Apricot seeds and walnut shells sound like a healthy way to exfoliate your face. But ground shells and pits—unless they are refined into a cosmetic-grade product—have irregularly shaped surfaces that can cause microscopic tears in delicate facial skin
Aluminium up in your armpit?
The most effective deodorant contain aluminum chlorohydrate but don't sweat it,very small amounts of aluminum chlorohydrate don’t increase your risk for Alzheimer’s.
Petroleum for your face?
Facial products derived from petroleum are highly refined and very different from that can of WD-40 sitting on your man’s tool bench.Petroleum jelly is one of the best, most cost-effective moisturizers in the world.
Parabens are the most commonly used preservatives in cosmetics, but many products are now advertised as “paraben-free.FDA has concluded that the tiny (0.01 to 0.03%) amount of parabens present in cosmetics is safe.Unless a person is allergic to parabens,this class of preservatives should be avoided.
All natural ingredients?
Plant extracts can contain volatile oils that can cause irritation and sensitivity, especially to the sun.
What's in your shampoo?
Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) and sodium laureth sulfate (SLES) are known irritant.It would be good if you find an affordable product that does not contain it.