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October 20, 2022 4 min read
Did you know that using hair products with carcinogenic chemicals in them could increase your risk of developing cancer? Did you also know that the average woman uses 12 different hair products every single day? Did you further know that most of these products likely contain carcinogenic chemicals in them? If not, don’t worry, you’re not alone.
This information is not common knowledge, but it should be. The potential risks of using hair products with carcinogenic chemicals in them are real and just as serious as they sound. Fortunately, there are plenty of natural alternatives to conventional shampoo and conditioner out there! You just need to do some research and find brands that don’t use any carcinogenic chemicals in their formulas.
Carcinogenic chemicals are substances that are known to cause cancer in both animals and humans. These substances are widely used in many different industries, including the beauty and cosmetics industry.
The beauty industry is actually the second largest consumer of carcinogenic chemicals, with the first being the food industry. Since the food industry is so much larger than the beauty industry, however, it seems like the cancer risk associated with eating carcinogenic chemicals is much higher than the risk associated with using carcinogenic ingredients in beauty products.
Carcinogenic chemicals are often added to products like shampoo, hair conditioner, deodorant, and even sunscreen to extend their shelf life and make them as cheap and effective as possible. The problem with this, however, is that carcinogenic chemicals can cause serious health problems.
When carcinogenic chemicals come into contact with your skin, they can cause damage to the DNA inside your cells. When the DNA in your cells is damaged, it can lead to mutations in the cells that can eventually result in cancer.
Carcinogenic chemicals can cause damage to your DNA in a couple different ways. First, they can cause your cells to create free radicals, which are damaging molecules that result from oxidative damage caused by certain chemicals.
Free radicals can damage your cells’ DNA and cause mutations in your cells. Carcinogenic chemicals can also interact with your DNA directly, which can also result in damage to your cells’ DNA. Carcinogenic chemicals are also carcinogenic because they interfere with your body’s natural processes. This can lead to an increase in cellular mutations that can result in cancerous cells.
Unfortunately, most shampoos and hair conditioners have carcinogenic chemicals in them. As previously mentioned, carcinogenic chemicals are added to these products to extend their shelf life and make them as cheap and effective as possible.
Carcinogenic chemicals that are commonly found in shampoo include:
1) Sodium Lauryl Sulfate
2) 1,4 dioxane
4) 1,4 dihydroxynaphthalene
5) Cocamidopropyl Betaine (CAPB)
Shampoos that use formaldehyde as a preservative are especially dangerous.
Carcinogenic chemicals that are commonly found in hair conditioner include:
3) 1,4 dioxane
Carcinogenic chemicals that are commonly found in deodorant include:
3) Stearyl heptanoate
These chemicals are known toxins and are especially dangerous because they are often used in many different products.
The most obvious danger of using hair products with carcinogenic chemicals in them is that you are increasing your risk of developing cancer. This might seem like an obvious danger, but many people choose to ignore it by using dangerous products for convenience or because they don’t know any better. Carcinogenic chemicals can also cause rashes, skin irritation, and allergies.
If you have sensitive skin, you are more likely to develop a reaction to these chemicals. Carcinogenic chemicals can also be absorbed through your skin and enter your bloodstream, which can lead to serious health problems. Carcinogenic chemicals can even cause problems for people who don’t use these products on their skin.
Children who use products like shampoos and hair conditioners are at risk of breathing in carcinogenic chemicals that are released into the air when they are sprayed into the hair.
Babies who are bathed in products with carcinogenic chemicals are at risk of absorbing the chemicals through their skin. Carcinogenic chemicals are also endocrine disruptors, which means that they can interfere with your hormones and cause problems like thyroid disease, miscarriages, and low libido.
Although many shampoos and conditioners claim to be “nontoxic” or “organic”, very few actually contain no carcinogenic chemicals. If you want to be absolutely certain that the products you are using are safe, you should do some research, or email us for personalized options.
When purchasing shampoo or conditioner – consider reading the ingredients list to make sure there are no carcinogenic chemicals present. Face Naturals shampoo’s are non-toxic, health, and safe for the whole family to use.
Face Naturals award winning, luxury, natural hair care are made from our exclusive, hand-blended organic castile soap formula. It contains no SLS or sulfates.
Using hair products with carcinogenic chemicals in them is dangerous, unnecessary, and even carcinogenic itself. By choosing natural shampoo and conditioner brands that don’t contain carcinogenic chemicals, you can greatly reduce your risk of developing cancer.
If you want to protect your health and the health of your loved ones, avoid using products with carcinogenic chemicals in them as much as possible. While it might be inconvenient to do some research and find more expensive alternatives, it is well worth it for your health in the long run. Choose health with face naturals!
Information Disclaimer: The following statements are for educational purposes only and have not been evaluated by the FDA. We encourage you to speak with your preferred medical advisor to determine if this information is right for you. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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