Sunday, December 13, 2009

Blog Disclosure Policy

I have been reading disclosure policies on many blogs per the new FTC regulation (which basically says that if you receive any kind of compensation - from money to freebies - you need to point that out to readers). I've posted several times before that I buy everything out of my own pocket, don't accept any kind of freebies, and am not paid to endorse any product or company. Maybe I should change my name to The Pocket Change Princess.

Paraben Free Princess Blog Disclosure Policy

This policy is valid from 13 December 2009 / Updated 12 December 2014

This is a personal blog written and edited by myself. I write it for my own purposes.  I am not a doctor, chemist or makeup expert.  I am just another consumer trying to figure out the good from the bad on the store shelves.  I believe that manufacturers do not have our health and welfare in mind when they create and sell their products.  I spend a good deal of my free time searching out new items I consider to be 'worthy' of my readers.

I purchase all items reviewed myself.  I am not paid to endorse or negatively review any products.  Opinions and experiences are my own unless otherwise stated.

In November 2011, I added Google Adsense to the website.  I have fought against any type of advertising on my blog for years, but I simply don't have the disposable income to constantly buy and try new products.  Any proceeds gained by these ads will go toward the purchase of products for this blog.

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  1. I respect this so much. Did you hear that someone bought out EWG? I'm trying to find out if that was true because a cosmetic company put that out there recently. Hmm....

    My best, Lynn

  2. The Federal Trade Commission is required. All bloggers pay for posts. Reveals when receiving free products. Advertising is needed to help create a level of transparency among readers.