You Should Care About THIS If You Want Your Dick To Work
It’s not the first time in history that manufacturers put profits before public health. Exploding sweets, radioactive ornaments and poisonous medicine are a few examples of how they’ve tried to kill us since the 1800s. We know kids are STILL getting brain damaged from lead paint in homes. We’re currently experiencing a resurgence of lead-poisoning thanks to lockdowns.
But did you know there are chemicals in items like soap, face wash, and lotion that have been linked to reproductive issues?
Check your labels to see if you’re going to be a statistic in 20 years!
Be aware, corporations make ingredients as vague and misleading as possible. If the brand isn’t explicitly CLEAN and FREE FROM these chemicals, they could be hiding in there.
Why? They’re cheap. Cheap ingredients mean higher profits.
Here are some of the worst offenders.
Do you even need to know what this is? It sounds like something that belongs in industrial machinery, not on your face. That’s because they’re derived from crude oil. A few on our list fall under this category, but it includes most man-made chemicals.
FOUND IN: Nearly all beauty products. Moisturizers, shampoos, conditioners, cleansers, body washes, household cleaning products, etc.
LABEL NAMES: Paraffin wax, Mineral oil, Toluene, Benzene, Anything with PEG (polyethylene glycol), Anything with DEA (Diethanolamine) or MEA (Ethanolamine), Butanol and any word with butyl: butyl alcohol, Butylparaben, butylene glycol, EDTA (Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid), Any word with propyl—isopropyl alcohol, propylene glycol, propyl alcohol, Cocamidopropyl betaine, parfum or fragrance.
LINKED TO: Brain, nerve and liver damage, eye impairment, intestinal damage, birth defects, kidney problems, breathing problems, cancer, asthma, hormonal disorders, clogged pores, acne, allergies, cysts, skin spots, rashes, premature aging and hair loss.
How do you even pronounce this? You may have seen this one in the news, as we continue to learn how we’re being poisoned every day. They discovered it in fast food, but it’s been used in cleaning and personal care products for years.
FOUND IN: Fragranced lotions, body washes, and hair care products.
LABEL NAMES: Phthalate, DEP, DBP, DEHP and fragrance.
LINKED TO: Endocrine disruption, fertility and reproductive problems.
What does that mean? In plain English, it may give you and your kids crotch cancer, if you can get it up to have any. That’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Phthalates are BANNED in Europe (EU). Let that sink in.
You can often find this bad boy in your shampoo, cleansers and shaving cream. It causes the foaming effect that we’ve mistakenly associated with cleaning power. Lather doesn’t mean it’s working; It means it’s full of synthetic chemicals.
FOUND IN: Shower gels, exfoliants, shampoos, conditioners, facial cleansing gels, liquid hand soaps, personal hygiene products, toothpastes.
LABEL NAMES: Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) and sodium laureth sulfate (SLES).
LINKED TO: Kidney and respiratory issues, irritate eyes, skin, and lungs. Can be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane, which is known to cause cancer in laboratory animals, tropical rainforest deforestation, pollution, greenhouse gases, and animal testing.
It’s also known to strip the natural oil that protects your skin from dryness and fungal/bacterial infections. This could be the reason you have dry, itchy, or inflamed skin.
Suddenly foamy doesn’t feel so satisfying, does it?
Here’s what we know about parabens: They’re not very helpful, and they may have estrogen-making properties. If you’re a man, estrogen is not something you want a lot of.
FOUND IN: Shampoos, conditioners, lotions, face and shower cleansers, and scrubs.
LABEL NAMES: Ethylparaben, Butylparaben, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Isobutylparaben, Isopropylparaben, other ingredients ending in –paraben.
LINKED TO: Infertility, erectile dysfunction, depression, endocrine disruption, diabetes, developmental and reproductive toxicity, breast cancer, childhood obesity.
Nice. Again with attacking your manhood. Also banned in the European Union.
You know it’s in water bottles, and you know it’s bad because you’ve seen ‘NO BPA’ stickers. But you can find it all over the place. Food containers, receipts, and, yes, skincare bottles.
FOUND IN: Packaged goods, toiletries, inside metal cans, plastic beverage containers, etc.
LABEL NAMES: Bisphenol A (BPA).
LINKED TO: Reproductive, immunity and neurological problems, increased blood pressure, increased likelihood of Alzheimer’s, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, childhood asthma, metabolic disease, and in utero brain and prostate gland health effects.
It’s a hormone disruptor, like parabens. Limit your exposure by using clean skincare products.
IS ANYTHING SAFE??
Yes! As we become aware of the dangers in products for men, a gap in the market has emerged for natural skin care products. Some skincare brands are offering clean alternatives.
While you can find these chemicals in all personal care products, men’s skin differs from women’s. Men need formulas that can penetrate thicker, oilier skin. So the solution is to look for men’s skincare that’s made with safe ingredients.
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