inbox,” she said.
“The two products that came back positive were Natio’s Define eye pencil and Revolution’s Forever Flawless Dynamic Eternal eyeshadow palette.”
To hear more about Weaver’s findings and why we should be concerned about PFAS, listen to the episode of The Briefing.
UPDATE: Since this episode went to air, Natio says it has reformulated its Define Eye Pencil to ensure it is PFAS-free. Natio claims its own testing found lower levels of PFAS in the original product.
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