Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Top Toxins in Personal Hygiene Products

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You can still learn what top toxins to avoid in your bath and body indulgences in this post on Bath, Body, and Beauty!


  1. Thanks for this info! It's amazing to me that businesses care more about making a profit than about people's health. Where have morals gone anyway?

  2. I've realized that it's virtually impossible to escape from these "evil agents". They are all around!

  3. Melissa- I agree! I don't understand how some business owners can justify putting their customers' health at risk for a little extra profit.

    Weird Amiga- It really is! You have to be super careful if they concern you, and ever watchful of ingredients. Still, I've realized that sometimes you do have to make sacrifices. Never using any products containing these toxins again is just not realistic for everyone. I feel bath and body artisans should strive to give buyers the best options and alternatives.

    Thanks for leaving your thoughts!

  4. Thanks for posting this. Just bought my toddler some sunscreen today so I'm going to check the ingredient list before I use it!

    Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

  5. This is scary, to say the least. Thank you for sharing this information. I recently stopped using shampoo and replaced it with baking soda, and haven't used nail polished for 6 years but as I can see there are quite a lot of other things I have to part with.

    I sometimes wonder why on Earth should we do that to ourselves...

  6. Oh boy! Before we know it we'll all be sitting in a stainless steel room on a stainless steel chair. Unless they find out that is harmful.

    It seems like everyday they find new dangers. It's getting pretty scary out there! I think we all need to educate ourselves so we can pick and choose our demons or remove them entirely.

    Great information. Thanks for posting.

  7. Tricia- Thanks for sharing the love, too!

    Kanelstrand- In the name of beauty... lol Still, some things I'm a bit more lax about in my own products. I've done my homework, and I encourage everyone to do the same. Thanks for stopping by!

    Sher- I think there are few things that on a broad spectrum don't hurt some/all of us. It is up to us to sift through those things most important and those things that are like indulging in a double cheeseburger every once in a while... not so great, but something you just have to indulge in now and again. Thanks for your input!


  8. Scary! I'll have to start paying more attention to the labels. Thanks for sharing.

  9. thanks for posting this depressing that companies continue to do this...


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