Cosmetics can contain frank carcinogens - which are inherently carcinogenic - or hidden carcinogens - which become carcinogenic under certain circumstances, such as when mixed, or
Every time you make up, you lather your face with a deadly cocktail of carcinogens, preservatives, mutagens, allergens, toxic heavy metals and other poisons that slip through the loose regulatory net.
Most cosmetic colours are considered capable of causing cancer - such as D&C reds 2, 3, 4, 10, 17 and 23; and FD&C red 10 and blue 4 - and are banned from US and European cosmetics,
Makeup is an entirely unnatural phenomenon and no makeup product can claim to be 100-per-cent safe. Even those that don’t have carcinogens may use ingredients that can cause allergic reactions, irritation or photosensitivity.
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is found throughout the world and is thought to affect one or two people in every 1000. It is named after William Parkinson, who first described it as ‘the shaking palsy’ in 1817.