Personal care products are chock full of chemicals that act like estrogen.
“The blood was quietly collected by the American Red Cross workers and sent to 2 independent laboratories…each person’s body was contaminated with hundreds of industrial chemical compounds….but the subjects of this study were unlike any other. These were newborn babies fresh from the womb”
Not Just a Pretty Face – The Ugly Side of the Beauty Industry. Page 1, Stacy. Malkin
How Can This Be True?
Major loopholes in U.S. federal law allow the $50 billion cosmetics industry to put unlimited amounts of chemicals into personal care products with no required testing, no monitoring of health effects and inadequate labeling requirements. In fact, cosmetics are among the least-regulated products on the market.
The FDA does not review – nor does it have the authority to regulate what goes into cosmetics before they are marketed to salons and consumers.
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