According to the Guardian, "A brief but telling piece of legislation was put forward in Connecticut in January. Just three lines in length, the bill calls for any cosmetics in the state to "meet the chemical safety standards established by the European Union' The move, unlikely to be made law, is the latest signal of mounting anguish over the enfeebled regulation of everyday products in the US compared with European countries. Across a span of cosmetics, including makeup, toothpaste and shampoo, to items ranging from household cleaners to fruit juice to cheese, hundreds of potentially harmful ingredients banned in the EU are legally allowed in the US. 'Many Americans are unaware that they are absorbing untested and unsafe chemicals in their products,'" said a state senator who put forward the Connecticut legislation. If you purchased cosmetics containing chemicals that were banned by the European Union, fill out your information below.