Today’s Natural Remedy: How safe are your Personal Care Products?
Did you know that your personal care items play a very important part in your health? What you put on your body ultimately seeps through the skin into the bloodstream. Many personal care products have alcohol and/or other harsh chemicals that can be dangerous over a period of time causing many health issues from rashes to cancer. The Chemical 1, 4 dioxane is found in shampoos and conditioners formulated with SLS or SLES. These chemicals may be responsible for health issues from male infertility, PMS and menopause symptoms due to their estrogen-like effects on the body. Propylene glycol (antifreeze) and SLS or SLES are commonly found in: Adhesives, After shave, Baby powder, Baby wipes, Bubble bath, Cleansing cream, Hair Conditioners, Cosmetics/Makeup, Degreasers, De-icers, Deodorant, Fabric softener, Hair coloring, Moisturizers, Mouth Wash, Paint, Rubber cleaner, Shampoos, Soap, Stain removers, Tire sealant, Toothpaste and more. Please read the labels see what ingredients you are putting in and on your body. You may be surprised. For more information on soap visit: The Danger of Soap
Wash out soap holders, left over or old soap can go rancid.
Did you know the average woman uses 12 different personal care products daily that contain hazardous chemicals that have been linked to some disease, illness, or condition?
Let’s do the Research and Better our Lives…Knowledge is Power!
Today’s Positive Affirmation:
I know I can do this! Knowledge & Understanding conquer fear,
leading me to fulfill my Dreams, my Destiny….
I will be still go inside myself, to get to know myself.
There I will see all my Unique and Rare Beautiful Treasures.
Know you can be healthier in 45 days with Discipline, Dedication & Consistency!
It is truly your choice….
NaAshaRa Yvette Bacote-El: Author of “Winning the Game of Life – A 45 Day Guide to Healthy Lifestyle”
Note: One Destiny Publishing Inc, Dherbs.com share this information with the intent of educational purposes. If you have any health issues or concerns please consult your healthcare provider.