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TOXIN WHERE USED WHAT IT DOES HEALTH HAZARD
Acesulfame K Food products and carbonated drinks Artificial sweetener Possible carcinogen; disrupts thyroid function
Aspartame (NutraSweet)  Used in soft drinks Sugar substitute Seizures, headaches and dizziness. Can activate cancer hormones in humans
Benzaldehyde Perfume, hairspray, laundry and dishwasher products Fragrance CNS depressant; causes kidney damage and irritation to lungs, throat, eyes
Benzyl Acetate Perfume, fabric softener, deodorant Fragrance and food flavouring; also a solvent Irritates respiratory tract. Carcinogenic, linked to pancreatic cancer
Bisphenol-A (BPA) In plastic bottles used by the food and toiletries industry Chemical used to harden plastics; synthetic oestrogen Damages DNA and sperm in men; mimics oestrogen and disrupts hormones
Bronopol Facial exfoliants, moisturisers, make-up removers, body wash Anti-bacterial preservative in cosmetic and pharmaceuticals Releases formaldehyde and carcinogenic nitrosamines
Butyl benzyl phthalate Floor tiles; upholstery Plasticizer for vinyl and foam products CarciButyl benzyl phthalatenogenic
Colours (e.g. Tartrazine, Sunset yellow, etc) Used in cosmetics and food products (juices, cereals, coffee) Add artificial colouring All coal tar dyes are carcinogenic; evidence that colours may react with other chemical ingredients
Di-,Tri-, Mono-ethanolamine (DEA, TEA and MEA) Children's bubble bath, shower gel, shampoo, facial cleansers Foaming agent Hormone disruptor; can release cancer causing nitrosamines; liver and kidney cancer
Diethylhexyl phthalate (DEHP) Fragrance base in perfumery and cosmetic products Used a plasticizer in PVC and plastic products Damages gastro-intestinal and respiratory tracts; endocrine disruptor; can cause irregular heart patterns
DMDM Hydantoin Antiperspirants, multiple skin and hair products Formaldehyde-forming preservative Joint pain, depression, headaches, insomnia, asthma
Fluoride Toothpaste, water, food products Allegedly prevents cavities and strengthens teeth Neuro toxin associated with dementia, depression and central nervous system disorders
High Fructose Corn Syrup Used in fruit drinks, desserts and cakes Food sweetener Causes obesity, raises cholesterol and increases risk of diabetes, liver damage and stroke
Hydrogenated Oil Margarine, spreads, crackers and biscuits Increases the shelf-life of food products Linked to heart disease, cell deterioration and nutritional deficiencies
Hydroquinone Skin products Skin lightener and moisturiser Has been shown to cause skin cancer in rats
Imidazolidinyl Urea Baby bath soap, body products, nail polish, antiperspirants Antimicrobial preservative Releases formaldehyde. Asthma, chronic fatigue, heart palpitations; carcinogenic
Isopropyl alcohol Hair colourants, body and hand lotions, after-shave A solvent and denaturant (toxic substance that changes another substance's natural qualities) Depression, headaches, dizziness, nausea, narcosis
Lead and Mercury Hair dye, amalgam fillings, infant vaccinations Preservative Neuro toxin, also linked with ADHD
Limonene Shaving cream, air freshener, varnish remover Fragrance and food flavouring; insecticide Respiratory problems. Carcinogenic
Linalool Hand lotion, shaving cream, after shave and perfume Mainly used as a  fragrance; but also flea and cockroach insecticide; mosquito repellent Eczema; Central nervous system disruptor. Narcotic. Attracts bees and wasps.
Methylene chloride Aerosol sprays, paint stripper; tea and coffee Solvent used to decaffeinate coffee and tea Carcinogen and CNS disruptor; reduces the amount of oxygen in the blood
Nano particles Sunscreens, make-up, mascara, eyeshadow, antiperspirant Micro-fine particle technology (smaller than 100 nanometers) Faster absorption of
chemical ingredient; greater damage to skin and organs
Petrolatum (Mineral Oil) Baby Oil, vaseline Surfactant and binding agent Acne, premature skin ageing. Inhibits skin's ability to breathe and expel toxins
Monosodium glutamate Used in sausages, salad dressing, canned soup and fizzy drinks Increases the shelf-life of instant and ready-made food An excito-toxin that suppresses nerve impulses and causes cell death
Parabens Multiple toiletries and cosmetic products Preservative Implicated in breast cancer due to oestrogenic properties
Propylene glycol (PG), (PEG) Used in anti-freeze,  brake fluid, shampoo, shower gel, moisturizers Industrial wetting agent and solvent Dermatitis, liver and kidney damage
Silica Face powder, eyeshadow Caking agent Easily inhaled; crystalline silica listed as carcinogenic
Sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS) Engine de-greaser used in shampoo, toothpaste, etc Foaming agent Forms cancer-causing nitrosamines  when reacting with other chemicals. Damage to eyes and skin; collects in heart, lungs, liver and brain
Sodium nitrite Used in foods like sausages, bacon and other processed meat products Colour-fixing chemical used to create red pigment in meat Potentially carcinogenic
Triclosan Soaps, toothpastes and deodorants Anti-bacterial Central nervous system disruption. Detected in breast milk; interferes with testosterone

How your body becomes overloaded with  toxic pollutants

The moment you  shower and start WASHING your body with shower gel and shampoo (sodium lauryl sulfate, cocoamide DEA, parabens) your body begins to absorb a toxic soup of nasty chemicals.

 

 
After showering you apply deodorant (DMDM Hydantoin, imidazolidinyl urea, limonene), make-up, eyeshadow (propylene glycol, bronopol, formaldehyde), mascara (nano particles) and perfume (isopropyl alcohol, phthalates and fragrance)...
 
 
Read the label on any toiletry or cosmetic product – as well as household cleaning products, air fresheners and scented candles – and you’re more than likely to come across the word ‘fragrance’ or 'perfume / parfum'.
 
Sounds pretty innocuous doesn’t it?
 
But, according to the Journal Of The American College Of Toxicology, this could be any one or any combination of more than 3,000 different synthetic chemical ingredients.
 
And because manufacturers are allowed to guard their special blend of fragrance as a trade secret, none of these 3,000+ chemicals EVER get listed on the label.
 
But don’t for one minute think that it ends there.
 
 
Many toiletries and cosmetics labels use flowery language designed to make you think that they are completely safe.
 
More than this, they’ll even try to brainwash you that they’re doing you good… even making you healthier!
 
They’ll use words like ‘natural’, ‘organic’, ‘gentle’, ‘revitalising’….
 
They’ll tell you that the product is hypo-allergenic, that it will nourish your skin and keep it healthy…
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