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Saturday, February 4, 2017

Some Carcinogens in Products

Earlier, someone wanted me to check out some lip product like a lip gloss or lipstuck product by a company. So I asked for a list of ingredients, as I always do for ANYTHING that is offered to us.




Want to find out if the products you use are bad?  Below are links with information. Some of these are in cosmetics...

Polyethylene Glycol (PEG): "contaminated with a very potent carcinogen; dioxane and very easily absorbed through the skin," states Dr. Epstein. Used in a wide variety of personal care products. Moderately toxic. Eye irritant. Possible carcinogen and flammable. Many glycols produce severe acidosis, central nervous system damage, and congestion (HC, p. 1053; HOP, pp. 193-195.) PEG/Polyethylene/-eth at end of word can be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane.  Polyethylene glycol is just as bad as propylene glycol.

Propylene Glycol: strong skin irritant. A cosmetic form of mineral oil found in automatic brake and hydraulic fluid, and industrial antifreeze. In skin and hair care products, propylene glycol works as a humectant, which is a substance that retains the moisture content of skin or cosmetic products by preventing the escape of moisture or water. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) warn users to avoid skin contact with propylene glycol as this strong skin irritant can cause liver abnormalities and kidney damage. Check out your body lotions, deodorant, hair conditioner, hair gel, creams, and many more products! Molecular weight of PGE is 60. (Ingredients with molecular weight of 75 or lower enters our blood stream)

PPG is a toxin and a neurol brain lobotomizer made from plastic. It is a polymer that they also added to the tobacco vapes, so when you take a puff it goes right into the brain and begins the process of making some one dumbed down to be basically fried and lowered ~ there is a move ongoing to turn humanity into a lower life form and to further escalate the de-evolving of humanity~ to basically keep one in the state of baseness rather then being elevated and this stuff further burns a hole in the brain~ notice a lot of vaccines and drugs and even supplements are now using this. ~ Tony Pantalleresco (Paraphrased)

About TITANIUM DIOXIDE: Titanium dioxide is an inorganic compound used in a range of body care products such as sunscreens and makeup. It appears to have low skin penetration but inhalation is a concern.  https://www.ewg.org/skindeep/ingredient/706561/TITANIUM_DIOXIDE/

Function(s): Colorant; Opacifying Agent; Sunscreen Agent; Ultraviolet Light Absorber

Synonym(s): 1385RN 59; 1700 WHITE; 234DA; 500HD; 63B1 WHITE; A 200 (PIGMENT) ; A 330 (PIGMENT) ; A-FIL; A-FIL CREAM; A-FN 3; AEROLYST 7710

Cancer:

Concern:
Possible human carcinogen (only for inhalation AND products that may be aerosolized (airborne))
Reference:  California EPA (California Environmental Protection Agency)

Limited evidence of carcinogenicity (only for products that may be aerosolized (airborne))
Reference:  Int'l Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) - Carcinogens

Limited evidence of carcinogenicity (only for products that may be aerosolized (airborne))
Reference:  NIOSH Occupational Carcinogens

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So these are what I prefer, so far....

The cleanest makeup found so far has been Omiana.
http://rwrd.io/4rh447z

And the cleanest hair products are Morroco Method:
http://www.morroccomethod.com/

We bathe with Miracle II Soap:
http://www.life-enthusiast.com/miracle-ii-m-12.html?ref=10238

And use essential oils for cologne, perfume, etc...
http://mydoterra.com/robertocarrillo
http://messiahmews.blogspot.com/search?q=doTERRA

http://messiahmews.blogspot.com/search?q=Propylene+Glycol
https://www.ewg.org/skindeep/
http://www.vaclib.org/basic/Carcinogen.htm

And supplements!  Most supplement blends are contaminated and corrupted too.  Both liquid and encapsulated products.

We like the  Dr. Wallach Youngevity Tangy Tangerine for vitamins & colloidal minerals, as that one is still a clean product and they use Methylcobalamin B-12.  Their Sweet EZE product is still clean and they use gelatin capsules.  http://rcarrillo.youngevityonline.com/

Cellulose:  http://messiahmews.blogspot.com/search?q=Cellulose
Hypromellose:  http://messiahmews.blogspot.com/search?q=Hypromellose

So I like to buy the bulk stuff and either use the powder or encapsulate mixes myself.  Some pre-mixed stuff is savable since only a veggie capsule might be corrupted and contaminated.

They also have these polyermized veggie caps called Pullulan, which are also corrupted.  So in writing Tony Pantalleresco, this was his reply...

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here is what it is
Pullulan is a polysaccharide polymer consisting of maltotriose units, also known as α-1,4- ;α-1,6-glucan'. Three glucose units in maltotriose are connected by an α-1,4 glycosidic bond, whereas consecutive maltotriose units are connected to each other by an α-1,6 glycosidic bond. Pullulan is produced from starch by the fungus Aureobasidium pullulans. Pullulan is mainly used by the cell to resist desiccation and predation. The presence of this polysaccharide also facilitates diffusion of molecules both into and out of the cell.[1]
As an edible, mostly tasteless polymer, the chief commercial use of pullulan is in the manufacture of edible films that are used in various breath freshener or oral hygiene products such as Listerine Cool Mint of Johnson and Johnson (USA) and Meltz Super Thin Mints of Avery Bio-Tech Private Ltd. (India). As a food additive, it is known by the E number E1204.

Tony

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So many folks like to send us varous things to check out. These ingredients are why we both here seem so anal about things. Some may think we're real assholes about our food, supplements and other products.  All these companies and such are ALL in on it, the compromise, corruption, and all. That's also why we stopped doing several companies' affiliate programs, because they either changed their product formulas, or replaced them. What used to be good, is no longer so with many of these companies. So anything sent to us to look at, we will go through all of them with a fine toothed comb. And when I'm unsure about something, I can always ask and count on Tony P. for the answer, as he is well aware of what is going on with compromised companies.


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