WE ACT wanted to follow up last week’s alert to call out Johnson & Johnson baby powder:
To attempt contouring, the Kardashian-esque art of using heavy makeup to sculpt the face shape, M.A.C. Cosmetics (on 125th Street in Harlem) directs shoppers to a shimmery powder that’s formulated with something it describes as “M.A.C. Mineral Complex.”
Not sure how many Harlemites using talcum powder, but on Tuesday, the Supreme Court rejected Johnson & Johnson’s appeal of a multibillion-dollar talcum powder verdict.
Fresh off its corporate rebranding campaign to make baby powder more appealing to millennials, Johnson & Johnson is once again facing scrutiny over whether the product is contaminated with asbestos and affecting users from Harlem to Hollywood.