After 18 months of fighting for clean air, Alexandra Collins thought that she could leave ethylene oxide behind. But then, she found that the pollutant is an ingredient in many cosmetics that women and girls use today. She combined her computer science skills and her advocacy work and partnered with a friend to create an app that reviews cosmetics products with the mission of keeping girls and women safe from the harms of EtO.
Author: Brynne O'Hare
Brynne O’Hare is a 14-year-old writer based in Chicago. She is passionate about creating change through literature, and is involved in the climate change initiative, mental health destigmatization, and the feminist movement.