Concerns About Parabens In Cosmetics Discussed By THAT Skin Care
(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 10, 2015 ) Oakland, Florida -- Women walk a fine line in terms of looking their best while keeping themselves healthy at the same time. Good looks should be a sign of overall health. However, the price some women pay by using certain personal care products day after day is a high one in terms of safety. Parabens found in foods and cosmetics are a prime example of this growing concern.
The potential danger of using products containing parabens has been widely publicized in recent years. And while there is some debate about just how harmful these cheap preservatives can be, many consumers are taking notice and avoiding their use altogether. Cutting edge cosmetics manufacturers have responded accordingly by introducing paraben free skin care and beauty products.
According to Cheryl Lynn of THAT Skin Care, "We have chosen to avoid using parabens in all of our products. Because there is a potential safety concern, we're not willing to risk the health and well-being of our customers when there are better and safer alternatives." Lynn went on to say that she uses the products herself and avoiding parabens is a personal choice she has made as well.
In a recent article published by THAT Skin Care, the hidden dangers of parabens are highlighted (http://www.thatskincare.com/dangers-of-parabens/). Studies suggesting a link to breast cancer, increased estrogen and problems for children are covered. Both sides of the debate are addressed to allow readers to make their own informed decision.
Although a lot of brands have switched to safer preservative ingredients, there are still plenty of mainstream products that contain them. A trip down the beauty isle of any drugstore will reveal several products with methylparaben, propylparaben and similar "paraben" listings. Concerned consumers should read each product label thoroughly to avoid undesirable additives in the products they choose to use.
As with so many beauty fixes, personal care products are used with the best of intentions. Unfortunate side effects of personal grooming tend to happen when harmful substances are allowed to enter the body via the skin over and over again. The damage is not apparent until years later when it's often too late to correct.
Lynn adds, "Consumers should feel good about the products they use and a simple review of the product label will reveal whether parabens have been added. Fortunately there are many products such as THAT's Age-Defying Moisturizer (http://www.amazon.com/anti-aging-moisturizer/dp/B00DVSELOO) that provide both visible results and the safety of a paraben-free formula. It's truly an exciting time in skin care with so many options available."
About THAT Skin Care
THAT Skin Care believes every woman deserves to be beautiful without subjecting her skin to dangerous ingredients or harsh chemical treatments. Every THAT product is formulated to encourage healthy, younger looking skin. Information about the brand's product line is available at http://www.thatskincare.com/products/
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