FINALLY… The Latest Token Skeptic Podcast – On Myths And Makeup!

This episode took ages to create – in fact, it’s the longest time I’ve ever taken to research and edit a podcast… I started interviewing for it last year. Then I had to give iTunes a solid kick in order to make sure it uploaded at all. Sorry, listeners, but it’s finally here, all for you!

Tremendous thanks to the three people I interviewed, for being so patient until it finally came out: Token Skeptic #115 -  On Myths And Makeup – Pseudoscience And Cosmetics. You can get the mp3 of it here, or subscribe to iTunes and get a whole bunch of the older episodes at the same time.

In the USA Perry Romanowski is a member of the Beauty Brains Podcast and the Chemists Corner Website, where he reviews cosmetic products and solves consumer problems. He most recently worked in the hair care innovation group at Alberto Culver, and has written and edited numerous articles and books, taught continuing education classes for industry scientists, and developed successful websites. His latest book is Beginning Cosmetic Chemistry – 3rd Edition published by Allured.

In UK - The Skeptical Beauty Blog is written by an anonymous beauty product addict in the UK, a scientist who loves data and has experience of working for the biggest cosmetics products producer in the world and knows all the insider secrets. That’s why we can’t show you her face on a podcast (or even tell you her name)!

In Australia Christopher Zinn joined CHOICE in 2007 as media spokesman, after an international career in journalism. In 2010 he became director of campaigns and communications. His achievements at CHOICE include the Shonkys, which showcase the worst and the CHOICE awards, which showcase the best.

Here’s a little teaser – this plays during the Christopher Zinn interview, as he was one of the people who helped make them happen:

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  • Beni

    Very cool, it’s a topic that should be investigated by skeptics more often. BTW, why do you ahve transcripts of your podcast isn’t the show enough? Makes it seem redundant.

    • Aliasalpha

      You’ve got to have transcripts, if nothing else just for the poor audiophiles who spend 30 grand on a shiny stereo, 15 grand each on speakers & connect them all with cables that cost 2 grand, imagine the effects of hearing the near inaudible distortion effects of MP3 compression through all that expensive gear. Won’t someone PLEASE think of the audiophiles?!?!?!

      Oh and I suppose deaf people as well…