This article is #9 in the 10-part “murdered by science” special report outlining the “evidence-based science” threat posed to continued life on our planet by non-organic cosmetics and personal care products.
Non-organic cosmetics and personal care products are loaded with “scientifically-formulated” chemical ingredients that cause cancer, liver damage, kidney damage, neurological disorders and even skin diseases.
A typical “skin lotion” or cosmetic base is made with a sickening cocktail of incredibly toxic chemicals purchased in bulk from chemical factories. Many are shockingly high in lead, and most cosmetic manufacturers actually hide their ingredients from consumers in order to conceal the truth of what’s in their overpriced products.
The FDA, for its part, openly allows cancer-causing chemicals and heavy metals to be used in cosmetics. After all, people who are harmed by cosmetics will become profitable patients for the cancer industry, right?
Cosmetics and personal care products are routinely formulated with dangerous, sometimes deadly chemicals such as parabens, triclosan, ethoxylates, diethanolamine, and phthalates. A typical perfume fragrance product contains 20+ cancer-causing chemicals, and Dr. Samuel Epstein, Chairman of the Cancer Prevention Coalition and author of Toxic Beauty, has openly warned about cancer chemicals in name-brand products like Avon.
Remember, all these cancer-causing chemicals are added to cosmetics and personal care products through the application “evidence-based science.” The problem, as usual, is that the evidence is selective and distorted in order to serve the profit interests of the corporations. The “scientists” who do all this are on the payroll of the very corporations whose products are killing people for profit.
The Environmental Working Group has an excellent online database of cosmetic ingredients where you can search more than 81,000 products for possible worrisome ingredients. Natural News has been a longtime supporter of the EWG and its efforts to blow the whistle on dangerous chemical ingredients that are “scientifically” formulated into personal care products.