TEAR- FREE SOAP: THE HIDDEN TRUTH!

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TEAR- FREE SOAP: THE HIDDEN TRUTH !

It will interest you to know that tear-free soaps are not really what they claim to be. Most baby shampoo’s contain sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), a chemical responsible for the foam and bubbles produced by most soaps. This chemical, however, itches badly if it comes in contact with the eyes. Many believe that baby shampoo manufacturers have turned to other chemical additives to help neutralize the sting, but the real truth is, tear-free soaps are not really tear free, rather, they contain other chemicals that work by numbing or paralyzing the tear ducts, thereby reducing the reaction of the eyes to SLS.

The evidence behind this claim is variable, but so called, “Tear-free soaps” are being criticized more harshly for containing chemicals that inhibit the transmission of pain from the tear ducts, thereby making it free from tears. If the tear ducts are paralyzed temporarily, they can not produce and excrete tears as they normally would and this is capable of leading to some certain complications in the eyes.
Reading a list of ingredients off a bottle of baby shampoo may feel as if you are trying to read something written in Greek. Of course, baby shampoo companies do not list an ingredient in a recognizable form like “anesthesia”, “anesthetic agent” or “Tear duct paralyzer” and this makes it difficult for people to interpret. Ingredients containing “PEG” as a prefix, followed by a number are often responsible for the anesthetic effect of baby shampoos in the tear ducts. The worst part is, scientists are not yet sure exactly, the impact of PEG on human health.
Rather than spend money on soaps that can be detrimental to your health and that of your loved ones, it’s far better to use high quality soaps, made from 100% natural ingredients that not only give your skin a glossy appearance but goes further to protect your skin from harsh elements that could cause cracking of the skin. At sugarandoats.com, we provide you with a variety of natural soaps for better looking skin, some of which are our:

BABY SOAP
As a proud mommy of two and after having my youngest son naturally and choosing a home birth I became very in touch with what was going on my children’s skin. Our baby soaps are amazing for a baby’s skin and keeps an amazing healthy, nourished and never dried out complexion . Our baby soap is carefully crafted by a caring mother who only uses natural and gentle materials in blending like gluten free and organic oatmeal, oils infused in organic calendula made very similar to a Castile soap.

KOMBUCHA SOAP
Kombucha tea is that fizzy, mildly sweet and tart, health drink that works wonders detoxing our bodies. At Sugar & Oats, we’ve utilized its’ benefits into our handcrafted soap using locally made here in Florida, Tealixer Kombucha. Attached is the direct link ! Check them out! Tealixer Kombucha

EXFOLIATING SOAP
Periodically exfoliating your skin is great for skin rejuvenation and nourishment. After the old, dead skin cells are gently exfoliated away, our premium soap immediately gets to work moisturizing the new layers with premium oils and butters.

FACIAL SOAP
I believe in simple, effective cleansing: natural soap and water. Sugar and Oats Facial Soaps clean gently and rinses easily. Our soaps gently remove the stress of pollution and everyday tensions, so skin looks younger and more nourished.

Finally, for better protection of loved ones, parents and guardians are advised to check their children’s shampoos and lotions (as well as its own database) against the cosmetic database; a resource that evaluates exactly how toxic a cosmetic is. The database lists products using a rating system of 0-10, with products rated as 0 as the least toxic and products rated at 10 as the most toxic. surprisingly, some of the most popular baby shampoos are among the most toxic. Johnson baby shampoo. J & J Baby Shampoo are listed at 8 (with 10 being the most toxic and 0 the least toxic) for “fragrance”. So therefore, use extra care and always pick the best.

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TEAR- FREE SOAP: THE HIDDEN TRUTH !

It will interest you to know that tear-free soaps are not really what they claim to be. Most baby shampoo’s contain sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS), a chemical responsible for the foam and bubbles produced by most soaps. This chemical, however, itches badly if it comes in contact with the eyes. Many believe that baby shampoo manufacturers have turned to other chemical additives to help neutralize the sting, but the real truth is, tear-free soaps are not really tear free, rather, they contain other chemicals that work by numbing or paralyzing the tear ducts, thereby reducing the reaction of the eyes to SLS.

The evidence behind this claim is variable, but so called, “Tear-free soaps” are being criticized more harshly for containing chemicals that inhibit the transmission of pain from the tear ducts, thereby making it free from tears. If the tear ducts are paralyzed temporarily, they can not produce and excrete tears as they normally would and this is capable of leading to some certain complications in the eyes.
Reading a list of ingredients off a bottle of baby shampoo may feel as if you are trying to read something written in Greek. Of course, baby shampoo companies do not list an ingredient in a recognizable form like “anesthesia”, “anesthetic agent” or “Tear duct paralyzer” and this makes it difficult for people to interpret. Ingredients containing “PEG” as a prefix, followed by a number are often responsible for the anesthetic effect of baby shampoos in the tear ducts. The worst part is, scientists are not yet sure exactly, the impact of PEG on human health.
Rather than spend money on soaps that can be detrimental to your health and that of your loved ones, it’s far better to use high quality soaps, made from 100% natural ingredients that not only give your skin a glossy appearance but goes further to protect your skin from harsh elements that could cause cracking of the skin. At sugarandoats.com, we provide you with a variety of natural soaps for better looking skin, some of which are our:

BABY SOAP
As a proud mommy of two and after having my youngest son naturally and choosing a home birth I became very in touch with what was going on my children’s skin. Our baby soaps are amazing for a baby’s skin and keeps an amazing healthy, nourished and never dried out complexion . Our baby soap is carefully crafted by a caring mother who only uses natural and gentle materials in blending like gluten free and organic oatmeal, oils infused in organic calendula made very similar to a Castile soap.

KOMBUCHA SOAP
Kombucha tea is that fizzy, mildly sweet and tart, health drink that works wonders detoxing our bodies. At Sugar & Oats, we’ve utilized its’ benefits into our handcrafted soap using locally made here in Florida, Tealixer Kombucha. Attached is the direct link ! Check them out! Tealixer Kombucha

EXFOLIATING SOAP
Periodically exfoliating your skin is great for skin rejuvenation and nourishment. After the old, dead skin cells are gently exfoliated away, our premium soap immediately gets to work moisturizing the new layers with premium oils and butters.

FACIAL SOAP
I believe in simple, effective cleansing: natural soap and water. Sugar and Oats Facial Soaps clean gently and rinses easily. Our soaps gently remove the stress of pollution and everyday tensions, so skin looks younger and more nourished.

Finally, for better protection of loved ones, parents and guardians are advised to check their children’s shampoos and lotions (as well as its own database) against the cosmetic database; a resource that evaluates exactly how toxic a cosmetic is. The database lists products using a rating system of 0-10, with products rated as 0 as the least toxic and products rated at 10 as the most toxic. surprisingly, some of the most popular baby shampoos are among the most toxic. Johnson baby shampoo. J & J Baby Shampoo are listed at 8 (with 10 being the most toxic and 0 the least toxic) for “fragrance”. So therefore, use extra care and always pick the best.

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Tear Free Soap
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  1. Nina Maldonado February 24, 2017
  2. Nina Maldonado February 24, 2017

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