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Dangerous Detergents

Trading soap suds to neurotoxins and carcinogens

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Before World War II, clothing was washed with soap.

Then someone had the bright idea to use cheaper petrochemicals with cancer-causing, endocrine-disrupting, neuro-toxic ingredients.

Some of the ingredients in "normal" laundry soap are so toxic that if you put them in a barrel and left on the side of the road you could be arrested for dumping toxic waste.

The new chemicals stick to the clothes - because that's what they are designed to do. The skin - your skin - which is the largest organ in the body absorbs them and they go straight into your bloodstream.

Add that up 365 days a year and it comes a whole lot of toxins.

Getting a handle on this one "simple" insidious threat is essential for protecting your health and the health of your family.

Stop paying for the privilege of being poisoned.

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