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You are the ONLY person that can make the decision of whether or not what you put on your skin, is safe.

Do not take anyone elses word including mine.  I can say that with 100% confindence that I do not have hidden toxins in my product, but then again, I am the owner of the company and I can virtually say what I want to make a sale, right?  Well that is true, but I have an incredible work ethic and I wouldn’t mislead the public.  I can only make my ingredient deck available to the public so that you can do your own research.

There has been much talk about ‘natural‘, ‘safe’ and ‘pure’ products.  My question to you is how do you know that the ingredients listed on the ingredient deck are truly safe, natural, non-toxic?

The answer is simple.  Unless you have researched and studied cosmetic ingredients or the pharmacology of chemicals, you really don’t know.  Even then, some chemists will still argue that the ingredient in question is safe and that makes us, as consumers, confused because why would a chemist say that the ingredient is safe.  The answer is that they are being paid by the big companies to manufacture and produce products at the lowest possible price point so that their profit margin is large!  This is the ugly truth.  Keep in mind, this is a business for everyone involved and the business is to make money.

When I started my skin care line, I started it for my daughters who were 4 1/2 yrs and 3 months.  I was appauled to find out that even the BIG names children’s products contained toxic ingredients.

I had battles with the chemists during my development because they really had no ‘personal’ concern for the non-toxic element of a product.  They just wanted to produce a product that was at a price point where everyone could benefit.

Some chemists even told me that I didn’t have to disclose the ‘hidden’ parabens in the product.  I was discouraged because I wanted my products to be ‘truly pure’ with no hidden ingredients.  So I sourced my ingredients and purchased them myself so that I could ensure the safety of the ingredient.  I was a pain in the butt to the lab, but well worth it in the end because I now have a product that is exactly what I say it is.  I don’t have independant reps saying what I tell them.  The ingredient decks speak for themselves.

My suggestion is whenever you see an ingredient that you are unfamiliar with, please do your due diligence and research that ingredient/chemical.  

You can also ask me or there are some other experts here on this site that may be able to help you.

I found it extremely misrepresenting that a few companies in particular are touting that their product is pure, natural, safe and when I looked at one of their products ingredients they listed Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and parabens both of which have been the center of the ‘toxic’ ingredient debate as both have been found in the tumors of breast cancer patients.  Pretty scary, huh?  

What’s worse is that the companies are quite large and have independant sales representatives selling under the premises of being a ‘safe‘, ‘pure’ and ‘natural’ product because that is what the ‘Company’ told them.

I am here to tell you that if you do not look into the suspicious ingredients then you are putting yourself at risk to exposing your body to toxic ingredients no matter how little the percentage is in the formulation.

Once again, if this of any importance to you, ask me if you are unsure.  I will let you know if the ingredient is considered safe and to what level of toxicity it may have.

Be protected.  Be An Ingredient Detective.  

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