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Friday, June 11, 2010

Vitamin - Dangers of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate

May Contain Laurel Sulfate
So I was shopping early this morning (why I have never thought to go grocery shopping before noon before I'll never know) and I was in the Vitamin section.... I was reading them all trying to decide which was the best.... and to my horror (well almost horror) I discovered that Bayers One A Day Vitamin for Women has Laurel Sulfate as an added ingredient.... I could not believe it, in a vitamin.... check your bottles ladies.

"This inexpensive detergent is commonly used in cosmetic cleansers, hair shampoos, bath and shower gels, bubble baths, etc. - It is probably the most dangerous ingredient used in skin and hair-care products. In the cleaning industry SLS is used in garage floor cleaners, engine degreasers, car-wash soaps, etc. It is very corrosive and readily attacks greasy surfaces.

Sodium lauryl sulfate is used throughout the world for clinical testing as a primary skin irritant. Laboratories use it to irritate skin on test animals and humans so that they may then test healing agents to see how effective they are on the irritated skin.

A study at the University of Georgia Medical College, indicated that SLS penetrated into the eyes as well as brain, heart, liver, etc., and showed long-term retention in the tissues. The study also indicated that SLS penetrated young children's eyes and prevented them from developing properly and caused cataracts to develop In adults.

May cause hair loss by attacking the follicle. Classified as a drug in bubble baths because it eats away skin protection and causes rashes and infection to occur.
Is potentially harmful to skin and hair. Cleans by corrosion. Dries skin by stripping the protective lipids from the surface so it can't effectively regulate moisture.


Another extremely serious problem is the connection of SLS with nitrate contamination. SLS reacts with many types of ingredients used in skin products and forms nitrosomines (nitrates). Nitrates are potential cancer-causing carcinogenics." Pin It

1 comment:

  1. Do you know how to make your post title appear all the time instead of only when the mouse is moved across it? I can help if you would like....just let me know.

    Cute template too!~

    I've never heard of Sodium lauryl sulfate! That's horrible! I take Centrum and LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT!

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