Enhancing Naturally Healthy Beauty
July 31, 2015
It is important to lower both the amount of chemicals that you are exposed to in your cosmetics and the hazards of the chemicals used.
Small exposures can add up when they come from many different sources and products that you use.
We do not know the effects of multiple additive exposures over a lifetime.
For example, the Cosmetic Ingredient Review, a research organization sponsored by the cosmetics industry, says that parabens are safe at the levels used in cosmetics.
However, what if you are getting parabens in 10 of the products you use? Do the effects add up to be more of a health concern?
Women of child-bearing age are especially susceptible, because they tend to use a lot of beauty products in the teens and twenties.
Also many chemicals can be passed on to an unborn child.
Keep It Clean!
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!
Ten Reasons Why You Need to Detoxify
February 20, 2017
Who is responsible for regulating the safety of cosmetics?
December 2, 2015
Cleaning with Marie Kondo!
August 5, 2015
Why Are Phthalates So Bad?
August 4, 2015
How Much Have I Lowered My Chemical Body Burden?
August 3, 2015
Let's Take the "Cosmetics Challenge" Again!
August 2, 2015
Kookie says "Keep it Natural!"
August 1, 2015
Why is Lowering Your Chemical Body Burden Important?
What are the Hazards of the Products I Used?
July 30, 2015
Face Naturals Skin Care Products
February 2017 (1)
December 2015 (1)
August 2015 (5)
July 2015 (8)