Toxins in cosmetics here are some facts.
Are you using any of these products with hidden surprises?
Just when you thought it was safe, take a little trip to the fancy department store. Try out some perfume and new color ideas and then learn how you may be harming yourself. Check out this article to learn what may be lurking in your cosmetic drawers.
With the discovery of dangerous levels of lead in lipstick, formaldehyde in nail polish, and potential carcinogens and hormone disruptors like parabens, phthalates, and sulfates in just about everything else, it’s become increasingly clear that the FDA needs to be more aggressively involved in what we put on our faces and bodies. But you still wouldn’t expect to find a highly toxic ingredient, classified as a cancer-causing substance by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, in your highlighter — let alone a highlighter marketed toward children.
Going green even in the makeup aisle may be a wise decision.