zondag 24 januari 2016

Shocking: Illegal Cancer-Causing Chemical Found In Nearly 100 Popular Shampoo Brands
A substance called Cocamide DEA is a chemically modified form of coconut oil that is used as a thickener or foaming agent in shampoo. However, the state of California has outlawed its use, because it may be carcinogenic to humans. The CEH is suing companies producing and distributing these products, including Prell, Paul Mitchell and Colgate Palmolive shampoos. Also included are products marketed to children, and even Friday, those which falsely claims to be organic (Organic by Africa’sBest.)

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