Scary Product Fallout – Radium-226
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Let’s face it, we’ve all missed the mark, been dead wrong, and occasionally made horrible mistakes.
Like back in the days of radium-226.
What looked like a cure-all revelation, turned out to be some next-level dangerous oversight…
The innovative, but untested, ideas from back in the 1930s and 1940s included:
- a chocolate bar made with radium water…
- toothpaste containing both radium and thorium…
- radium enriched makeup to make you glow…
- children’s science kits with actual radium (with a nice upgrade to uranium ore)…
The outrageous and naive claims were so much worse than unfounded.
From its ‘fun’ glow-in-the-dark properties, to the purported health benefits of breathing it in and ingesting it… radium was the exciting new product of its time.
Since then we’ve all become a little more careful and a lot more skeptical.
We know literally that all that glitters is not gold, and all that glows may or may not be radioactive!
However, have you ever spared a thought that wet wipes could contain some nasty chemicals which shouldn’t really be there?
Before I get started and give you this vital information which I know will give you second thoughts about using wet wipes, I will say the manufacture of wet wipes has improved.
For example, many of the wet wipes manuafacturers used to use nasty preservatives like methylparaben and methylisothiazolinone.
Not any more…
Because people like you and I have put our hands up and told these massive corporations, that we don’t want these chemicals in our lives.
So let’s keep putting pressure on these money-men and tell them we don’t want this chemical exposure in our children’s lives.
What happened to the coloured toilet paper?
Don’t you think it extraordinary that so many products can come on to the market so freely, are wildly used by most people, but then pulled from the shelves when we find out they can give us cancer?
Why You Should Never Use Colored Toilet Paper Again
Few people know that Colored Toilet Paper is really bad for your health and may cause serious health problems. Ever since 1987, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has banned the use of certain colors in the pharmaceutical industry after being examined on animals and found to be possible carcinogens.
The addition of chemicals in your Colored Toilet Paper by using colors, bleaches and various scents can seriously endanger human health and contaminate environment among other things.
Remember even white toilet paper is laced with chemicals with various bleaches used to make it so white.
And if your skin is more sensitive, this is why your anal area can be prone to rashes.
The thin skin in that area is absorbing these chemicals into your body.
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What Is The Alternative To Toilet Paper?
Don’t be sucked in to all the hype surrounding the fluffy cuddly puppies on the toilet paper ads.
They want you to believe their product is the only solution to our daily trips to the toilet.
If you discovered using water to clean yourself properly after the toilet…
They’d lose billions…
Tough luck I say…
Your health and well-being are too important.
You don’t have to have their dangerous chemicals in your life…
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So if you’re not where you want to be with your health and happiness right now…
See you on the inside…
I look forward to taking care of your bidet sprayer needs!
Founder, CEO & Author
Shattaf Bidet Sprayers Ltd
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