What targets your stability most?
The simple answer may be: Laundry detergent chemicals, particularly thickeners (made from disruptive and mutative chemicals). Caustic chemicals in fabrics, transfer to our skin, especially when we sweat?
- Thickeners are surfactants, an agent of detergent.
- Detergent chemicals and surfactant chemicals become one in water.
- Surfactants harden when dry (this is widely why fabric softeners are available).
- Due to the thickening properties of surfactants, they are incapable of fully rinsing out of fabrics during the rinse cycle.
- Finally, the dried laundry having combined detergent and surfactant, coupled with a softener, further the chemical contamination lodged in the fibers of your fabrics.
It is crazy that upon showering, with skin pores wide open, we grab a towel carrying invasive detergent chemicals, and then dry off, unaware of spreading the toxic residue over our wet skin and scalp.
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