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Genitals, sexual health

Venereal disease: STDs, organic skin care

Herpes

Vaginal odor,
bacterial vaginosis,
vaginal infections


Hazardous substances to avoid

Shaving cream, schampoo, soap etc

Toxins in underwear

Tampons, pads alternatives, vaginal ph balance

Harmful products related to: gyne creams, Estrogen treatments, vaginal or groin- fungal infection treatments

Libido pills, sex pills Viagra harmful side effects

Prostate problems,
urinating problems,
Jock itch, groin fungus

Harmful skin care products, shaving cream, shampoo and soap


Sodium lauryl sulfate, SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE, Formaldehyde, 3-Dimethylamino-propylamine
Up in your....




Your shampoo runs down over the body, even down between your legs

Imagine yourself standing in the shower. You pour shampoo on your head, massage it into your hair, and you wash it off. The water and foam with Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), Formaldehyde, Silicone oils dimethicone, cyclomethicone etc pours down on your body together with METHYLISOTHIAZOLINONE, METHYLCHLOROISO-THIAZOLINONE, COCAMIDOPROPYL BETAINE, 3-Dimethylamino-propylamine etc passes your genitals and ass before it falls down and reaches the floor. If you decide to wash your private parts with the peach-smelling gorgeous foam then the chemicals stays an extra bit longer. The pores of your skin are now wide open and all your body is soaked with chemical components.
Our mucous membranes are exposed to more hazardous substances than we may really think about. Is it really so good for you? It also gets in your eyes.
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Veet hair removal cream, ladyshave foam cream, men's shaving cream

Don't apply this cream down there, read package information about ingredients. Don't put harmful chemical components where it does not belong. Our genitals are very sensetive and many people get hurting blisters and soars between their legs when using Veet.

(wellsphere.com) "Chemical burn from Veet in bikini area. Blisters and pus... PLEASE HELP!"
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(www.petitiononline.com) "I have underarm scars from a reaction I had to the cream"
Petition to remove the chemical-pumped Veet hair removal gel cream from all shelves in Canada & the United States.
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(healthcaremagic.com) "Burning after using Veet hair removal cream on vagina. How can I stop the pain?"
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Organic skin care products, shampoo and soap


Try a milder shampoo, organic products

Organic products is the best for your whole body. When you are taking a shower or a bath, your pores opens. You don't want the wrong stuff to get in there.
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Limonene and linalool products in etheric oil

Etheric oil safety depends on usage.
Etheric oil is not likely a big health hazard. But if you are exposed to some of them every day, if you work as a massage therapist for example, you might get skin problems.
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(chemicaloftheday.squarespace.com) Just like limonene, linalool is not a skin allergen in its pure form. However, when it's oxidized, it can cause allergic reactions/sensitivity at high concentrations.
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Linalool in skin care products can cause eczema and allergy
http://whatallergy.com/2011-10/linalool

(blog.cocoonapothecary.com) Why Neroli Essential Oil is Safe (even though it contains linalool and limonene)
http://blog.cocoonapothecary.com


Use organic virgin Coconut oil for your skin and hair

You can use it as a deodorant.
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Make your own schampoo of rye flour and water

It's easy. Just take some rye flour, 3 table spoons perhaps. Put it in water, stir and let it soak for a few minutes. Strain the liquid and throw away the rye flour. Use the liquid in your hair. It has about the same PH value as your hair or scalp PH 5.




Bakingsoda in your hair? Make sure it's not to alkaline.

(blog.kanelstrand.com) "Let me explain: 1 tbsp. baking soda diluted in 1 cup of water (300 ml = 0.60 pt) has a pH of 9.5. This is extremely high to use on hair and scalp, having in mind that their natural pH ranges between pH 4.5 and 5.0 - 5.5. Again, there is no difference between 10 and 20 cups of water, the pH of the mixture is 9.0 Only when I dilute 1 tsp. of the mixture (consisting of 1 tbsp. baking soda and 20 cups of water) in 1 cup of water, the pH gets down to pH 7.0 -- again, extremely alkali for use on hair, even if it is followed by ACV rinse. Forcing your hair to go up to pH 9.5 (with baking soda) and then forcing it back down to pH 4.5 - 5.0 (with ACV) in a short period of time makes it extremely vulnerable. This is a very damaging process which is not healthy for the hair and scalp. pH balanced treatment = healthy hair What you need to do if you want healthy and strong hair is to use hair products with balanced pH close to the natural pH of our hair and scalp, i.e. pH 4.5 - 5.0. Homemade rye flour shampoo (works much better than baking soda)! Coconut milk + aloe vera shampoo (for dry hair)"
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As you can see, the test strip shows pH 5.0 which is just the same as the pH of hair. Benefits of rye flour for hair Just take a look at the list of vitamins in rye: Vitamin A Vitamin B 1 Vitamin B2 Vitamin B3 Vitamin B6 Vitamin B12 Vitamin E Vitamin K Beta-Carotene Lutein Calcium, Magnesium, Potassium, Manganese, Selenium, and Zink, which all fight premature hair loss and promote healthy hair growth. Rye also contains proteins, and Omega 3 fatty acids.
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Turmeric -why you should take it daily


LCHF diet -low carbohydrate high fat


Candida yeast infection, tiredness,
sugar addiction, PH balance,


Healthy natural sweeteners and sugar alternatives, healthy baking


Herbs and green tea - inner harmony


Repair yourself at the cellular level. Methyl sulfonyl methane -MSM is organic sulfur.