Acting as a consumer voice and third party for brands, SCA is continuously propelling the beauty industry to exclude and restrict potentially harmful chemicals from their products. Safe Cosmetics Australia is calling all brands to provide ingredient transparency and to leave out chemicals that are known to be toxic or associated with triggering allergies and skin irritation. SCA campaigns to improve the standards of cosmetics, personal care and household products. Governing the terms Australian Certified Toxic-Free®, Made Safe® and Allergy Certified® SCA's registered Australian trademarks are licensed to brands that pledge to uphold greater manufacturing principles. With so much MIS information in the beauty industry it is wonderful to have the backing of such a consumer advocate based body. Andrea Taylor has been a very vocal voice about spray tan safety for over 20 years and was instrumental in advocating the removal of Propylene glycol from spray tan solutions. " It was horrible how many brands have Petro chemicals in them and every chance I got to tell the world about them I did. Eventually brands began to change the chemicals in them. We have a responsibility to ensure people's health and I particularly are interested in women's health. Considering most of the spray tan clients and spray tanners are females, I feel a tremendous amount of responsibly to protect all of us.