Lip Nectar Made from organic almond oil, coco butter, Organic Shea butter, bees wax and therapeutic grade essential oils as per weather.
Storage: Store in a cool, dark & dry place.
How To Use: Apply on lips morning and night after cleaning lips with rose water.
Shelf life: 6 months from date of manufacturing.
Note: Low shelf life because our products are just like the food products you buy. It is 100% Organic and does not contain any chemicals, preservatives or artificial fragrance. Product quantity is enough to utilize over period of 30 days depending on the frequency of usage.
….. Read More About Why Cosmetic Makeup is harmful for health
Toxic PFAS “forever chemicals” are widely used in cosmetics produced by major brands in the US and Canada, a new study that tested for the chemicals in hundreds of products found.
The peer-reviewed study, published in Environmental Science & Technology, detected what the study’s authors characterized as “high” levels of organic fluorine, an indicator of PFAS, in over half of 231 makeup and personal care samples. That includes lipstick, eyeliner, mascara, foundation, concealer, lip balm, blush, nail polish, and more.
The products that most frequently contain high levels of fluorine include waterproof mascara (82% of brands tested), foundations (63%), and liquid lipstick (62%). per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances are a class of about 9,000 compounds used to make products such as food packaging, clothing and carpeting water, and stain-resistant. They are often dubbed “forever chemicals” because they do not naturally break down and have been found to accumulate in humans.
The chemicals are linked at certain levels to cancer, birth defects, liver disease, thyroid disease, decreased immunity, hormone disruption, and a range of other serious health problems.
Products that were checked for individual PFAS compounds contained between four and 13 types in each. The study’s authors tested cosmetics made by dozens of brands, including L’Oréal, Ulta, Mac, Cover Girl, Clinique, Maybelline, Smashbox, Nars, Estée Lauder, and more.
However, the study didn’t reveal which brands use the toxic chemicals because the authors said they did not want to “pick on” the companies involved.
The chemicals, which are highly mobile and easily move through the environment and humans, can be absorbed through the skin, absorbed by tear ducts, or ingested. Green Science Policy Institute notes that people who wear lipstick can accidentally ingest several pounds of the product throughout their lives.
Companies often do not list PFAS on their labels when they use the chemicals, making them nearly impossible for consumers to avoid, Bruton said. Regulatory agencies often allow companies to claim PFAS as a trade secret; however, the study found fluorine was often present in products advertised as “wear-resistant”, “long-lasting” and “waterproof”.
We eat organic but keep these toxins on our skin whole day. Ever thought about it? 🙄
This is exactly why we designed all-natural lip colors, kajal, face powder to give you all-natural options and save yourselves from these critical illnesses.