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Endocrine Disruptors in Cosmetics

Endocrine disrupters in Cosmetics

 

Most toiletries and cosmetics contain “endocrine disruptors.” Products that list “fragrance,” triclosan, microban and antibacterial soaps contain phthalates.

 

These synthetic chemicals block normal hormonal function and scramble chemical messengers. These contaminates suppress immune function, cause diabetes, obesity, infertility, hyperactivity, low IQ and low thyroid. When these chemicals are absorbed by a fetus or an infant, they alter how their organs develop, which cannot be reversed.

 

The tiniest amounts of diethyl phthalates hijack hormone receptors and block synthesis of our natural hormones. They are evident in mother’s milk and should be pulled from the market. Presently, these chemicals are not always listed on toiletries.

 

Other products containing endocrine disruptors include separators in moisturizers, rigid water bottles, flame retardants and “emerging chemicals.” These include Teflon, Gore-Tex and Scotchguard. The U.S. government has not banned any hazardous chemicals. The EPA tried to ban asbestos in 1989 and failed. It is the consumers’ responsibility to avoid products containing chemical endocrine disruptors and demand that they be banned from the market. Europe did this through the REACH program 10 years ago with many beneficial results.

 

Aromahealthtexas offers contaminant free skin and haircare products using organically grown essential oils and nonhazardous ingredients. Therapeutic topical blends assist your body’s natural healing processes and include these aromablends: Toxic Thyroid, Detox , Regenerate and Environmental in concentrates and sprays.

 

For more information go to www.aromahealthtexas.com or call Dr. Judy Griffin at 1-800-496-2125 for questions or consultations.

 

Endocrine disrupters in Cosmetics

 

Most toiletries and cosmetics contain “endocrine disruptors.” Products that list “fragrance,” triclosan, microban and antibacterial soaps contain phthalates.

 

These synthetic chemicals block normal hormonal function and scramble chemical messengers. These contaminates suppress immune function, cause diabetes, obesity, infertility, hyperactivity, low IQ and low thyroid. When these chemicals are absorbed by a fetus or an infant, they alter how their organs develop, which cannot be reversed.

 

The tiniest amounts of diethyl phthalates hijack hormone receptors and block synthesis of our natural hormones. They are evident in mother’s milk and should be pulled from the market. Presently, these chemicals are not always listed on toiletries.

 

Other products containing endocrine disruptors include separators in moisturizers, rigid water bottles, flame retardants and “emerging chemicals.” These include Teflon, Gore-Tex and Scotchguard. The U.S. government has not banned any hazardous chemicals. The EPA tried to ban asbestos in 1989 and failed. It is the consumers’ responsibility to avoid products containing chemical endocrine disruptors and demand that they be banned from the market. Europe did this through the REACH program 10 years ago with many beneficial results.

 

Aromahealthtexas offers contaminant free skin and haircare products using organically grown essential oils and nonhazardous ingredients. Therapeutic topical blends assist your body’s natural healing processes and include these aromablends: Toxic Thyroid, Detox , Regenerate and Environmental in concentrates and sprays.

 

For more information go to www.aromahealthtexas.com or call Dr. Judy Griffin at 1-800-496-2125 for questions or consultations.

 

Endocrine disrupters in Cosmetics

 

Most toiletries and cosmetics contain “endocrine disruptors.” Products that list “fragrance,” triclosan, microban and antibacterial soaps contain phthalates.

 

These synthetic chemicals block normal hormonal function and scramble chemical messengers. These contaminates suppress immune function, cause diabetes, obesity, infertility, hyperactivity, low IQ and low thyroid. When these chemicals are absorbed by a fetus or an infant, they alter how their organs develop, which cannot be reversed.

 

The tiniest amounts of diethyl phthalates hijack hormone receptors and block synthesis of our natural hormones. They are evident in mother’s milk and should be pulled from the market. Presently, these chemicals are not always listed on toiletries.

 

Other products containing endocrine disruptors include separators in moisturizers, rigid water bottles, flame retardants and “emerging chemicals.” These include Teflon, Gore-Tex and Scotchguard. The U.S. government has not banned any hazardous chemicals. The EPA tried to ban asbestos in 1989 and failed. It is the consumers’ responsibility to avoid products containing chemical endocrine disruptors and demand that they be banned from the market. Europe did this through the REACH program 10 years ago with many beneficial results.

 

Aromahealthtexas offers contaminant free skin and haircare products using organically grown essential oils and nonhazardous ingredients. Therapeutic topical blends assist your body’s natural healing processes and include these aromablends: Toxic Thyroid, Detox , Regenerate and Environmental in concentrates and sprays.

 

For more information go to www.aromahealthtexas.com or call Dr. Judy Griffin at 1-800-496-2125 for questions or consultations.

 

  • judy griffin
  • Hand; Face and Body care