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The dark secret of fairness creams: New study finds harmful metals in lightening products..
UK Daily Mail ^
| Januiary 15, 2014
| Neetu Chandra
Posted on 01/16/2014 5:15:48 AM PST by C19fan
Next time you apply make-up, remember the fairness creams could contain mercury and the lipsticks may come packed with chromium, which can cause cancer. A new study by the Centre for Science and Environment's (CSE) Pollution Monitoring Lab (PML) has found mercury in 44 per cent of all the fairness creams it tested, while chromium was found in almost 50 per cent and nickel in 43 per cent of the lipstick samples tested.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
KEYWORDS: creams; lipstick; mercury
Probably better then the concoctions the Tudors used with lead or the arsenic mixtures Victorians used.
posted on 01/16/2014 5:15:48 AM PST
Can these be used to equalize income?
Allow more people to vote early and often for Bammy?
posted on 01/16/2014 5:18:50 AM PST
Wouldn't it be simpler to just tell me what products won't kill me?
The list is bound to be a lot shorter.
posted on 01/16/2014 5:20:27 AM PST
They make everybody the same color.
posted on 01/16/2014 5:41:38 AM PST
(Somewhere, my flower is there. ~ Þ)
Anyone who is that unhappy with the way God made them has much deeper issues IMO.
It appears that this article is mainly about products made in India. “Fairness creams” are intended to make one’s skin lighter; they’re not just foundation, of any shade.
posted on 01/16/2014 6:16:51 AM PST
(Tell the mad chameleon he's not welcome anymore.)
Dead bug parts in lip stick too....
posted on 01/16/2014 10:01:07 AM PST
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