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If you're concerned about the harmful chemicals hidden in cosmetics and toiletries, you may want to review this excellent article by Colleen Huber (link above). Her article focuses on parabens, but she wisely advises you to avoid any synthethetic products as much as practically possible, to reduce your cancer risk.
It's a major concern. The Environmental Working Group found that only 28 common cosmetics and toiletries out of 7,500 had all of their ingredients fully tested for safety.
It's important to recognize that whatever you spread on your skin can be absorbed into your bloodstream and potentially cause some serious damage to your body. If you want to learn about the potential toxicity of your cosmetics, I urge you to review the EWG"s extensive "Skin Deep Report."
To keep yourself safe, switch over to natural cleaning products and natural brands of toiletries, including shampoo, toothpaste, antiperspirants and cosmetics.
Some of Colleen Huber's excellent suggestions for healthier, natural alternatives include:
If you are concerned about the numerous toxic chemicals we are exposed to on a daily basis, I strongly urge you to read Our Toxic World: A Wake Up Call. The author, Dr. Doris Rapp, does a thorough job of uncovering the many ways we are exposed to toxic chemicals and how they take a toll on our health and contribute to many chronic diseases.
It's important to recognize that whatever you spread on your skin is frequently being absorbed into your bloodstream and potentially cause some serious damage to your body. If you want to learn about the potential toxicity of your cosmetics, I urge you to review the EWG's extensive "Skin Deep Report."