Why Aren’t You Using Natural Paraben Free Products?

8 comments on “Why Aren’t You Using Natural Paraben Free Products?

    super freak XoXo

    • November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Parabens are derived from para-hydroxybenzoic acid (PHBA) that occurs naturally in many fruits and vegetables, such as cucumbers, cherries, carrots, blueberries and onions.

    I just don’t see why is it dangerous..

    Jasaan Michael

    • November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    What companies are going to pay scientists to run controlled experiments on their products for decades to measure the degree of harm caused by ingestion or absorption of synthetics?

    If 99% of us likely have parabens and other synthetics just sitting in our system, and the mass-usage of synthetics is directly linked to the industrialization of commerce with most products being sold on the market having some synthetic component, wouldn’t it stand to say the exponential increase in auto-immune disease in recent decades would be linked to the usage of synthetics? Obviously the huge increase environmental toxicity has played a huge part, but it seems that if we combine its harmful effects with the effects of ingesting a variety of synthetics you’d begin to compromise your natural systems on a cellular level. Just cause the ‘scientists’ say that they couldn’t point to parabens directly causing cancer, doesn’t mean that it wouldn’t play a part. They say that because there are very little studies done on it. And again, who is going to pay to study this? Multi-billion dollar corporations selling the products lined with potentially harmful synthetics? Likely not. The FDA who is totally cool with highly toxic and addictive high fructose corn syrup being pumped into children’s bloodstream does not seem to care about health when there’s money involved, neither does the government itself who subsidizes high fructose corn syrup.

    There’s a lot of right-brain rigid skeptics who use the whole “correlation vs causation” argument to say there is no proof of something causing harm. It’s like, of course not….mainstream science doesn’t like to study things that private/government grant money won’t pay for. Where there’s money being forked, there’s usually an agenda at work. If it’s causing harm and your data shows it, but it doesn’t go along with the agenda, your grant gets pulled. This is how modern day ‘scientific’ research actually works.

    Sha Paige

    • February 2, 2023 at 8:34 am

    Just use Holistic products and you will be fine 🚫 no chemicals

    Nabila Kapoor

    • March 14, 2023 at 2:54 am

    I want to use cetaphile oily skin cleanser but the ingredients there is paraben help me is paraben safe or no 😓😓 ??

    Sandi T

    • April 4, 2023 at 11:11 pm

    My cousin’s oncologist told her that, although there was currently no clinical evidence to support it, she might err on the side of caution and avoid parabens just in case. When she was fighting cancer, I found an article stating that parabens were a possible estrogen disrupter, but I can’t find that article now. (And the printed version burned up in my house.) I don’t know what to think. She had the BRCA gene. Her cancer metastasized to her brain and that’s what took her. I don’t know if there’s any causation or even correlation between her breast cancer and paraben use or ingestion, but I avoid them just in case. (I do not have the BRCA gene.)

    Megha Goswami

    • April 8, 2023 at 6:53 pm

    How much shelf life products should we busy ??to understand safe products

    Sangeeta Pradhan

    • June 7, 2023 at 11:58 am

    Hey I am 19.. Can i use cetaphil oily cleanser it contain paraben .. please reply?

    johnson pham

    • June 10, 2023 at 1:36 pm

    her teeth is so sexy – dentist

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