not just the food folks

not just the food folks

Postby pitano1 » Mon Apr 04, 2011 5:28 pm

http://www.anewlife.co.uk/toxic-toiletries.html

a gift from great grandady rockerfeller,via the petro chemical industry.

and dont forget,to thank him, and his pals,for the big pharma,that they financed.

so they can `treat`us....not cure us,and make `loadsa money`

allso as dear old, aldous huxley,pointed out, in his `brave new world`its well andy for
dumbing us down.

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Re: not just the food folks

Postby holy vehm » Mon Apr 04, 2011 6:24 pm

I often read the labels on things when im in the bath/shower and im amazed at how many chemicals it takes to make something. The worst is womens products and the amount of them, a woman is basically covering herself in chemicals from head to toe, everyday. This MUST be contributing to cancers in women.
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Re: not just the food folks

Postby kevin » Mon Apr 04, 2011 7:08 pm

who uses a deodorant?

Seven ingredients that must not be in your deodorant:

First, your deodorant should not be made of aluminum chlorohydrate, aluminum zirconium tetrachlorohydrex gly or any aluminum compounds. If it enters your blood, aluminum can be absorbed and accumulated in the body. According to some research there may be an association between aluminum and Alzheimer's disease.

If you read any of the following components on your deodorant label, do not buy it: methyl, ethyl, propyl, benzyl and butyl. These are called parabens and they are toluene derivatives, which is a toxic petrochemical compound. If you swallow or you inhale it, you get intoxicated. Even the contact with the skin is dangerous. Research has proven that toluene has a harmful effect on the reproductive system, after repeated exposure of the body to the substance. Plus, parabens are believed to be responsible for the development of cancer, as they act like estrogen in animals and in tissue cultures, according to some researches made from 2000 till now.

The third dangerous ingredient is called triclosan. This is a pesticide, as it is classified by FDA, and if it enters in contact with the skin, it kills all the bacteria, good or bad, that live on the skin. Contact with triclosan may cause dermatitis and it is also believed that it contains some carcinogenic contaminants. Usually, triclosan is stored in the body fat.

Be very careful when it comes to talc. After studies made by the Agency for Research on Cancer, it has been discovered that talc is carginogen, as it has asbestiform fibers in its composition. So, if you read it on the label of the deodorant you want to buy, you better skin that product.

Other potentially dangerous ingredient that can be found in deodorants is propylene glycol. If it is carcinogenic or not, it is not yet known, but NIOSH established that propylene glycol is a neurotoxin and it may cause kidney or liver diseases. Exposure to propylene glycol may lead to allergies.

Your deodorant should not contain an ingredient called silica. It irritates the skin and it can have crystalline quartz in it, which is a carcinogen substance.

Pay attention if one of the ingredients is steareth-n, with n being any number. It can be obtain from vegetal sources, but it reacts with ethylene oxide, which is carcinogen.


So..how many people use one everyday?
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Re: not just the food folks

Postby jonboy » Mon Apr 04, 2011 7:43 pm

Is there any known brands of deodorant that are ok to use?
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Re: not just the food folks

Postby kevin » Mon Apr 04, 2011 7:53 pm

jonboy wrote:Is there any known brands of deodorant that are ok to use?


you could try these listed on care2 http://www.care2.com/greenliving/kids-body-odor-and-safe-deodorants.html#



http://www.thecrystal.com/
http://albabotanica.com/?id=67
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Postby jonboy » Mon Apr 04, 2011 8:09 pm

Cool :yes: Also found some on Holland & Barret.
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Re: not just the food folks

Postby BaldBeardyDude » Mon Apr 04, 2011 8:47 pm

Tesco's do one for the ladies called BIONSEN - japanese spa salts!

I'm an old spice man meself though :giggle:

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Re: not just the food folks

Postby Prajna » Mon Apr 04, 2011 9:53 pm

Or just eat good food and keep clean. Then you don't need any.
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Re: not just the food folks

Postby jonboy » Tue Apr 05, 2011 7:45 pm

Ok got somw roll-on today from Holland & Barrett. It is Dr. Organic and was £5.75! But the good news is its Aluminium Free, SLS free, Paraben free and Triclosan free. It still has chemicals on the ingredients list but none of the aforementioned. :yes: I am going to slowly upgrade all my bathroom stuff to SLS free over the next week or so. They also do Flouride free toothpaste, I already use Euthymol but might try some Dr.organic. :mrgreen:
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