Top 4 Ingredients to Stay Away from:
· Aluminum chloride
I always recommend making small changes at a time. Small changes are sustainable and help you work toward living a Detoxified Lifestyle. So don’t go in your bathroom and get rid of everything in there. I understand these products cost money and although it would benefit your health not to use them again it wouldn’t be a change you’ll be able to sustain, plus restocking everything would get costly. All I want you to do is remove one small item that contains a toxin at a time. Go ahead and remove something right now. Don’t think about how much it cost you, don’t think about wasting the product just think about your health and much your body with thank you.
After you remove your first item you should feel liberated, emancipate yourself! You can set yourself small goals if you like, for example getting rid of an ingredient once a week or once every couple weeks until your bathroom is Detox FREE!
The most important thing is to remember to read the labels next time you visit the store and restock your bathroom shelves. Understand that quality products cost more money because they aren’t made with the cheapest ingredients around. Make the investment for your health and you’ll feel rejuvenated after making a higher decision and treating your body the way you should.
For more information, a friend of mine who is a holistic nutritionist and ‘the good food guy’, Rick Kohut, has a more detailed explanation of toxins and cosmetics that can be read here.