Tag: tween jewelry

Styles for Less? More like Styles with Lead!


Yes, once again, the Center for Environmental Health has discovered another retailer selling lead-tainted jewelry .  Styles for Less, a “junior and misses retail store”, markets to young “tween” and teenage girls, who are particularly at risk from lead exposures, as are women of child-bearing age.  Testing commissioned by CEH has found extremely high levels…

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CEH Action Prompts Nationwide Jewelry Recall


Following an investigation and legal action earlier this year by the Center for Environmental Health, the Consumer Product Safety Commission and Tween Brands today announced a recall of 19 styles of children’s metal necklaces, bracelets and earrings due to high levels of cadmium. About 137,000 pieces of jewelry were pulled from the company’s Justice and…

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