Hazardous chemicals found in Adidas, Nike and Puma products.
Leading sportswear brands decline to inform their customers about the hazardous chemicals they use.

Fortunately Greenpeace test these products and publish the information for all of us to read.

1 comment:

  1. As an example; if you wear Adidas sports antiperspirant next to your skin, by law Adidas have to provide you with a list of the chemical ingredients on the packaging. If you decide to wear an Adidas moisture-wicking anti-bacterial sports shirt next to your sweating skin they don't have to tell you anything about the chemicals they use. It is also worth noting that Adidas decline to show a list of the ingredients for their sports antiperspirant on their web site.