Common Acne Treatments Linked To Cancer And Other Serious Diseases.
Highly paid actors and questionable doctors make fortunes endorsing countless acne treatments shown in many fancy advertisements. Most claim their products to be the ultimate cure-all for acne, but is there something more sinister behind these seemingly innocent acne treatments?
Despite the overwhelming amount of sales pitches for acne product convincing people of it’s powerful clear skin benefits, most people will never hear about the dangers of some of the chemicals contained in many acne treatment products.
One such chemical contained in many over-the-counter acne treatments is called imidazolidinyl urea. Besides being almost impossible to pronounce, it is on the Environmental Protection Agency’s List of Other Pesticide Ingredients.
And according to the National Library of Medicine, benzoyl peroxide, a chemical found in many popular acne treatments could “Increase carcinogenesis...and also able to promote the formation of melanotic tumors in the dermis of hamsters.”
And that’s just two chemicals in a long laundry list of other harmful synthetic ingredients found in almost all acne treatments sold over the counter. A search in the Environmental Working Group’s cosmetic safety database reveals many chemicals with negative side effects. These include: sodium hyaluronate, sodium methylparaben, salicylic acid, and glycolic acid just to name a few.
Unfortunately, ingredients in cosmetics such as acne facial washes are not required to undergo approval before they are sold to the public. A direct quote from the FDA website states, “Cosmetic products and ingredients are not subject to FDA premarket approval authority, with the exception of color additives.”
In general, the Food and Drug Administration regulates these products after they have been released to the marketplace. This implies that many acne sufferers may be unknowingly washing their faces with chemicals not yet known to be toxic for human use.
But researchers at the Clear Skin Secret have taken matters into their own hands. Tired of watching the people wash their faces with unregulated chemicals that may trigger negative side-effects, they have scientifically developed an unique all-natural alternative for the immediate aid of people who are becoming more aware of the dangers contained in many household acne treatments.
The researchers claim that most people are able to achieve acne-free skin by eating a healthy diet rich with antioxidants and natural anti-acne nutrients. Dr. Neil Mann from the Royal Melbourne Hospital said, “We think we’ve come across a way to alter your diet in a very healthy way that will alleviate the symptoms of acne and at the same time will make you a lot healthier.”
For more information on how to holistically treat acne through diet and nutrition instead of taking unregulated synthetic chemicals with unknown negative side-effects, visit: www.clearskinsecret.com
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