Beware of ubiquitous toxic chemicals
The vast majority of so-called “body care products” (perfumes, cosmetics, soaps, shampoos, toothpastes, creams, etc.) are toxic and very dangerous to the body. The same applies to household products, food additives, non-medicinal ingredients added to so-called natural supplements, room fragrances, chemical incense, etc.
Be vigilant and avoid buying and using these seemingly harmless, but actually harmful chemical cocktails. Your lungs and skin are permeable pathways of elimination, so what you breathe and put on your skin goes straight into your bloodstream. Protect your body by avoiding adding substances to the air or to your skin that you wouldn’t be able to eat without poisoning yourself.
Nowadays, it’s essential to regularly cleanse your body by all possible means, but you also need to avoid the pitfalls of unintentional intoxication. This short video addresses the tip of the iceberg of the assaults made on our health and well-being in this hostile world.
Watch this short excerpt (0m:34s to 2m:54s) from The Story of Stuff Project post on this topic: