Okay, time to check the label of your
antiperspirant or deodorant. Does it contain PPG-14 butyl ether? If so, you NEED to read the following. Keep in mind it only takes 26 seconds for the
products we put on our skin to absorb directly into our bloodstream.
What’s so bad about PPG-14 butyl
ether? The PPG stands for propylene glycol. It is found in antifreeze, most
commercially produced antiperspirants and e-cigarettes. Propylene Glycol is
used as a PENETRATION enhancer. It is so toxic, and penetrates so quickly that
those who handle it must wear face masks, gloves and goggles. The EPA requires
disposal of PPG underground for safety.
The EPA also warns against skin contact to prevent brain, kidney, and
liver abnormalities. In stick antiperspirants, the concentration of PPG is
GREATER than most industrial applications. Oh yeah, and its BANNED in Europe!
Why risk your health? You won’t
find Propylene glycol or its derivatives in Evelyn Kay. We only use natural,
NON TOXIC ingredients. Come join the club!