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Think it's -- let me make up segment this morning but at Casey do you really know what's your -- beauty products.
That you're using every single morning a startling new study is revealing -- lipsticks contain traces of lead as many as eight other types of -- so.
What -- we need to know -- -- -- -- -- a safe cosmetics and environmental advocate and the author of -- glamorous and is with us -- good morning good morning thank you for having me realize that the FDA does not regulate -- -- -- now it's it's really like the wild wild -- out -- army would like to think that you know the government will protect us from -- -- -- cosmetics that we use every day but it's just not the -- -- -- -- -- we've we've heard before but it's really making headlines this -- lead in lipstick and also -- -- coloring products absolutely I'm gonna -- just came out from UC Berkeley who found.
You know everything from call ball to magnesium to all of these heavy metals that we're actually ingesting every day.
And a lot of them you know and can cost -- some serious issues with astute absolutely -- a lot have been -- to certain types of cancers certain skin irritants and even upper respiratory issues okay.
Next thing we need to be aware as impairments and that's an all kinds of things that we use every day absolutely everything from arm was stressed that used daily to even in baby shampoo in those things are conservatives however they have been linked to and mimic estrogen so those actually increased and change our hormone levels and I'm not mistaken this can cause problems with with skin to -- I have heard that -- dermatologist that a lot of times.
Need to look for products that are arrogant free absolutely absolutely have to be -- -- not taking those labels and making sure you're not giving product appearance and -- OK and formaldehyde and babies chanted this one is just mind behind.
It's a huge case I -- formaldehyde is actually a known cancer cause or chemical.
And -- -- -- biggest issue that supposed to be disinfecting it and it's in our nail polish -- -- well and I mean just even small Trace amounts -- be effective and you know but the reality is that it can also -- as human cost of -- for.
Upper respiratory issues okay and -- and that's that's presidents and baby powder Ericsson.
I shadow but I didn't realize there was a problem without and we'll talk -- the -- -- festivals and if -- -- yeah -- those expressed those -- actually -- to tumors in the lungs and so even asbestos -- talk has not been studied in a lot of people don't know that -- don't even -- it's -- not -- we can still be glamorous -- -- he got his beautiful you know -- -- -- on everything in there -- -- -- there's a website you can plug in all of your beauty products to see what's inside absolutely beyond Environmental Working Group actually have a database cause skin -- If you're not sure what's in your products are not sure exactly what ingredients -- the two -- to which diseases.
Go ahead plugging your products in election everything that you need to -- and -- have some recommended brand absolutely I really leveling appeared -- -- when -- today and it's just an amazing nontoxic skin -- line I'm as well listen keep cure which is Billy Graham and she radiance is a great -- and body collection and thing I can get that laundry list of chemicals -- right Cheryl thank you so much for your time today thank you Janet.
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