Elle D'Allisandra

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Join Us! https://www.facebook.com/thenwowillfail Are you ready for summer? The Ingredients In Sunscreen Are Destroying Your Health We are told that in order to safely enjoy the sun we need to wear sunscreen due to the risk of sunburn and skin cancer. We are encouraged to wear sunscreen to keep our skin protected from the sun’s harmful rays, but the reality is that these products are so toxic that they may actually contribute to skin irritations and problems. There are over 1800 products on the market to choose from, making it incredibly confusing and difficult to pick the best and safest brand. Here’s what you need to watch out for: Oxybenzone – this is a hormone disrupting chemical which penetrates the skin and enters the bloodstream. It is the most popular ingredient in chemical based sunscreens and only blocks UVB ray (sun’s good rays that provide vitamin D production), not UVA which are the most free radical damaging rays. Avoid any sunscreen that has this chemical at all costs, especially for children. Vitamin A (Retinyl Palmitate) – A 2009 study by U.S. government scientists released by the National Toxicology Program found when this is applied to the skin in the presence of sunlight, it may speed the development of skin tumors and lesions. Fragrance – Sure it may make the product smell nice, but this is a petroleum based product that is linked to organ toxicity and allergies. High SPF – The FDA does not regulate SPF higher than 50 and there’s no scientific proof they work better than lower SPF. Many of the higher SPFs do not provide any additional protection and studies have suggested that users are exposed to as many or more ultraviolet rays as those who use lower-SPF products. Sprays or Powders – Generally speaking, sprays and powders have additional chemicals added to them for performance purposes. These additional chemicals are usually not something you want to be spraying on your body and can be toxic to the lungs. Besides, remember sunscreen is formulated for your skin, not your lungs. Many of the side effects of sprays and powders on the lungs are not tested before being approved. Popular Conventional Brands – Aveeno, Banana Boat, Coppertone Sport, Coppertone Water Babies, Bull Frog, Neutragena, Storebrands (CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens), Hawaiian Tropic and many other popular brands are rated the worst in terms of safety in the Environmental Working Group’s Sunscreen Guide. You can use this guide to find out how good or bad the brand you have or want to buy is rated. You won’t hear information like this in the mainstream media, so please share this to raise awareness. Read article here: http://www.naturalcuresnotmedicine.com/2014/04/ingredients-sunscreen-destroying-health.html Post by Kolohe Visit our website at: http://thenwowillfail.com/ Sign up for our Newsletter and get updates, news and discounts for our merchandise! Quick and Easy, SIGN UP HERE: http://thenwowillfail.com/subscribe-to-newsletter

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