Check product labels for the following potentially harmful ingredients:

Formaldehyde (preservative).

A cancer link exists with topical applications on mice, which may or may not translate to humans.
Most reputable agencies consider formaldehyde a carcinogen.


This ingredient is known to cause skin, eye, mouth, and lung irritation. Again, a cancer link has been found in laboratory mice, but no definitive link to cancer in humans has been established.


Used to prevent bacterial growth, parabens are absorbed through the skin and mimic estrogen, which can throw off hormonal
balance, possibly triggering breast cancer and reproductive issues. The FDA believes low-level usage is safe and therefore hasn’t banned parabens.

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Helping Georgia area residents with car accident, medical malpractice, and personal injury claims since 1991.
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