Chapped Skin When Feeding Your Baby

Chapped or dry skin may itch with discomfort.

Natural breast creams may help, though these type of agents may cause oily stains on your shirt.

Typically, washing clothes will leave strong detergent residue in your fabrics.

Studies show, moisture from breast seepage, may react with detergent residue and inflame breast tissue.A bra could contain substantial residue. This may lead to chapping.
As is true with most laundry detergent, washed fabrics such as clothing, will often harbor 25+VOC’s, harmful chemicals like benzine and dioxane.
If detergent residue is present while breastfeeding, this may result in heightened skin absorption.
As chemical absorption by the skin does occur, not only could your baby be effected by the surface residue, disruption to hormone pathways may occur.

Skin absorption, the #1 intake pathway may cause:

Disruption to your fetus during pregnancy, skin chapping, itch, rash and daily mood swings. It could lead to much worse conditions:

Fatigue Syndrome
Pulmonary Embolism
Addictive Behaviors
Frequent miscarriages
Bipolar or manic depression
Allergies or Multiple Sensitivities
Spina Bifida or Cleft Palate or Neural Tube Defects
Multiple Sclerosis and other Autoimmune Disorders
Hashimoto’s or Hypothyroidism (Thyroid Issues)

Symptoms can be eliminated in many cases: Residue free detergent.

Link: Organic laundry detergents + natural softener.


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