Fabrics washed regularly, may be subject to daily toxic chemical contamination.
Washing machines, often contain highly toxic soap-scum. Washing machine internal build-up, does release a toxic film that infiltrates clothing with each wash-load.
We estimate that over 95% of washers across America, have black slime in the secondary drum (the washing machine’s cycling chamber). This growth can easily be flushed out.
Clothing washed in a contaminated washer, will generally contain highly toxic residue.
Here’s the important thing: When we sweat, the toxins in our clothing will enter our skin. This can affect hormone pathways and lead to poor estrogen & testosterone renewal. Further, it is well documented, pathway contamination may agitate a range of neural pathways and may cause years of skin tissue damage too.
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