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Glass Glow Skincare

We all aspire to have healthy, radiant skin that reflects our well-being. Achieving this beautiful, glowing complexion isn't an instant process, but with the right lifestyle choices and a consistent skincare routine, you can certainly make it happen. So, here are some our tips we recommend helping you achieve the glass glow skin.

Toxic ingredients you should avoid:

Parabens, a group of chemical preservatives initially introduced in the 1950s, serve to extend the shelf life of various grooming products by inhibiting the growth of mold and bacteria. These substances have been associated with cancer and hormonal interference, and they can also lead to skin sensitization, resulting in allergic responses. Parabens are commonly present in shampoos, conditioners, body washes, and moisturizers.

Incorporated into various grooming products to maintain their freshness through the prevention of microbiological growth, formaldehyde is strongly associated with conditions such as asthma, neurotoxic effects, cancer, and developmental toxicity.

Phthalates function as gelling agents, enabling the harmonious mixing of ingredients that would typically resist amalgamation in grooming products, ensuring better adherence. Notably, these compounds have been linked to disruptions in hormonal balance, prompting ongoing monitoring by the FDA.

Fragrance compositions created solely through chemical processes can trigger skin allergies, as well as symptoms such as headaches, allergies, dizziness, rashes, coughing, skin irritation, pigmentation issues, and hyperactivity.

BHT is a synthetic preservative known to disrupt hormones, trigger allergic reactions, and interfere with testosterone levels. Under the Convention for the Protection of the Marine Environment of the North-East Atlantic, BHA is categorized as a chemical of potential concern due to its toxicity to aquatic organisms and its potential for bioaccumulation.