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Think Dirty – Shop Clean
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Health & Fitness||3.4.1||October 06, 2017||4.85|
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Version 3.4.1 released on October 06, 2017
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Version 3.4.0 released on October 05, 2017
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Version 3.3.2 released on August 04, 2017
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Version 3.3.1 released on July 31, 2017
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Think Dirty is the easiest way to learn about the potentially toxic ingredients in your cosmetics and personal care products. It’s an independent source that allows you to compare products as you shop. Just scan the product barcode and Think Dirty will give you easy-to-understand info on the product, track dirty ingredients and shop for cleaner options • Barcode Scanning: over 550,000+ cosmetics and personal care products majority from Canada and the U.S. are currently in our database. • Dirty Meter® a comprehensive rating is given, along with detailed (but easy-to-understand) information on ingredients, certifications, and health impacts. • My Bathroom Rating: keep track of what’s already in your bathroom. Learn your current bathroom rating, and track your progress on “cleaning” it up. • Shopping lists: save products to make shopping faster and easier. • Buy it now: buy products directly from Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.uk • UPC Submission: Are we missing a product? Scan and submit a barcode for us to look into. For registered users who submitted products, we thank you and will notify you once they are in our database. As mentioned in: O Magazine, NPR, Fast Company, Huffington Post, TED Blog, Allure Magazine, The Atlantic, PSFK, New York Magazine, Buzzfeed, Consumer Reports ShopSmart Magazine, Global News, Toronto Star, City TV, CTV, App Central, Brit + Co, Refinery 29, Telegraph, The Guardian, Design Taxi 25+ Apps To Make Your Everyday Life Easier – TED Blog 7 New Beauty Apps You Need to Download Now – Allure Magazine 26 Underrated Apps Every Twentysomething Should Download Right Now – BuzzFeed The Beauty And Fashion Apps You Need To Download, ASAP – Glamour Magazine UK “It helps me make informed choices on products that I am bringing home.” – TED Blog Staff, Kyle Shearer "Tse's quest for greater transparency is personal. Her mother is a breast cancer survivor, so she's sensitive to hidden dangers in the products around us." – Fast Co. Exist "Think Dirty miiiight be the best app ever" – Grist "Buying safe cosmetics has never been easier." – Ecouterre "Brilliant idea: 'Think Dirty' app tells you the ingredients in your cosmetics." – Inside.com Jason Calacanis "Think Dirty is an app that makes figuring out exactly what you’re slathering on your face, lips, bod (and, yikes, then washing down the drain) as easy as snapping a picture." – Brit + Co. "An App That Helps You Find the Safest Make-up." – The Atlantic "With a tool like Think Dirty, consumers can help find and promote good companies that are using nontoxic ingredients. You shouldn’t have to be a toxicologist to know how to find safer products." – Janet Nudelman, Campaign for Safe Cosmetics "I love knowing the health impact of what's on my bathroom shelf. Every consumer of beauty products needs this free app" – Karina Birch, Founder of Rocky Mountain Soap As a small team, we are working diligently to accommodate the overwhelmingly positive amount of users' submissions (especially from our international users) to our database. We appreciate constructive feedbacks. Please email us at email@example.com if you have comments or suggestions.
Think Dirty – Shop Clean Ranking History | Health & Fitness
Think Dirty – Shop Clean daily app ranking in Health & Fitness category for the last 30 days.
Think Dirty – Shop Clean Worldwide Rankings | Health & Fitness
Think Dirty – Shop Clean rankings per country in Health & Fitness category.
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