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  • Microbeads are tiny plastic pellets found in body washes, facial scrubs, toothpaste, and more
  • The microbeads go down your drain, through the filters at most wastewater treatment plants and out into the environment
  • Plastic microbeads absorb toxins from the water and are eaten by a wide variety of marine life and, ultimately, by humans as well

By Dr. Mercola

Microbeads are advertised as the perfect way to exfoliate your skin, stave off acne, and even keep your teeth clean. But these tiny beads, which are found in body washes, toothpastes, facial scrubs, and many other personal care products, are nothing more than tiny bits of plastic.

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