Top Toxins to Avoid in Consumer Products
Toxic chemicals, additives and preservatives are commonly used in consumer products like cooking tools, clothing, personal care and more – and many are not even required to disclose the materials used to make them. Many of these materials have been researched and recently linked to health problems like endocrine disruption, organ damage, and even cancer. These are the top “Dirty Dozen” to avoid.
The "Dirty Baker's Dozen" Toxins to Avoid Include
Aluminum; Aluminum Chloride; Chlorohydrate and Zirconium
Coal Tar (FD&C Blue 1, Green 3)
Parabens; Methyl-, Propyl-, Butyl-, Isopropyl-, and Ethyl-
Petrochemicals; Petrolatum; Parrafin or Mineral Oil
Pthalates; Dibutyl (DBP), Diethyl (DEH), Diethylhexyl (DEHP)
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLS)
Triclosan and Triclocarban
Triethanolamine (TEA), Diethanolamine (DEA)
Any ingredient with "Fluoro" in prefix, suffix or middle
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