Beauty Myths parts 2 & 3: More False Beliefs about Skin Care

In Beauty Myths Part 2, you will find if it is necessary to use a toner after cleansing. We consider if some chemicals are ok to include in skin care and cosmetics and wonder if a special Patented ingredient is worth having.
Can chemicals be absorbed through the skin? Is this really dandruff? Are ‘Natural’ skin care products really safe? These are the subjects of Beauty Myths Part 3: More False Beliefs about Skin Care.

Foaming and Lathering Personal Care Products May be Dangerous to Your Health.

The most commonly used surfactant for personal care products are Sodium Lauryl Sulphate and Sodium Laureth Sulphate. Sodium Lauryl Sulphate can be absorbed into the skin where it degenerates, or ages the cell membranes as it effects the proteins.