Sunday, October 22, 2017


Acesulfame K
 SOURCES : puddings, chewing gum, non-dairy creamers, instant coffee mixes, tea mixes, gelatin desserts
 common sugar substitute
 can contribute/cause cancer in some individuals

Acetone / Acetaldehyde
 SOURCES : nail polish remover, nail polish
 Dimethylketone, 2-Propanone, Beta-Ketopropane
 Inhaled, into bloodstream and organs, Irritant
 Can contribute/cause headaches, confusion, increased pulse rate, blood, nausea, vomiting and unconsciousness, and even coma, shortens the menstrual cycle in women, kidney, liver and nerve damage, increased birth defects, metabolic changes, cancer

 SOURCES : mouthwash, astringent, toothpaste, cleansers.
 Too much of a good thing is never good for you! Known to cause oral cancer in some individuals

Alkyl-phenol Ethoxylades
 SOURCES : shampoo and bubble bath.
 reduce sperm count
 leaves skin more susceptible to damage
 skin cancer

 SOURCES : anti-perspirant deodorants
 nervous system damage
 Alzheimer

Ammonium Glycolate
 SOURCES : Body Lotions
 increase risk of sunburn and skin cancer
 intensifying UV exposures in deep skin layers.
 itching, burning, scaling, hives, and blistering of skin
 chemicals that reach the bloodstream increases

Ammonium Persulfate
 SOURCES : hair color and bleaching kits
 Affects your immunity
 Could cause itching, burning, scaling, hives, and blistering of skin,
 lung problems, asthma attacks airway passage type difficulties

 SOURCES : sugar substitutes, shaving gel and diet sodas.
 Can cause dizziness, headaches and even seizures
 Alters brain function

Bentonite (Clay)
 SOURCES : soaps, facial masks and cosmetics.
 Affects your skin, not allowing it to breathe and causes build-up,
 trapping the toxins in the largest organ of your body
 causing all types of problems

 SOURCES : detergents, drugs, pesticides and adhesives.
 Inhalant risk
 can cause headaches, rapid heart rate, tremors, confusion, unconsciousness and death.
 Hodgkin’s and Lymphomas

Benzoic Acid
 SOURCES : food preservative, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, canned goods.
 affects nervous system
 severe eye and skin irritant

Benzoic / Benzyl / Benzene
 SOURCES : shower gels, shampoos, bubble bath.
 carcinogens
 endocrine disruptor
 cause birth defects

 SOURCES : preservatives, canned foods and body products.
 carcinogenic

 SOURCES : Body and personal care products
 formaldehyde, carcinogenic nitrosamines

 SOURCES : Body and personal care products
 breast cancer risk, endocrine disruptor
 can cause infertility or development problems, cancers, itching burning and blistering of skin.

 SOURCES: cosmetics
 Risk of inhalation and chemical pneumonitis.

Coal Tar Dyes
 SOURCES: bubble bath, hair dye, dandruff shampoo, toothpaste and foods.
 Can cause potentially severe allergic reactions, asthma attacks, headaches, nausea, fatigue, lack of concentration, nervousness,
 increased risk of Hodgkin’s disease, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and multiple myeloma.

Cocamidopropyl Betaine
 SOURCES : body products made from coconut (natural or organic)
 itching, burning and blistering of skin
 Synthetic

 SOURCES : rat poison, deodorants, shampoos, skin fresheners and everyday perfumes.
 Carcinogenic
 SOURCES : Lip gloss, polish remover, nail polish, bath oil/salts/soak, body spray, moisturizer, lipstick, styling gel/lotion, bar soap, after sun products, cologne, nail treatment and eye products
 Chemical foreign to the body, colorant

DEA: Diethanolamine
 SOURCES : shampoos, soaps, hairsprays and sunscreens,
 Additive, wetting or thickening agent
 blocks absorption of choline for fetal brain development

 SOURCES : mascara
 cancer

Hydroabietyl Alcohol, TEA: Tea, Triethanolamine
 SOURCES : styling gel/lotions, cosmetics.
 tremors, nausea, heart palpitations and nervousness allergic reactions including eye problems, dry hair and skin

DEA-based detergents , NDEA
 SOURCES : shampoos, skin cream, bubble bath, shaving gel, conditioner, and lotions, preservative
 liver and kidney
 nitrosating agents
 carcinogen
 Additive and chemical compound, toxin used to adjust pH balance and convert acid to salt

 SOURCES : Microwave popcorn
 lung conditions like bronchiolitis obliterans

Dibutyl phthalate (DBP)
 SOURCES : nail polish
 long-term fertility issues in newborn boys

 SOURCES : lotions, creams and body products, personal care products
 silicone type of emollient
 Trapping toxins in and on the skin
 tumors and accumulation in the liver and lymph nodes

Disodium EDTA
 SOURCES : Various cosmetic products
 Risk of being swallowed or inhaled
 irritation to skin, eyes and respiratory tract

 SOURCES : facial creams and body lotions.
 Traps moisture and does not allow skin to breathe and excrete toxins naturally

 SOURCES : Toothpastes
 May contain lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic.
 carcinogenic that accumulates, even forms bone-deposits that can be deadly

 SOURCES : Nail products, baby shampoo, bubble bath, deodorants, perfume,
cologne, hair dye, mouthwash, toothpaste, and hair spray. carcinogen and neurotoxin
 Risk of being swallowed, absorbed through skin, or inhaled
 spasms, edema, chemical pneumonitis

Fragrances (Synthetic)
 SOURCES : perfumes
 toxic chemicals like methylene chloride
 carcinogenic and/or known neurotoxins.

Glycolic Acid
 SOURCES : creams, lotions, and cosmetics. penetration enhancer
 Toxins are then allowed into the bloodstream, skin or sense organs more and faster
 itching, burning, scaling, hives, and blistering of skin
 neurotoxin, kidney toxicant, gastrointestinal or liver

GMO/Genetically Modified Organism
 SOURCES : foods like corn, soy, and tomatoes, body products
 plants, animals or foods, genetically modified, created or changed

High Fructose Corn Syrup/HFCS
 SOURCES : Most refined, processed FOODS, sweets, candies, baked goods and more
 heart disease, raised blood levels (cholesterol, triglycerides)
 Clotting and aging accelerants

Hydrogenated/Partially Hydrogenated Oils
 SOURCES : partially hydrogenated oils, margarines, spreads and other food sources
 Excessive trans fats
 diseases like multiple sclerosis, allergies, even arthritis

 SOURCES : skin lightening products, hair dyes
 chemical toxin and harmful skin structure altering agent
 inhibits the production of Melanin
 skin cancers

 SOURCES : cosmetics
 chemical pneumonitis.

 SOURCES : Body and personal care products
 breast cancer risk
 Itching, burning and blistering of skin Isopropyl Alcohol
 SOURCES : Various cosmetic and beauty products, personal care and body products
 Can cause flushing, pulse rate decrease, blood pressure lowering, anesthesia, narcosis, headache, dizziness, mental depression, drowsiness, hallucinations, distorted perceptions, respiratory depression, nausea, vomiting and coma.

Kajoic Acid
 SOURCES : skin lightening products
 inhibits melanin production
 Skin damage and cancer.

Kaolin (Clay)
 SOURCES : face powders and cosmetics.
 Harms, alters and damages skin, not allowing it to breather and excrete toxins properly

 SOURCE : mascara
 Eye-lashes can fall out for some individuals, irritant

 SOURCES : Body products, lotions, creams, personal care products
 carcinogenic pesticides such as DDT, lindane, dieldrin and other neurotoxins form part of the formula
 can cause rashes

 SOURCES : bars of soap
 dry and damage skin

Magnesium Stearate
 SOURCES: medicines, pills, pharmaceuticals, foods, talcum powder, ammunition, drying agent in paints phosphatidyl choline
 collapses cell membranes
 kills T-Cells
 breaks down the immune system

Methylisothiazoline, or MIT
 SOURCES : some shampoo
 neurological damage from prolonged use is not uncommon

Mineral Oil
 SOURCES : Make-ups, cosmetics and beauty products like blush, baby oil, lotions, foundation and creams.
 clogs pores
 locks in toxins, suffocates and dries skin
 inhibits your skins natural oil production
 increases dehydration
 testicular tumors in the fetus
 deposits and accumulation in the lymph nodes
 prevents absorption of vitamin A from the intestines

Monosodium Glutamate/MSG
 SOURCES : Flavoring, additive in many foods
 excitotoxin
 nerve damage and allergic reactions

 SOURCES : soft drinks, prescription drugs, most if not all processed foods Type of sweetener, artificial, like aspartame
 Ingredients and elements include aspartic acid, phenylalanine, and a methyl esther
 brain lesions and neuroendocrine disorders

Nitrate – Nitrite
 SOURCES : high temperature-frying
 The real danger here is nitrosamines
 cancer-causing chemical
 stomach cancer.

 SOURCES : many fat-free and low-fat, convenience foods
 Flushes nutrients (essential) out from the body

 SOURCES : still found in some cosmetics and food
 Cancer causing element

PEG Stearates
 SOURCES : cosmetics, creams and foods
 cancer, health problems

PEG, PEG-12 Distearate
 SOURCES : harmful creams, lotions, cosmetics and foods.
 carcinogen, estrogen mimic and endocrine disruptor

PEG-80 Sorbitan Laurate
 SOURCES : cosmetics, gels, creams, lotions and foods.
 gastrointestinal or liver toxicity

 SOURCES : lotions, skin creams, and body jelly, even some medications
 suffocates skin, traps toxins in the body, and clogs pores.

 SOURCES : excretion of body product toxins and disposal of cosmetics
 reproductive or developmental harm to fetus
 reduced fertility
 irritant
 potential risks to wildlife and environment

 SOURCES : vinyl flooring, plastic wallpaper, and children’s toys, perfume, hair spray, deodorant, nail polish, hair gel, mousse, body and hand lotion.
 Damage to organs and systems in the body like, liver, lungs, kidneys and reproductive system
 Affects processes and growth like forming testes

Polyethylene Glycol /PEG
 SOURCES : cosmetics, body products, foods, lotions.
 eye irritant, carcinogenic
 severe acidosis, central nervous system damage, congestion, convulsions, mutations.

 SOURCES : lipstick, mascara, baby soap, eye shadow.
 carcinogen

 SOURCES : body and personal care products
 cancer , health problems

Potassium Bromate
 SOURCES : used in bread and baked goods
 Known carcinogenic

Propylene Glycol
 SOURCES : shaving gel, lotions, shampoo, conditioners, foods, deodorant.
 kidney damage, liver abnormalities, inhibits skin cell growth, damages cell membranes causing rashes, surface damage and dry skin.
 Bloodstream and organs absorb it
 acidosis, central nervous system damage and congestion, convulsions, mutations, and surface EEG changes
 Petroleum derivative
 AVOID contact with eyes, skin and clothing
 irritation of nasal passages, ingestion can cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhea.

 SOURCES : Body care products, cosmetics
 breast cancer risk
 endocrine disruptor
 impaired fertility or development
 cancers, itching burning and blistering of skin, gastrointestinal or liver toxicity
 poisonous and moderately toxic

Quaternium-7, 15, 31, 60 etc.
 SOURCES : body care and beauty products
 skin rashes and allergic reactions
 multiple myeloma, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and other cancers.

Sodium Chloride
 SOURCES : table salt in it basic form, shampoo, cosmetic and other product thickener
 eye irritation, some hair loss, and dry and itchy skin

Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate
 SOURCES : facial moisturizer, facial cleanser, facial treatments, skin fading and lightening products, anti-aging products, eye makeup remover, concealer, makeup remover, around eye cream, acne treatment, shampoo, conditioner, styling lotion and gel, styling mousse and foam, hair spray, and even hair relaxer.
 cancer, health problems

Sodium Nitrite
 SOURCES : Preservative in meat
 leukemia, brain tumors and other forms of cancer

 SOURCES : foods and drinks, supplements et al.
 naturally occurring compounds at times toxic to humans and animals
 blocks calcium and can cause vitamin D deficiencies
 contains MSG in them
 may cause neurological problems
 inhibit thyroid function
 lead to fatigue and mental issues
 autoimmune thyroid disease , even liver disease

SLS (Sodium Lauryl Sulphate)
 SOURCES : toothpaste, soap, shampoo, body wash, bubble bath, facial cleansers.
 seeps into the heart, lungs, brain and liver through the skin and hair follicles hair loss, damages immune system
 derived from coconut oil

SLES (Sodium Laureth Sulfate)
 SOURCES: shampoo, toothpaste, bubble bath, body wash, soap. carcinogenic nitrosamines
 hair loss when it is applied to scalp

Stearalkonium Chloride
 SOURCES : hair conditioners.
 allergic reactions

 SOURCES : Occurring naturally in raw potatoes, wine and dried fruit (banned from other foods)
 asthmatic reactions that can even be severe or deadly

 SOURCES : blush, condoms, baby powder, feminine powders, foot and body powders.
 Carcinogenic
 fallopian tube fibrosis

 SOURCES : nail polish and cleaning products
 Poison . highly toxic
 causes hallucinations, bone marrow changes, may cause liver and kidney damage
 birth defects, endocrine disruptor and potential carcinogen that has been linked to brain cancer
 irritates respiratory tract

 SOURCES : antibacterial soaps and toothpaste products
 reacts with chlorine in the tap water to create Chloroform
 contributes to cancer
 AVOID THE FUMES, inhaling or breathing it

Zinc Stearate
 SOURCES : blush and powder foundation
 carcinogen

Source of Information : Complete Body Detox Guide to Better Health

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