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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?

Chemistry note:

  1. Thickeners are surfactants, an agent of detergent.
  2. Detergent chemicals and surfactant chemicals become one in water.
  3. Surfactants harden when dry (this is widely why fabric softeners are available).
  4. Due to the thickening properties of surfactants, they are incapable of fully rinsing out of fabrics during the rinse cycle.
  5. Finally, the dried laundry having combined detergent and surfactant, coupled with a softener, further the chemical contamination lodged in the fibers of your fabrics.

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People regularly perspire in clothing. Moisture is an activator for mutative and hormonal-disruptive chemicals, which by skin absorption may enter your body and affect a multitude of organs.

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.

The #1 skin contaminate, infects pathways that lead to:

Diabetes
Cancer
Insomnia
Bipolar or manic depression
Allergies or Multiple Sensitivities
Autoimmune Disorders
(Thyroid Issues)
Dementia/Alzheimer’s
Anxiety

It’s no wonder, depressive disorders overwhelm the medical industry.

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Do you shower and then dry off with a towel carrying detergent chemicals?

How skin symptoms can be eliminated in many cases.

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Source:

  1. hormone
  2. testosterone
  3. metabolic syndrome
  4. dermatitis
  5. endocrine
  6. skin absorption
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