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The Worst Toxic Skin Care Ingredients That Damage Your Health

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In recent years, we have witnessed a shift in popular brands of skincare products from making them with toxic ingredients with petroleum product derivatives to more natural plant derived ingredients. Even though this shift can seemingly be viewed as a step back in time to the ways of our ancestors, nevertheless it should definitely be considered as a modern day advancement because we finally realized that we ought to eliminate toxins from our body both from inside and outside in order for us to reflect our true natural beauty.

Since government regulations allow pretty much any ingredient to be used in the manufacturing of personal products that we use daily on our skin, hair, and nails, it only makes sense that a lot of people are turning to the wisdom of our ancestors. Before I made my switch to organic natural skin products, I thought that eating organic food was enough to make a life long contribution to my health. It had never dawned on me that using organic natural products on my skin was just as important. And now it’s all I have. I either make my own or buy 100% natural products.

First and most of all, natural skin care products are much safer for us since our skin quickly absorbs mostly everything we put on it (to be exact, up to 60% of what you put on your skin will be absorbed into the bloodstream).
Natural skin care products are tested and tried and they have been around for centuries. Synthetic skin care products are being tested constantly on animals and then used by people.

In a May 2007 Issue, The Baltimore Sun states that, more than 200 chemicals — many found in urban air and everyday consumer products — caused breast cancer in animal tests (according to a compilation of scientific reports published today).

Writing in a publication for the American Cancer Society, researchers said that reducing exposure to these compounds could prevent many women from developing the diseases. The research team from five institutions analyzed a growing body of evidence that links environmental contaminants to breast cancer, the leading killer of U.S. women in their late 30s to early 50s.

Toxic Skin Care Ingredients

Some of the harmful ingredients that are often used in most common non-organic skin care and make-up items are:

  • Mercury
  • Dioxane
  • Nitrosamines
  • DEA
  • Cyclomethicone
  • Ammonium Laureth Sulfate
  • Alcohol, Isopropyl (SD-40)
  • Polyethylene Glycol
  • Polyethylene ethenol

These toxins spread through the body, damaging your health.

This is why you need to buy organic  natural  products

Using a 100% natural skin product eliminates this decision all together. However, finding all natural skin care products can be a wearisome task. The rule of the thumb is to look at the list of preservatives. If the product is using a natural preservative, you can assume the product is to be completely natural. The other way, and probably the safest, is to make a totally natural skin care product yourself. Here is a great article on Determining the ‘Naturalness’ of a product.
In conclusion, one way to reduce your exposure to chemicals is to use organic natural products.  And as a final thought, don’t put oils on your skin that you wouldn’t put in your mouth.

Plus, if you’d like to learn more tips for looking younger naturally, then get yourself a copy of:  The Aging Solution: A Practical Guide. Take Years off Your Face with Simple Natural Ingredients

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