The Poisons You Put On Your Face 1

Production Over Protection

Most skin care product manufacturers want a product that works. The trouble is they are willing to give up having a pure product in exchange for a product that:


• Costs less

• Is cheaper to make

• Looks more physically appealing

• Can sit on the shelf longer

There is a danger with this type of manufacturing process. When you change a product to make it cheaper rather than pure, the product ends up containing a lot of ingredients and chemicals that:


• Actually interfere with the intended purpose of the product

• Are useless

• Are potentially harmful


The companies that produce skin care products include these potentially harmful ingredients because they are cheap, easy alternatives to reach a desired result.

In the end, your body is forced to work overtime by reacting to and wanting to get rid of the foreign substances and chemicals in skin care products that interfere with the body’s ability to function as nature intended.

It’s Time to Bring the Evidence to Light

Since the FDA and the Cosmetic Industry lobbyists aren’t going to tell you the potential problems of the products you put on your skin, we’ve researched the risks and have put this report together so that you can be informed and can have the information you need to protect your health and the health of your family.


    Risky Chemicals


Phthalates (pronounced “thay-lates”), are chemical substances that are used in industrial settings to increase flexibility in plastic parts. They are in nearly everything that is made of soft plastic: baby bottles, sippy cups, pacifiers and teethers, water bottles, food storage containers, and the lining of many food and beverage cans. The problem with the various phthalates is that they don’t bond to the other chemicals they are added to, and as a result can be more easily absorbed by the body.

Phthalates are in over 75 percent of cosmetics, moisturizers, and anti-aging products, which are then absorbed into the human body. They work as a preservative in these cosmetic products by keeping them smelling and appearing fresh and by maintaining the colour of the product. This is an example of the manufacturing priorities we told you about earlier in this report – “production rather than protection.” Phthalates are also a common ingredient in artificial fragrances.

Research on phthalates have found worrisome links to childhood allergies and asthma, abnormal development of the reproductive system in infants, and most alarming, infertility and miscarriage. By putting phthalates on the most porous organ in the human body, you are directly absorbing them into your bloodstream and internal organs.

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