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The dangers of pesticides has been linked to a wide variety of modern illnesses including fertility problems, chronic fatigue, allergies, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), asthma, depression and others.
By adopting an organic lifestyle, e.g. purchasing organic products with the official organic food logos, you are supporting organic farmers and protecting and maintaining a healthy ecosystem. At the same time you are also improving your health.
Harmful synthetic chemicals can be found in products we have in our kitchen, bathroom, laundry, clothing, furniture, pet treatments and more. There are now many certified organic alternatives! Do you like the idea of your children and or future generations being able to visit and play in beautiful pristine rainforests, open country fields full of wildflowers, watch wild-life in their natural environment and swim in unpolluted waters? Then the decision to avoid exposure to hazardous synthetic chemicals and the dangers of pesticides should be an easy one.
By only using certified organic body care on your skin on a daily basis you will avoid exposure and absorption of harmful chemicals through the skin.
The majority of chemical laden body care products on the market today can cause a plethora of problems such as:
* food and skin allergies
* skin rashes
* itchy, flaky, dry skin patches and the list goes on
Conventional makeup contains a plethora of nasty chemicals that can include such things as heavy metals, parabens, fragrance, talc, petrochemicals, artificial colors, dyes and more.
One such harsh ingredient, lead, found in everyday lipsticks accumulates in the body over time, is a proven neurotoxin and can cause learning, language and behavioural problems such as lowered IQ, reduced school performance and aggression.
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