Chemicals Marine

By · Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

Chemicals Marine

You and your loved ones can be a repository of toxic chemicals without even knowing it. It's the ugly side of the business of beauty – many cosmetics and creams popular are laced with toxic chemicals. Learn simple ways to prevent and choose safe and effective products that support good health and healthy relationships with all the people you love.

Why be concerned about the products are put on the skin?

What you lather on the skin is absorbed into your body and ends in the bloodstream.

Health experts warn that many popular products we use to look their best, including toothpaste, soap, shampoo, conditioner, makeup and moisturizers contain toxic chemicals that can accelerate aging and damage to our health. For that it is important to read labels every body care product you buy and choose wisely.

Is it wise to buy only "natural" products?

There are no standards for what "Natural" means. I bought "natural" products from health food store that had assumed were safe and healthy for me and my family, only to discover that also contained toxic ingredients.

Once I read the official list of products toxic chemicals to avoid, I began to return products with these chemicals and the purchase of safer alternatives.

What products toxic chemicals we avoid in beauty and grooming products?

In 2003, an eco-cycle of Article 59 lists the toxic ingredients found in popular cosmetics and creams to avoid – not only because they are harmful to humans, but also drift down the drain and sewer system in which contaminate soil and waterways and poison marine life and plants.

Three types of chemicals used to preserve or add color to most of personal care products are suspected or known carcinogins: formaldehyde (such as sodium lauryl sulfate), the colors of coal tar (listed as FD & C and D & C) and lead.

Instead of taking a list of 59 toxic chemicals for you to store, consider the following chemicals as Dirty Dozen – the top 12 ingredients to avoid in your beauty and body care products:

sodium laurel sulfate
Sodium laureth sulfate
Triclosan (found in antibacterial products)
Parabens (Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, p-Propylparaben, Isobutylparaben, N-Butylparaben and benzylparaben) mineral oil
oil
DEA Diethanolamine
Cocamide DEA
DEA Lauramide
alpha and beta hydroxy acids
talc
lanolin
phthalates

How to choose safe alternatives?

They are safe, effective alternatives for each toxic chemical. A simple strategy is to buy organic products with quality ingredients of foods that nourish and protect without the ingestion of pesticides or dangerous chemicals.

This is how men, women and children can look and feel better, while supporting healthy relationships with everyone you love.

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