[Alert] Popular Cosmetics LOADED With Poisons

If you’re like lots of women, you don’t go anywhere without putting on your “face.”

I have cabinets full of make-up, moisturizers… you name it.

And the last thing we expect is for these cosmetics to cause rashes, hives, or even serious cases of poisoning.

But that’s EXACTLY what’s happening to lots of women right now.

A new report has found that many popular cosmetics are literally LOADED with dangerous toxins.

And you need to move fast to keep yourself and the women in your life safe.

New research from the Health Sciences Authority in Singapore recently found that manufacturers have failed to declare dangerous ingredients in 18 different cosmetic products.

These include facial toners, night creams, acne ointments, whitening creams, and more – all of which are available online and in retail locations all over the world.

Including in the U.S. of A.

Some of these products have more than 27,000 times the maximum amount of mercury deemed safe for use.

There shouldn’t be ANY mercury in cosmetics, considering it’s banned in America and many other countries.

Other products were found to contain the toxins hydroquinone, tretinoin, and more – all ingredients linked to serious health problems.

These poisons can cause blotchiness, rashes, skin discoloration, and other horrific skin ailments.

But they’re also linked to kidney damage, digestive illnesses, and neurological diseases.

The HSA is already taking action – ordering these products be removed from stores and online.

That’s not much help for women who already own them.

And what is the U.S. Food and Drug Administration doing about this? After all, many these products can be purchased online in the United States, as well.

Absolutely nothing.

In fact, the FDA has refused to make a list of possible risky products because it simply cannot keep track of all the imported beauty products coming into the country from online orders.

However, one online source has compiled a short list available here. And you can view the full HSA report here.

Remember, mercury does not just pose a risk to the person using the product.

If you’re anywhere near these products or a user, you and your loved ones could be breathing in toxic vapors.

Some of the tell-tale signs of mercury poisoning include skin damage, fever, fatigue, respiratory issues, cognitive problems, hypertension, tremors, inflammation, and even kidney damage.

If you or someone you love has used any cosmetic products containing mercury or other toxins and are experiencing these symptoms, contact the poison control center at 1-800-222-1222.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health