Popular Beauty Products Contain Suspicious Chemicals – are you using them?

popular beauty products contain suspicious chemicalsPopular Beauty Products Contain Suspicious Chemicals

If you use cosmetics, you really need to read this…  It’s titled “The 5 Suspect Ingredients That Could Cost the Beauty Industry $20 Million”, and it talks about how popular beauty products contain suspicious chemicals.

Many years ago, I was looking through a TV Guide at my parents’ house, and noticed an “ad” talking about how rabbits were used for cosmetic testing.  I had no clue, and this was the beginning of me taking notice of cosmetics and how they were made.

A client sent me a link to a wonderful post that I feel is so important to your health and well being that I want to share it with you today.  It’s about 5 ingredients regularly used in your cosmetics that are really harmful.  In part, the post reads:

“The recent buzz around Wen Hair Care — and the Food and Drug Administration’s warning that its cleansing conditioners have generated thousands of consumer complaints about rashes and bald spots — has refocused attention on the potential dangers of beauty products. It’s also reignited debate around proposed legislation that could tighten up FDA oversight of such products and their ingredients.”

This may make you wonder what those ingredients might be and if they are in the products you currently use…  Read on…

“Chief among those to be scrutinized are five suspect chemicals, including formaldehyde and lead, commonly found in cosmetics — from CoverGirl, Neutrogena, Vaseline, Almay, Coppertone, Aveeno, and many more major brands, available at pretty much any major retailer across the country.”

Here’s a link so you can read the entire post.  You need to know which popular beauty products contain suspicious chemicals and what those ingredients are.  It’s important information you should have so you can make healthy informed choices about the products you put on your skin which, by the way, happens to be your body’s largest organ!

Helping You Achieve Major Wellness in Your Life!

Cheryl A Major, CNWC

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