Do Skincare Products Get Absorbed Into Your Bloodstream: Fact check
On average women add more than 200 chemicals to their skin daily, and more than 60% of these chemicals get absorbed directly into the bloodstream.Sodium Lauryl Sulfate in cosmetics cream.
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Sodium Lauryl Sulfate: The Facts
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On average women add more than 200 chemicals to their skin daily, and more than 60% of these chemicals get absorbed directly into the bloodstream. Combine this with chemicals found in hair care and dental hygiene products, such as Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate, and it’s no wonder why more people are searching for a natural solution.
There are many products labelled as ‘natural’ or ‘organic’ that still contain sulfates. The aim of SLS Free is to help you discover products that do not contain Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) or Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES) and learn more about the potential health problems these chemicals can cause.
"In addition to skin irritation, there are studies that point to residual levels of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate in the brain, lungs, liver, and heart..."
"In children, SLS has been linked to eye irritation and poor eye development. Even at very low levels, the product may be absorbed through the skin and cause issues with eye health..."
Ayupp Analysis –This is a spam message not at all true. Before saying much on the news we will first understand Sodium Lauryl Sulfate. Sodium laureth sulfate (SLES), is an accepted contraction of sodium lauryl ether sulfate (SLES). This is an anionic detergent found in many personal care products such as soaps, shampoos, toothpaste etc.
SLES is an not much expensive and is a effective foaming agent. SLES, sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), ammonium lauryl sulfate (ALS), and sodium pareth sulfate are surfactants that are used in many cosmetic products for their cleaning and emulsifying properties. They behave similarly to soap.
Now breaking the myth of the chemicals being absorbed in the blood is totally fake. It is not true that the whenever you apply the cream, it is getting absorbed into the skin/It must be known that skin is designed to keep things outside the human body. It protects almost all the chemicals, that is the reason we intake medicines.
As per the beautyandbrain , most of the cosmetics are too large to enter into the human body nd blood subsequently.
Chemical exposure per day from cosmetics
- Lipstick: 0.024 g
2. Spray perfume: 0.53 g
3. Liquid foundation: 0.67 g
4. Solid antiperspirant: 0.79
5. Face cream: 2.05 g
6. Hairspray: 3.57 g
7. Skin lotion: 8.70 g
8. Shampoo: 12.8 g
9. Body wash: 14.5 g
So, if you use all of these products every single day for a year, than you will be exposed to over 35 pounds of chemicals. Many of these products are mainly water, so if you remove out the water, your non-water chemical exposure is about 5 pounds in a year.
That would mean if it were true that you absorbed 5 pounds of chemicals from cosmetics every year, than your body would be absorbing everything and putting on your body. We know this isn’t true since we see this cream washed down the drain and we have to remove make-up every night
So conclusion is the spread message is fake, don’t be panicked.