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The Story of Cosmetics


We use personal care products every day. This episode of BOK will examine the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in cosmetics, from lipstick to baby shampoo, reveal the implications for consumer and worker health and the environment, and outline ways we can move the industry away from hazardous chemicals and towards safer alternatives.  Here is Part II.








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One thing we do know is that they’re getting inside us. I had my body's toxicity levels tested and I’m loaded with things like mercury, flame retardants, triclosan and lead! We all are. Even babies are being born pre-polluted.



Now I know we can't live in a lead free world, but do we have to put lead in our lipstick? I don't know. Maybe it's my fault. Maybe I just bought the wrong thing. At the store, the choices seem endless. I can get lipstick in 49 shades or shampoo for hair that's too dry, oily, fine, limp or frizzy, but what about the choices that really matter? Like the choice to buy products that are safe. It turns out the important decisions don't happen when I choose to take a product off the shelf. They happen when companies and governments decide what products should go on the shelves.



So who are these companies? This is Procter & Gamble. They’re the ones offering me Herbal Essences, the number two shampoo in the country. It contains toxic petro chemicals made from oil. Since when is oil an herb? On cosmetics labels, words like “herbal”, “natural”, even “organic” have no legal definition. That means anybody can put anything in a bottle and call it natural. And they do. I mean, can you image a top seller called “Petro Essences”? Gross. What’s even nastier are hair relaxers marketed to five-year olds and skin whitening creams. These are super toxic both in their ingredients and in the messages they send about what beauty is. Oh, here is Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help find a cure for breast cancer. That's nice. But wait, they’re also using chemicals linked to cancer. Don’t you think the best way for Estee Lauder to fight cancer is to stop using those chemicals in the first place? So really, I get to choose between meaningless claims on a bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into those bottles. And that happens back here, at the factories where they’re formulated.



Why do the makers of these products use all these toxics? Are they trying to poison us? No, they’re just working from a 1950s mindset when people were totally swept up in "better living through chemistry". In all that excitement, they forgot to worry about human health impacts. That was years ago, and they are still using the same old toxic chemicals. Today, big cosmetics companies say the doses of poison in their products are small enough to be harmless. Yeah, maybe if you use them once a year! I guess they never get out and see that their products are being used and combined with other products every day: a little toxic dose under your arms, a little more on your hair, on your lips. And workers in nail and hair salons get dosed all day long!


jessiyear在 整理的生词:
mercury: n. a silver-colored liquid metal that is used especially in thermometers and barometers 汞



flame retardants: 阻燃剂



triclosan: 三氯生



lead: n. a soft heavy grey metal that melts easily and is poisonours  铅



shade: n. a particular type of red, green, blue etc. 色度

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One thing we do know is that they are getting inside us. I had my body's toxins levels tested and I am loaded with thing like mercury, flame retardants, triclosan and lead. We are *, even babies are being born pre-polluted. Now I know we can't live in a lead free world, but do we have to put lead in lipstick? I don't know, maybe it's my fault; maybe I just bought the wrong thing. At the store, the choices seem endless. I can get lipstick in 49 shapes or shampoo for hair that is too dry, oily, fine, limp or frizzy, but what about the choices that really matter? Like the choice buy products that are safe. It turns out the important decisions don't happen when an eye * product off the shelf. They happen when companies and government decide what products should go on the shelf. So who are these companies? This is Procter & Gamble, third ones offering me herbal essences, the number two shampoo in the country. It contains toxic petro chemicals made from oil, since when its oil on an herbal. On cosmetics labels, words like herbal, natural even organic have no legal definition. That means anybody can put anything in the bottle and call it natural. And they do. I mean can you image a top seller called petro essences, gross. What even nastier are hair relaxers marked it to five year odds and skin whitening screams. These are super toxic. Both in their ingredients and in the message they send about what beauty is. Oh, here is an Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help found a cure for breast cancer, that's nice. But wait, they are also using chemicals linked to cancer. Do I think the best way for Estee Lauder to fight cancer is to stop using those chemicals in the first place? So really, I get to choose between the meaningless claims on a bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into those bottles. And that happens back here, at the factories where they formulated. Why do the makers of these products use all these toxics? Are they trying to poison us? No, they are just working from a 1950s mind set when people were totally swiped up and better their living through chemistry. In all that excitement, they forgot to worry about human health impacts. That was years ago, and they still using the same old toxic chemicals. Today, big cosmetics companies said their doses of poisonous products are small and have to be harmless. Yeah, may be if you use them once a year. I guess that it never get out and see that their products have been using combined with other products everyday. A little toxic dose under your arms, a little more on your hair, on your lips, and workers in nails and hairs salons get dosed all day long.
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One thing we do know is that they are getting inside us. I had my body's toxins levels tested and I am loaded with thing like mercury, flame retardants, triclosan and lead. We are all, even babies are being born pre-polluted. Now I know we can't live in a lead free world, but do we have to put lead in lipstick? I don't know. Maybe it's my fault, maybe I just bought the wrong thing. At the store, the choices seem endless. I can get lipstick in 49 shapes or shampoo for hair that is too dry, oily, fine, limp or frizzy, but what about the choices that really matter? Like the choice buy products that are safe. It turns out the important decisions don't happen when an eye adjust product off the shelf. They happen when companies and government decide what products should go on the shelf. So who are these companies? This is Procter & Gamble, third ones offering me herbal essences, the number two shampoo in the country. It contains toxic petro chemicals made from oil, since when its oil on an herbal. On cosmetics labels, words like herbal, natural even organic have no legal definition. That means anybody can put anything in the bottle and call it natural. And they do. I mean can you image a top seller called petro essences, gross. What even nastier are hair relaxers marked it to five year odds and skin whitening screams. These are super toxic. Both in their ingredients and in the message they send about what beauty is. Oh, here is an Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help found a cure for breast cancer, that's nice. But wait, they are also using chemicals linked to cancer. Do I think the best way for Estee Lauder to fight cancer is to stop using those chemicals in the first place? So really, I get to choose between the meaningless claims on a bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into those bottles. And that happens back here, at the factories where they formulated. Why do the makers of these products use all these toxics? Are they trying to poison us? No, they are just working from a 1950s mind set when people were totally swiped up and better their living through chemistry. In all that excitement, they forgot to worry about human health impacts. That was years ago, and they still using the same old toxic chemicals. Today, big cosmetics companies said their doses of poisonous products are small and have to be harmless. Yeah, may be if you use them once a year. I guess that it never get out and see that their products have been using combined with other products every day. A little toxic dose under your arms, a little more on your hair, on your lips, and workers in nails and hairs salons get dosed all day long.
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One thing we do know is that they are getting inside us. I had my body's toxicity levels tested and I am loaded with things like mercury, flame retardants, triclosan and lead. We all are , even babies are being born pre-polluted.Now I know we can't live in a lead-free world, but do we have to put lead in our lipstick? I don't know, maybe it's my fault; maybe I just bought the wrong thing.
At the store, the choices seem endless. I can get lipstick in 49 shades or shampoo for hair that 's too dry, oily, fine, limp or frizzy, but what about the choices that really matter? Like the choice buy products ley us safe. It turns out the important decisions don't happen when an i choose product off the shelf. They happen when companies and governments decide what products should go on the shelves.
So who are these companies? This is Procter & Gamble, they are the ones offering me herbal essences, the number two shampoo in the country. It contains toxic petrol chemicals, made from oil? Since when is oil an herbal?
On cosmetics labels, words like herbal, natural even organic have no legal definition. That means anybody can put anything in the bottle and call it natural. And they do. I mean can you image a top-seller called petrol essences, gross.
What's even nastier are hair relaxers market to five year odds and skin whitening screams. These are super toxic. Both in their ingredients and in the message they send about what beauty is.
Oh, here is an Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help find a cure for breast cancer, that's nice. But wait, they are also using chemicals linked to cancer. Do you think the best way for Estee Lauder to fight cancer is to stop using those chemicals in the first place?
So really, I get to choose between the meaningless claims on the bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into those bottles. And that happens back here, at the factories where they are formulated.
Why do the makers of these products use all these toxics? Are they trying to poison us? No, they are just working for my 1950s mind set when people were totally swiped up and better their living through chemistry. In all that excitement, they forgot to worry about human health impacts. That was years ago, and they still using the same old toxic chemicals. Today, big cosmetics companies say their doses of poison in their products are small enough to be harmless. Yeah, may be for using once a year. I guess they never get out and see that their products are being used combined with other products everyday. A little toxic dose under your arms, a little more on your hair, on your lips, and workers in nails and hairs salons get dosed all day long.

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One thing we do know is they’ll get inside us. I had my bodies touched the C-level testing and I’m loaded with things like mercury(汞), flame retardants(阻燃剂), triclosant(三氯生) and lead. We all are, even babies have been born pure polluted. Though I know we can’t live in a lead-free world between active lead on lipstick. I don’t know, maybe it’s my fault, maybe I just bought the wrong thing. In the store, the choices seem endless. I can get lipsticks in 49 shapes or shampoo for hair-stylist to dry oily, fine, limp or freezy. But what about the choices that are really matter, like the choices don’t happen when I chooce the product off the shelf. They haven’t when companies and government decide what products should go on the shelves.


So who are these companies? This is procter&gamble, they are the one offering urban assemptoms, the NO.2 shampoo in the country. It contains toxics and petrol chemicals made from oil since we have oil and herb. On cosmetic levels, words like herbal(草本的), natural, even organic(有机的) have no legal definition. That means anybody can put anything in bottling calling natural. And they do. I mean, can you imagine a top seller called Petro Stramant? Gross. What even lurks you are hair relacers marketed to five-year olds and skin whitening creams. These are super toxic, both in their ingredients and the messages they send about what beauty is.

Oh, here is Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help find a cure to breast cancer. That’s nice! But wait. Girls are using chemicals that are linked to cancer. Don’t you think the best way for Estee Lauder to fight cancer is to stop using those chemicals in the first place? So really, I got to choose between the meaningless plates on the bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into the bottle. And that happens back her at the factories where they formulated. Why do the makers of these products using those toxics? Are they triant and poisonless? No. They are just working from 1956’w main set where people are totally screwed up in better living chemistry. In all that excitement, they forgot to worry about human health impacts. That was years ago, and they are still using the same old toxics and chemicals. Today, the cosmetic company says the doses of poisoning products are smaller and left to be harmless. Yeah, if you use them once in a year. I guess they never get out and see that the products have been used and combined with other products everyday. A little toxic doses on your arms, a little more on your hair and on your lips. And workers in nail and hair salong get this all day long.
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One thing we do know is that they are getting inside us. I had my body's toxins levels tested and I am loaded with thing like mercury, flame retardants, triclosan and lead. We all are, even babies are being born pre-polluted. Now I know we can't live in a lead free world, but do we have to put lead in lipstick? I don't know. Maybe it's my fault, maybe I just bought the wrong thing. At the store, the choices seem endless. I can get lipstick in 49 shapes or shampoo for hair that is too dry, oily, fine, limp or frizzy, but what about the choices that really matter? Like the choice buy products that are safe. It turns out the important decisions don't happen when I chose the  product off the shelf. They happen when companies and government decide what products should go on the shelf. So who are these companies? This is Procter & Gamble, third ones offering me herbal essences, the number two shampoo in the country. It contains toxic petro chemicals made from oil, since when its oil on  earth. On cosmetics labels, words like herbal, natural even organic have no legal definition. That means anybody can put anything in the bottle and call it natural. And they do. I mean can you image a top seller called petro essences, gross. What even nastier are hair relaxers marked it to five year odds and skin whitening screams. These are super toxic. Both in their ingredients and in the messages they send about what beauty is. Oh, here is an Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help found a cure for breast cancer, that's nice. But wait, they are also using chemicals linked to cancer. Do I think the best way for Estee Lauder to fight cancer is to stop using those chemicals in the first place? So really, I get to choose between the meaningless claims on a bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into those bottles. And that happens back here, at the factories where they formulated. Why do the makers of these products use all these toxics? Are they trying to poison us? No, they are just working from a 1950s mind set when people were totally swiped up and better their living through chemistry. In all that excitement, they forgot to worry about human health impacts. That was years ago, and they still using the same old toxic chemicals. Today, big cosmetics companies said their doses of poisonous products are small enough to be harmless. Yeah, may be if you use them once a year. I guess that it never get out and see that their products have been using combined with other products every day. A little toxic dose under your arms, a little more on your hair, on your lips, and workers in nails and hairs salons get dosed all day long.
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One thing we do know is that they getting inside us. I had my body’s toxic level tested, and I’m loaded with things like mercury, flame retardants, triclosan, and lead. We all are, even baby has been born pre-polluted.

Now I know we can’t live in a lead-free world, but we have to put lead on lipsticks? I don’t know, maybe it’s my fault, maybe I just bought the wrong thing. At the store, the choice seems endless. I can get lipstick in 49 sheets, or shampoo for hair the so dry oily find lamper frizzy, but what about the choice really matter? Like the choice about product that are safe. It turn out the important decisions don’t happen when Itricity product off the shelf. They happen when company and government decide what product should go on the shelves, so who are these companies?

This is Proctor& Gamble, * one offering me herbal essences, the No.2 shampoo in the country. It contains toxic petrochemicals, made from oil, since it was oil and herbal, on chosemedics label, words like herbal, natural, even organic have no legal definition, that means anybody can put anything in the bodying calling natural, and they do. I mean can you image an top seller called petro essences? Rose. What even last year a hairy lacksasers marked five years old and scan whitening creams, these are super toxic, both in an ingredients, and in a message that they send about what beauty is.

Oh, here is Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help fight careful breast cancer. That’s nice, but wait, they also using chemicals link to cancer. Don’t you think the best way for Estee Lauder to fight against cancer is to stop using those chemicals the first place? So really, I get to choose between the meanless claim on the bottle. But these guys get the real choices about what into these bottles, and that happens by here. At the factories where they’re formulated, why did the makers of the these products use all those toxic? Are they trying to poison us? No, they are just working from a 1950s mine set when people were totally swept up by bad living through chemistry. In all that excitement, they forgot to worry about human health impacts, that was years ago and they are still using the same old toxic chemicals.

Today, big cosmetic company says the doze of poison in their product are small enough to be harmless. Yeah, maybe for use once in a year, I guess it never get out as you see the product has been used * with other products every day. A little toxic doze in your arms, a little more in your ear, and in your lips, and workers are neizing hairs long get those all day long.
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One thing we do know is that get inside us. I have my body *** and I’m loaded with things mercury flame retardants triclosan and lead. We all are even babies serving in born polluted. There are known we cant leave left free world. But we have to put lead on lip stick. I don’t know. Maybe it’s my fault. Maybe I just bought the wrong thing. At the store the traces some endless, I can get lipsticks in 49 shades. Or shampoo for hair loose dry oily find limper freeze. But what about the choices that really matter, Like the choice by products that are safe. It turns out the important decisions don’t happen when I choose if the product off the shelf. They happen when companies and governments decide what product should go on the shelves. So who are this companies. This is procter&gamble. Third ones offer me urban ascents the number two shampoo in the country. It contains toxin and petro chemicals made from oil, some the oil on urbe. On cosmataslables works like herbal natural even organic have no legal definition. That mean anybody can put anything in the bottling called nature and they do. I mean can you image of top seller called petro ascents. Growth. What’s even next year are hear we lextrues marked to 5 Europe’s and skin withing creams. These are super toxin both in their grdance and the message they send what about beauty is. Oh! Here is estee lauder offer me a chance to help fight breast cancer. That’s right. But wait. They are also using chemicals link to cancer. * the best way for estee lauder to fight cancer is just stop using those chemicals on first place. So really I get to choose between many of claims on the bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what close into those bottles. And that happens back here. At the factories where reformulated. Why do the makers of these products use the toxics. Are they trying to poison us? No. they are just working from 1950 when people were totally swap better living to chemistry. In the * they had to got warry about human health impacts. That was years ago and there still using the same or toxin chemicals. Today big cost company say the doses poison in the products are small enough to be harmless. Yeah, maybe for using once a year. I guess they never get out and see the products are been using to mid with orher products everyday. A little toxic * to your arms a little more on your hair on your lips. And work in nail and hairlanch. Get does to all day long.
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One thing we  do know is that they are getting inside us. I had my body's toxins  levels tested and I am loaded with thing like mercury, flame retardants,  triclosan and lead. We all are , even babies are being born pre-polluted.  Now I know we can't live in a lead free world, but do we have to put  lead in lipstick? I don't know, maybe it's my fault; maybe I just bought  the wrong thing. At the store, the choices seem endless. I can get  lipstick in 49 shapes or shampoo for hair that is too dry, oily, fine,  limp or frizzy, but what about the choices that really matter? Like the  choice buy products that are safe. It turns out the important decisions  don't happen when I choose the products off the shelfs. They happen when  companies and government decide what products should go on the shelf. So  who are these companies?

This is Procter & Gamble, third one's  offering me herbal essences, the number two shampoo in the country. It  contains toxic petro chemicals made from oil, since when its oil on an  herbal. On cosmetics labels, words like herbal, natural even organic  have no legal definition. That means anybody can put anything in the  bottle and call it natural. And they do. I mean can you image a top  seller called petro essences, gross. What even nastier are hair relaxers  marked it to five year odds and skin whitening screams. These are super  toxic. Both in their ingredients and in the message they send about  what beauty is. Oh, here is an Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help  found a cure for breast cancer, that's nice. But wait, they are also  using chemicals linked to cancer. Do I think the best way for Estee  Lauder to fight cancer is to stop using those chemicals in the first  place? So really, I get to choose between the meaningless claims on a  bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into those  bottles. And that happens back here, at the factories where they  formulated. Why do the makers of these products use all these toxics?  Are they trying to poison us? No, they are just working from a 1950s  mind set when people were totally swiped up and better their living  through chemistry. In all that excitement, they forgot to worry about  human health impacts.

That was years ago, and they still using the same  old toxic chemicals. Today, big cosmetics companies said their doses of  poisonous products are small and have to be harmless. Yeah, may be if  you use them once a year. I guess that it never get out and see that  their products have been using combined with other products everyday. A  little toxic dose under your arms, a little more on your hair, on your  lips, and workers in nails and hairs salons get dosed all day long.
                                                   
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One thing we do know is that they are getting inside us. I had my body's toxins levels tested, and I am loaded with things like mercury, flame retardants, triclosan and lead. We all are. Even babies are being born pre-polluted. Now I know we can't live in a lead-free world. But we have to put lead in our lipstick. I don't know. Maybe it's my fault. Maybe I just bought the wrong thing. At the store, the choices seem endless. I can get lipstick in 49 shapes or shampoo for hair that is too dry, oily, fine, limp or frizzy. But what about the choices that really matter?  Like the choice buy products that are safe. It turns out the important decisions don't happen when I choose the products off the shelf. They happen when companies and governments decide what products should go on the shelves. So who are these companies?  This is Procter and Gamble, third ones offering me herbal essences, the NO.2 shampoo in the country. It contains toxic petrol chemicals, made from oil, since when it's oil in herb. On cosmetics labels, words like herbal, natural, even organic have no legal definition. That means that anybody can put anything in a bottle and call it natural, and they do. I mean can you imagine a top-seller called petro essences, gross? What even nastier are hair relaxers marketed to five-year-olds and skin whitening creams. These are super toxic. Both in their ingredients and in the message they send about what beauty is. Oh. Here is Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help fight to kill the breast cancer. That's nice. But wait. They are also using chemicals linked to cancer. Do I think the best way for Estee Lauder to fight cancer is to stop using those chemicals in the first place? So really, I get to choose between the meaningless claims on a bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into those bottles. And that happens back here, at the factory where they are formulated. Why do the makers of these products use those toxins? Are they trying to poison us? No. They are just working from a 1950's mindset when people were totally swept up in better living through chemistry. In all that excitement they forgot to worry about human health impacts. That was years ago, and they are still using the same old toxic chemicals. Today, big cosmetics companies say the doses of the poisonous products are small enough to be harmless. Yeah, maybe if you use them once a year. I guess they never get out and see that their products have been using combined with other products everyday. A little toxic dose under your arms, a little more on your hair, on your lips and workers in nail and hair salon get those all day long.

This post was generated by put listening repetition system,  Check the original dictation thread!
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One thing we do know is that they are getting inside us. I had my body's toxins levels tested and I am loaded with thing like mercury, flame retardants, triclosan and lead. We are all, even babies are being born pre-polluted. Now I know we can't live in a lead-free world, but do we have to put lead on our lipstick? I don't know. Maybe it's my fault, maybe I just bought the wrong thing. At the store, the choices seem endless. I can get lipstick in 49 shades or shampoo for hair that is too dry, oily, fine, limp or frizzy, but what about the choices that really matter? Like the choice where products are safe. It turns out the important decisions don't happen when an eye adjust product off the shelf. They happen when companies and government decide what products should go on the shelf. So who are these companies? This is Procter & Gamble, third ones offering me herbal essences, the number two shampoo in the country. It contains toxic petro chemicals made from oil, since when it’s oil an herbal. On cosmetics labels, words like herbal, natural even organic have no legal definition. That means anybody can put anything in the bottle and call it natural. And they do. I mean can you imagine a top seller called petro essences, gross. What’s even nastier are hair relaxers marked to five-year-olds and skin whitening creams. These are super toxic. Both in their ingredients and in the message they send about what beauty is. Oh, here is Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help find a cure for breast cancer, that's nice. But wait, they are also using chemicals linked to cancer. Do I think the best way for Estee Lauder to fight cancer is to stop using those chemicals in the first place? So really, I get to choose between the meaningless claims on a bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into those bottles. And that happens back here, at the factories where they formulated. Why do the makers of these products use all these toxics? Are they trying to poison us? No, they are just working from a 1950s mindset when people were totally swiped up and better their living through chemistry. In all that excitement, they forgot to worry about human health impacts. That was years ago, and they still using the same old toxic chemicals. Today, big cosmetics companies said their doses of poisonous products are small and have to be harmless. Yeah, may be if you use them once a year. I guess that it never get out and see that their products have been using combined with other products every day. A little toxic dose under your arms, a little more on your hair, on your lips, and workers in nails and hairs salons get dosed all day long.

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One thing we do know is that it’s getting inside us. I have my body T and I’m loaded with things like mercury, flame retardants, triclosan and lead. We are L, even babies are being born polluted. Now I know we can leave lead for a while, but we have to put lead on lipstick. I don’t know. Maybe it’s my fault. Maybe I just bought the wrong thing. At the store, the choices seem endless. I can get lipsticks in 49 shapes or shampoo for, oil freezy, but what about the choices that really matter? Like the choice of products that are safe. It turns out the important decisions don’t happen when I choose a product off the shelf. They happen when companies and government decide what product should go on the shelves. So who are these companies? This is Procter & Gamble, third ones offer me herbal essences, the number two shampoo in the country. It contains toxin and petro chemicals made from oil, what is oil and herb. One cosmetics labels, words like herbal, natural, even organic have no legal definitions. That means anybody can put any thing in the bottle and call it natural and they do. I mean can you imagine the top seller called Petro Essences? Gross. What’s even nastier are H marked to fired your and skin white increase. These are super toxic. Both in the gridiance and the message they send about what beauty is. Oh, here is Estee Lauder offering me the chance to help find a cure for breast cancer. That’s nice, but wait, they are also using chemicals linked to cancer. The best way to fighting cancer is just stops using the chemicals in the first place. So really, I get to choose between meaningless claims on the bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into the bottles. And that happens back here at the factories where they’re formulated. Why do the makers of these products use these toxic? Are they trying to poison us? No, they are just working for a 1950s mind said when people were totally swept in a better living with chemisty. In nowadays they about got to worry about the human health in facts. That was years ago and they are still using the same all toxic chemicals. Today, because the medical companies said a dozen of poison chemicals are small enough to be harmless. Year, maybe if you use it once a year. I guess they never get on to see that products are being using combining other products everyday. A little toxic in your arm, a little more on your hair, on your lips, and workers in nail and hair saloons get those all day long.

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One thing we do know is that they’re getting inside us. I had my body's toxicity levels tested and I’m loaded with things like mercury, flame retardants, triclosan and lead! We all are. Even babies are being born pre-polluted.

 

Now I know we can't live in a lead free world, but do we have to put lead in our lipstick? I don't know. Maybe it's my fault. Maybe I just bought the wrong thing. At the store, the choices seem endless. I can get lipstick in 49 shades or shampoo for hair that's too dry, oily, fine, limp or frizzy, but what about the choices that really matter? Like the choice to buy products that are safe. It turns out the important decisions don't happen when I choose to take a product off the shelf. They happen when companies and governments decide what products should go on the shelves.

 

So who are these companies? This is Procter & Gamble. They’re the ones offering me Herbal Essences, the number two shampoo in the country. It contains toxic petro chemicals made from oil. Since when is oil an herb? On cosmetics labels, words like “herbal”, “natural”, even “organic” have no legal definition. That means anybody can put anything in a bottle and call it natural. And they do. I mean, can you image a top seller called “Petro Essences”? Gross. What’s even nastier are hair relaxers marketed to five-year olds and skin whitening creams. These are super toxic, both in their ingredients and in the messages they send about what beauty is. Oh, here is / Estee Lauder offering me a chance to help find a cure for breast cancer. That's nice. But wait, they’re also using chemicals linked to cancer. Don’t you think the best way for Estee Lauder to fight cancer is to stop using those chemicals in the first place? So really, I get to choose between / meaningless claims on a bottle. But these guys get the real choice about what goes into those bottles. And that happens back here, at the factories where they’re formulated.

 

Why do the makers of these products use all these toxics? Are they trying to poison us? No, they’re just working from a 1950s mindset when people were totally swiped up in better their living through chemistry. In all that excitement, they forgot to worry about human health impacts. That was years ago, and they are still using the same old toxic chemicals. Today, big cosmetics companies say the doses of poison in their products are small enough to be harmless. Yeah, maybe if you use them once a year! I guess they never get out and see that their products are being used and combined with other products every day: a little toxic dose under your arms, a little more on your hair, on your lips. And workers in nail and hair salons get dosed all day long!




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one thing we do know is that they are gettinginside us.ie my  have my body's toxic levels tested. and i am loaded with things like Mecury, flame  retardants,triclosan and lead.we all are.even babis are being pre-polluted.
now i know we can live in a lead free world.but we have to put lead  on lipstick. i don't know maybe it's my fault.maybe ijust bought the wrong thing.at store the choices are seem endless. i can get lipstiks in 49 shades or shampoo for hair that too dry,oily,fine limp or frizzy,but what about the choices are really matter.like the choices to buy products that are safe. it turns out the important decision don't happen when i choose to take product off the shelf. they happen when companies and government decide what product should go on the shelves. so who are these companies?   this is procter& gamle. they are the ones offering me herb essences .the number 2 shampoo in the country. it contains toxic petrochemicals made from oil. since when is oil an herb? on  cosmetics labels ,words like 'herb'‘natural’even‘organic’have no leagal definition.that means anybody can put anything in a bottle and call it natural? and they do. i mean can you imagin a top seller called ‘petro-essences’.Gross .what even naity are


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[Homework]【整理】2011-08-21&08-27 化妆品的故事 (2/3)

One thing we do know is that they are getting inside us.I had my bodies toxic levels tested and I'm londed with things like mercery, flamd retardiantand,triclosand and lead. We all are ,even babies are being born in prepoluted. Now I know we can't live in a lead free world,but we have to put lead into the lipstick.I don't know ,maybe it's my flaut,maybe I just brought the worry thing.At the store ,the choise is seem endless, I can get the lipshick in 49 shapes or shapoom for hair is so dry, oil,fine,limp,frizzy.But what about the choice the really matter?Like the choice buy product little safe.It turns out the important decised don't happen when I choose the products off the shelf.They have one company and government said what products should go on the shelvies.So who are this company?This is Protants and Ganble,third one offer me erble essiones the number two shampoo on the country.It contain  toxic pretro-chemical may some oil  .Some oil on the earth.On cosmetics lables ,words like erble natron even orgianic have no legou defination.That means anybody can put anything in the bottles and call it natrol .And they do.I mean can you imange a top seller called pretro assions ,gross.What is even the nastier are hair relaxers markers defined the old and skin whiteing screans.This is super toxic .Both in ingrediance and the messages are sended about the beauty Oh, Here is  Ester Lauder offer me choise to help the cure of breast cancer . That's nice but wait they are also use chemical linded tp cancer.Can you think the best way of the Ester Lauder fight the cancer is to stop the using chemical in the first place?So really ,I get the choose between meanless claim on the bottle.But this guys get the really choose but works into those bottles.And that happens back here at the factroy formulated.Why the makers this products use this toxic?Are they trying to poison us?No.They are just working 1950s main said when people told better living through chemistry.In our exictment they for god free humour health impacts.That was years ago and they still use the same old toxic chemicals. Today big cosmetic companies said they odds ponsonise of products are small enough to be harmless .Yeah ,maybe if you use once year,I guess it never get out  see the products using common other products everyday. A little toxic on your arms a little more on your hair on your lips and works nails and hair salon here all day long.
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