Outstanding "Dirty Shower Scene" good thought
Current law requires a list of immediate hazardous ingredients, companies do not have to list ingredients that may cause harm more gradually.
People should know what toxic chemicals are found in their household products. This is especially important for children Children are not small adults; rather, they are a developing version of an adult. Simply put, children are under construction. They are unfinished and their developing systems are quite fragile.
We know, for instance, that in children the brain continues to develop into their twenties, and this makes their brains potentially more vulnerable to toxicants. They breathe more rapidly, so they take in more toxins through their lungs.
In the work to prevent cancer risk when we have the opportunity to eliminate unnecessary and preventable exposures to those toxins found to harm human health we should.
Bill Couzens Founder Less Cancer
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