Hi. We've got some thoughts. Glad you're here.
Good-for-you products for everyone.
Honestly, do we really know what we’re applying, spraying or rubbing onto our skin? Me: Nope. We may feel a sense of security that personal care products are regulated by the FDA; however, they’re not treated like drugs. No approvals necessary.
Alas, we’ve built pretty efficient communities and households. But it comes at a price. The products we use, day-to-day, are made with toxic fluoridated chemicals, called PFAS. They never break down and have been linked to cancer and reproductive and immune system diseases.
A time of COVID-19 means manufacturers have produced hand sanitizers to meet the growing public health recommendations for all of us to stay healthy through continual hand washing. And products are scarce. Yet, with so much access to information, is our response still: Available products, even with toxins, are better than none?