Revealed... the 515 chemicals women put on their bodies every day 太可怕了...... 女士們每天平均把515種化學毒物放在自己身上

女性和美容產品 - 是這個世紀的女性的恩物。難怪,或者我們認為......沒有什麼比買一支新唇膏或一瓶喜愛的香水讓我們感覺更良好。


事實上,根據一份新的報告,我們大多數喜愛的化妝品都是工業生產或潛在含有危險化學品,更可能會損害我們的健康,並且,沒有實現其“抗衰老”承諾,導致我們老化得更快。


自然除臭劑公司Bionsen的研究發現,普通女性的日常梳理和化妝習慣,意味著她每天都會在自己的身體上“託管”了515種不同的合成化學品。


其中許多也用於家用清潔劑等產品,並與許多健康問題有關,包括過敏和刺激皮膚,更嚴重的導致激素紊亂,生育問題甚至癌症。


例如,Parabens旨在保護您的化妝品的保質期,是世界上使用最廣泛的防腐劑之一,可在洗髮水,髮膠,剃須凝膠和潤膚露中找到。但他們的使用變得越來越有爭議 - 一系列不同的研究已經將他們與包括乳腺癌在內的嚴重健康問題以及男性生育問題聯繫起來。


京都府立醫科大學的研究表明,我們以前認為對羥基苯甲酸酯是安全的,但對羥基苯甲酸甲酯可能在暴露於陽光下時發生變異並變成毒性,導致皮膚過早老化和皮膚癌風險增加。


對羥基苯甲酸甲酯在超過16,000種產品中被發現,包括保濕劑和牙膏。化妝品生產商一直捍衛他們對羥基苯甲酸酯的使用,理由是它們不能被吸收到體內。


但許多領先的研究人員不同意,包括獨立專業化學家Barbara Olioso博士說:“研究表明,20%到60%的對羥基苯甲酸酯可能會被吸收到體內。


有許多法律旨在保護我們免受化妝品中的危險化學品的侵害,但研究人員擔心它們不夠用。例如,化妝品製造商必須列出其成分,但他們不必告訴我們原材料中發現的或製造過程中使用的任何雜質,只要它們不會在最終產品中出現。


該行業堅持認為我們的化妝品是安全的。美容化妝品和香料協會昨晚表示:“嚴格的法律要求所有化妝品都是安全的,每種產品都要經過嚴格的安全評估。產品中成分的數量,或者是天然還是人造,對它的安全性沒有任何影響。“


他們還表示,任何化學品都以安全劑量存在,不會傷害我們。雖然這可能是事實,但對於什麼構成“安全”水平存在一些分歧 - 對於年輕人,兒童或敏感的成年人來說,這些水平可能並不那麼安全。


即使個別產品中的相對較少量不會對我們造成傷害,但人們越來越擔心女性每天使用的產品數量,以及許多年來每天都會在我們的身體中使用如此多的化學物質的累積效應。


正如Bionsen的發言人Charlotte Smith所說:“女性愈來愈注重形象意識,他們的美容制度多年來發生了變化,從簡單的清潔步驟到日常護膚應用,定期美甲,虛假睫毛和頭髮延伸。"


“許多新一代的高科技化妝品,和美容”奇蹟“療法含有更多的化學物質,以獲得更好的效果,當然,這意味著女性比以往更多地使用化學物質。”


如果你想保護自己免受化學過量,減少你的整體化妝品使用量;改用天然或有機產品,並仔細閱讀美容和美容產品上的標籤。



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我們的洗頭水,眼影,唇膏,指甲油,香水,防曬用品,噴髮膠,胭脂,香體露和潤膚露都包含各種各樣的有害化學物質。直接或間接傷害我們的身體器官、呼吸系統、內分泌系統、神經系統、免疫系統、消化系統、賀爾蒙……

Women and beauty products - it's a love affair that's been going on for centuries. And no wonder. There's nothing like a new lipstick or favourite perfume to make us look and feel good. Or so we thought...

In fact, according to a new report, most of our favourite cosmetics are cocktails of industrially produced and potentially dangerous chemicals that could damage our health and, in some cases, rather than delivering on their potent 'anti-ageing' promise, are causing us to age faster.

Research by Bionsen, a natural deodorant company, found that the average woman's daily grooming and make-up routine means she 'hosts' a staggering 515 different synthetic chemicals on her body every single day.


Many of those are also used in products such as household cleaners, and have been linked to a number of health problems from allergies and skin sensitivity to more serious hormonal disturbances, fertility problems and even cancer.

Parabens, for example, which are designed to preserve the shelf-life of your cosmetics, are one of the most widely used preservatives in the world, and are found in shampoos, hair gels, shaving gels and body lotions. But their use is becoming increasingly controversial - a range of different studies has linked them to serious health problems including breast cancer, as well as fertility issues in men.

Research from the Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine suggests that some parabens we had previously presumed to be safe, such as Methylparaben, may mutate and become toxic when exposed to sunlight, causing premature skin ageing and an increased risk of skin cancer.

Methylparabens are found in more than 16,000 products, including moisturisers and toothpastes. Cosmetic producers have always defended their use of parabens on the grounds that they can't be absorbed into the body.

But many leading researchers disagree, including Dr Barbara Olioso, an independent professional chemist, who says: 'Research shows that between 20 and 60 per cent of parabens may be absorbed into the body.'


There are a number of laws designed to protect us from dangerous chemicals in cosmetics, but researchers worry that they don't go far enough. For example, cosmetic manufacturers are required to list their ingredients, but they don't have to tell us about any impurities found in the raw materials or used in the manufacturing process, so long as they don't end up in the finished product.

The industry insists that our cosmetics are safe. The Cosmetic Toiletries and Perfumery Association said last night: 'Stringent laws require all cosmetics to be safe, and each product undergoes a rigorous safety assessment. The number of ingredients in a product, or whether it is natural or man-made, has no bearing on how safe it is.'

They also say that any chemicals are present in safe doses that can't harm us. While that may be true, there is some disagreement over what constitutes a 'safe' level - for young people and children, or sensitive adults, these levels may not be so safe at all.

And even if the relatively small amounts in individual products don't hurt us, there is growing concern over the number of products women use daily, and the cumulative effect of so many chemicals being used all over our bodies every day, for many years.

As Charlotte Smith, spokesperson for Bionsen, says: 'Women have never been more image-conscious and their beauty regimes have changed over the years, from a simple "wash & go" attitude, to daily fake-tan applications, regular manicures, false lashes and hair extensions.

'Lots of the high-tech, new generation cosmetics and beauty "wonder" treatments naturally contain more chemicals to achieve even better results, which, of course, means women apply more chemicals than ever before.'

If you want to protect yourself from chemical overload, reduce your overall cosmetics usage; switch to natural or organic products, and read the labels on your beauty and grooming products with care.


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