Baby skin itself provides a perfect, natural protection for infants that needs little interference from the chemical-based products we find in the baby care aisle of a supermarket.
Toxic chemicals such as Diethanolamine (DEA) are best avoided by mothers-to be. Pregnant families who choose a healthy chemical-free lifestyle can provide a ‘best-possible’ environment in which a developing fetus can grow.
Peanut butter is a chemically enhanced, synthetic liquid slime. From the mould inhibitors used in the growing and storage process, to the rancid fats released in the roasting process, the nutritional value of peanut butter in a child’s diet is highly questionable.
My two year old insists on calling toothpaste ‘poo paste’. The wisdom of the young never ceases to amaze me.
Most commercial toothpastes are quite literally loaded with ‘crap ‚Äì ingredients that are harmful, especially for little ones who don’t cope with the toxic load of life like adults simply because they are smaller.
You read labels diligently because you know there are many ingredients that you are intolerant to or wish to avoid for health reasons.
You know that additives in the range 620 to 622 represent the MSG family and as you are one of the 40% of people have an MSG intolerance you especially avoid the processed food that contains them.
Around thirty percent of people claim to have sensitive skin and skin allergies and for many the shift to hypoallergenic cosmetic products is a necessity.
But did you know that in order to claim a product is hypoallergenic; a cosmetic manufacturer simply needs to remove the fragrance and artificial colours from their product?
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