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Arsenic and Toxic Heavy Metals Found in Makeup

Get your daily dose of toxic heavy metals

Clinique, Covergirl and Loreal contains some pretty toxic stuff ladies. First off, arsenic is highly toxic to human health – whats it doing in your makeup? Along with cadmium, nickel and lead. This something every woman who uses makeup should pay attention to. Todays regulations relating to toxic heavy metals added to cosmetic products require no limits on putting toxic metals like arsenic in products. Seriously – this is alarming. Just by putting it on your skin arsenic gets easily absorbed into the body and also in various tissues. Heavy metals are in our face makeup products and consumers have no way of knowing about it – they are not on the label.

Toxic Heavy metals build up in the body over time and can cause health problems including cancer, reproductive disorders, neurological problems, memory loss, mood swings, contact dermatitis and hair loss.

There is enormous amounts of evidence that arsenic can contribute to the development of diabetes and the complications associated with it. Arsenic may also affect the progression of diabetes and complications associated with it. Arsenic may act as a mechanism to promote diabetes – and there no regulations surrounding it being introduced into your body via make up and eye shadow. Consumers really have to be aware today about this stuff – there are no safe levels of arsenic and is does not belong in our bodies or in the products we use. People in general becoming mores sensitive to and at risk to these products and there is so much ignorance about the damage toxic heavy metals can really do to your health. The problem is the slow accumulation of toxic metals our bodies take in. Chronic low level toxic heavy metals build up in our bodies within the soft tissues where they are stored.

Arsenic Studies Show Increased Health Risks For:

  • diabetes and obesity
  • hypertension
  • gestational diabetes
  • metabolic syndrome
  • higher blood sugar
  • intravascular inflammation
  • more complications in people with diabetes
  • induces ROS (free radicals) and results in oxidative stress
  • clinical studies report arsenic induced cardiovascular effects including hypertension, diabetes mellitus, atherosclerosis, coronary heart disease, and stroke

Synergistic effects of toxic heavy metals like arsenic, cadmium and lead are extreme