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Baby Cosmetics Johnson & Johnson Contain Toxic Levels Of Phthalates

Cleaning supplies at home are Toxic Baby Cosmetics Contain Toxic Levels Of Phthalates

February 4 2008 - Baby products such as powders, shampoos and lotions that are used to keep infants clean have been found to contain very high levels of hormone-altering toxic chemicals. Our children are growing up in a toxic environment. continued below


Johnson & Johnson has toxic chemicals which cause hormone imbalance.

Evaluate Ingredients Before You Buy

The issue of potential toxins lurking in shampoos, soaps, lotions and other personal care products is a serious one, as your skin readily absorbs these chemicals, allowing them directly into your blood stream. When absorbed, they can actually do more harm than if you were to swallow them.

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Results of a study find that babies who were exposed to these products had 4 times the blood levels of phthalates than their parents who did not use the products previously.

The study was performed on babies living in Los Angeles and 2 other cities, and concludes that the fact that babies are being exposed to dangerous hormone-altering chemicals may have reproductive effects.

Dr. Sheela Sathyanarayana of the University of Washingtons Department of Pediatrics, the leader of the study states that their findings indicate that in most cases dangerous chemicals found in baby products gain access to the baby through the skin.

The research found that as the use of baby cosmetics rose, the levels of phthalate in infants also rose.

"Phthalate exposure is widespread and variable in infants. We found that mothers reported use of infant lotion, infant powder and shampoo was significantly associated with . . . urinary concentrations," the scientists wrote in the new study.

The study is being published today in the medical journal Pediatrics.

Momlogic spoke to a Victorias Secret spokeswoman who had the following to say: Millions of women love Victorias Secret bras. We have strict quality controls around our products, and we do not use formaldehyde in our bras. Customer safety and satisfaction are always our primary concerns, and we take very seriously any issues our customers may have with our

General Shopping Guidelines

Some general guidelines to keep in mind when purchasing personal care products include:

SOURCE : CIDPUSA. Johnson & Johnson

So to help women CIDPUSA has put together a guide for you to survive in this contaminated world.

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