I’ve come to realize through conversations with clients that looking in the mirror can strike fear and embarrassment for some individuals. Most of us fear getting older and of course “looking” old. I hear these questions from many clients, “Am I slowly losing my natural beauty?”, “Do I have to go out in public with my skin condition?”
In a desperate attempt to squash these concerns, many of us scour the stores and the internet desperately trying to find the cure, the magic cream which will reverse these skin issues and give us the confidence and joy of just being ourselves. Well, therein lies the problem. Skin suicide happens because of simple hopeful trust. You trust a certain skincare product because after all; they would never be able to sell it if it was ineffective skin cream, right? You recognize the heavily marketed name so it must work, right? You may need to rethink this strategy and stop committing skin suicide.
You’ve heard this countless times, and yet it needs to be repeated. You must stay away from chemicals in your skin cream without question and here are the blunt realities. According to Business Insider, “The law does not require cosmetic products and ingredients, other than color additives, to have FDA approval before they go on the market.” Does this sound like buyer beware? Does this mean skincare companies can run amuck and create potentially dangerous skincare products and make a buck at the expense of your skin? I believe you know the unfortunate answer.
Alec Batis, a former research chemist who once made hair dyes for the L’Oreal group, is an expert in the risks and benefits of chemicals used in beauty products. He had this to say about PEG’s. “PEG (polyethylene glycol) compounds are petroleum-based and used to make cosmetics absorb more quickly into the skin. They enhance penetration,” Batis said. According to a report in the International Journal of Toxicology by the cosmetic industry’s own Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) committee, impurities found in various PEG compounds include: ethylene oxide; 1,4-dioxane; polycyclic aromatic compounds; and heavy metals such as lead, iron, cobalt, nickel, cadmium, and arsenic. PEG compounds also appear to be highly toxic to persons with damaged skin. In spite of these concerns, the CIR concludes that many PEG compounds, “are safe for use” in cosmetics but adds that such PEG compounds should, “not be used on damaged skin.” In spite of these known contaminants, PEG compounds are still commonly used in cosmetics and personal care products.
Toxic Ingredients in Skincare Formulas
As mentioned, PEG compounds often contain small amounts of ethylene oxide. According to experimental results reported on in the National Toxicology Program’s Eighth Annual Report on Carcinogens, ethylene oxide increases the incidences of uterine and breast cancers and leukemia and brain cancer. Do you see a potential link here? The question is: do you ignore this information and put on the next application of your favorite skin cream? Do you now understand why your skin may not be improving at all whether from premature aging or skin conditions? Many creams may actually be contributing to your issues creating the problem of Skin Suicide.
A Positive Solution to Consider
Immortal Opulence completely understands the complexity and confusion of skincare and has long known about the hazards of PEG compounds, which is why Immortal Opulence was created. This is why so many individuals have permanently made the switch to Immortal Opulence.
With careful research and guidance from our family of Polish medical doctors, we have found a way to handcraft and precision formulate over 27 organic and wild-grown ingredients into a powerful, high-performance skin cream, with no chemicals or synthetics of any kind ever. Our nutrient-rich, high energy skin cream penetrates deep into your skin causing a rejuvenation to optimal levels and has even helped with certain skin conditions as stated by several of our customers. It’s the precise combination and percentages used of each ingredient which causes the synergy needed to activate skin rejuvenation.
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Richard Fanelli a long-time holistic researcher, is the Founder and Formulator of Immortal Opulence Skin Cream. Immortal Opulence is handcrafted in his lab at the Red Barn Holistic Arts Center in Durham, CT. Visit: www.immortalopulence.com and click on the BBB icon and read the many official testimonials from our clients and why they made the switch to Immortal Opulence.