Health Alert! What you don't know about the Cancer-Causing
ingredients in *YOUR* shampoo,
deodorant, make-up and more...
Health Secrets Revealed...
Your Doctor Never Told You
And The Government Is Hiding From You!
the e-desk of
Dr. Christine H. Farlow, D.C.
Let's be honest.
for cosmetics and personal care
products is hazardous to your health ... if you're not reading and
interpreting every label on every package you buy. Harmful ingredients
in your toiletries will destroy your health and keep you
... before you buy a single package or jar
off the shelf. Read and interpret every label.
Be proactive! Prevent dangerous ingredients from making you sick!
all cosmetics and personal
care products contain chemical
ingredients. If you buy your toiletries, even from a health food store,
you still need to read labels more today than ever before!
consumer awareness about healthy products, manufacturers are designing
the packages to make it look like the ingredients inside the package
are plant derived, natural and healthy. But if you read and interpret
the ingredients on the label, there's a very good chance that you'll
find that's not the case.
For example, take the term "natural." At the bottom of page 20, you'll
see "...there are no industry standards for what natural
means. The product may contain
a few natural ingredients added to a
even no natural ingredients at all."
|..."Every person who
uses cosmetics — male or female — should have this
book when they go shopping..." Lendon
H. Smith M.D
you know that ...
of the ingredients added to
cosmetics and personal care products are harmful. In fact, cosmetics
and toiletries are the least regulated products on the market.
As long as the manufacturers of these products don't use toxic
substances that have been banned, they are free to use whatever
ingredients they want and market their products without testing them
and without approval from the FDA.
Truth About the FDA Revealed
well-researched and well-presented book we learn of some of the
limitations of the Food and Drug Administration in protecting our
Samuels, President, Truth In Labeling Campaign
In this area of the
you know that ...
not ensure the safety of personal care products.
not defined what safe means.
require premarket safety testing of personal
care product ingredients.
prevent the introduction of dangerous products onto the market.
even require a recall of harmful products.
to establish guidance for safety.
else is being hidden from you right now?
page 18 of Dying
To Look Good,
you'll read, "The FDA can make suggestions or recommendations to
manufacturers about cosmetic products or their ingredients, but the
manufacturers do not have to comply. The FDA must first
prove in a court of law that a product is harmful, improperly labeled,
or violates the law if it wants to remove a cosmetic product from the
According to John Bailey, Ph.D., director of the FDA'S Office of
Cosmetics and Colors, "Consumers believe that 'if it's
on the market, it can't hurt me,' and this belief is sometimes wrong."
Remember, "if a million people believe a lie, it's still a lie."
can you make sure your family is "Protected" ...
under these circumstances? This may seem like such an overwhelming,
monumental, impossible task that you just want to throw your arms up
and say what's the use!
understand your frustration,
confusion and fear.
are you're very conscientious and
concerned about using healthy cosmetics and personal care products for
all members of your family. And you probably didn't know
that... "manufacturers are not required to prove the claims
they make about their products or to test their products for safety."
Complete details on page 17.
is an indispensable guide that translates the chemical 'gobbledy-gook'
on product labels into understandable language. It makes it easy to
confidently choose safe and healthy products. The writing style is easy
reading and there are extensive verifiable references. No one should be
without its wisdom. Thank you for making it possible."
Robert 'Bob' Chew
Co-founder, A Better
Community For All
No wonder you're
confused by the information on product labels! The facts are obfuscated
by industry regulations requiring the ingredients to be listed in terms
that only a chemist can understand.
and Personal Care Product Safety Obfuscated!
Obfuscate — to
deliberately make something
understand, by making use of unfamiliar terminology.
Then to confuse you even further,
companies intentionally put beautiful labels on their products with
words like "natural," and "healthy" when their ingredients are anything
They may have a few token herbal or natural ingredients upon which they
base their claim. But these ingredients, in many cases, only make up a
very small percentage of the total ingredients.
how are you supposed to find products that really do
have natural, healthy and safe ingredients?
It really is quite simple.
Dying To Look Good lists 1300 ingredients and
rates them according to safety, starting on page 46. It
makes ingredient labels really easy to understand.
Dying To Look Good also
has a list of 750 healthy cosmetic and personal care
products. To find where to purchase them turn to page
153. Shopping for healthy products has never been
There's even a glossary in the
back of the book to clarify terms like
mutagen, irritant, carcinogen and more. The information in this book is
presented clearly and is easy to understand.
Stop NOW and Check Your Personal
Please get up, go grab a couple of
bottles, bring them back here and
compare the ingredients in the tiny print on the back
of the label to the list below. Most likely you'll
find many synthetic, petroleum derived, harsh ingredients of
questionable safety like...
probably wondering, "if I throw all my cosmetics and
toiletries away, what am I going to do? How am I
going to find products that I can feel confident are safe to use
without spending a lot of time trying to figure it out?"
(methylparaben, propylparaben, etc.) are skin irritants,
disturb your hormonal balance, are potential mutagens and have been
found in breast cancer tumors. (page 118) They are commonly
found in shampoos, conditioners, lotions
is a strong irritant, may cause delayed allergic reactions, kidney,
liver, nervous system damage, and has not been fully investigated for
its potential to cause cancer. (page 128) Check your makeup, deodorant,
mouthwash, shaving lotions and baby lotion for this
- Fragrance may
irritate the skin and cause a variety of adverse reactions. It may
contain hundreds of different chemicals, some are hazardous, some cause
cancer. (page 88) This is found in just about all cosmetics and
personal care products, unless it says
See page 21 to
discover what fragrance free really means.
a poison and its toxic effects can be delayed. It can
cause death if swallowed. (page 135) Check your toothpaste. Unless it
says fluoride free, it most likely has some form of fluoride in it.
a skin and eye irritant. It disrupts your hormone balance and has been
shown to increase the growth of cancer cells. (page 115) Used in
makeup, suntan lotions and sunscreens.
lauryl sulfate is
a skin and eye irritant, and may cause dry skin and eczema. It is a
potential mutagen and may inhibit DNA synthesis. (page 136) It is found
in shampoos, bubble bath, lotions, creams,
primarily derived from coal tar which is known to cause cancer. They
are certified by the FDA not to contain more than 20 ppm of lead and
arsenic, but the certification does not address any adverse effects
these colors may have on your body and disregards the
permeability of the skin which allows these substances to be absorbed
into your body. (page 70) Commonly used to add color to most
commercial cosmetics and personal care products.
primarily derived from coal tar which is known to cause cancer.
They are certified by the FDA not to contain more than 10 ppm
of lead and arsenic, but the certification does not address any adverse
effects these colors may have on your body. (page 86) Added to
most cosmetics and personal care products for color.
The following link gives you two places where you can go to find
products that are guaranteed to be healthy! This is only a small sample
of what you'll find in Dying To Look
Benefit from this information right here,
"Your book is a truly
useful reference guide. I've been checking labels
since reading it and referencing back to your book. I never thought
commercial toothpaste was particularly healthy, I just never realized
before that it was a potentially deadly poison. It's in the wastebasket
as is the can of shaving cream. And more, I'm sure, is yet to follow."
for such an informative book. I'm concerned about the ingredients in my
health care products, and really appreciate the fact the ingredients
can be found in one concise book. I've used the book to review
ingredients in products I had been using and will be changing them
because of the more informed decisions I'm able to make because of the
information in this book."
"I found this book to be very useful. I've always wondered about the
ingredients on the labels of cosmetics and personal care products, but
I never knew where to look to find out what they meant and if they were
safe. It's really helped me to shop for safer products for my family
and myself. I've had sensitive skin all my life, but it's especially
important for me to know what's in the products I buy now because I
have two small children who inherited my sensitive skin. I want to be
sure that what I'm putting on them is safe and not harming them. This
book helps me do that!"
"Loved your little book. It's very informative and gets to
the real data pronto. Anyone who uses these chemicals
on a daily basis would do well to get a copy of your book and read it.
It is also wonderful as a reference."
Dr. Bruce West
Health Alert Newsletter
"We've been looking for a non-biased book on personal care products
that's easy to follow and would allow us to assess our products on our
own by their ingredients. Your book is exactly what we were hopng to
Gregory Girodano, RN, CMT
was shocked at what some of the ingredients in my shampoo, deodorant,
toothpaste, and sunscreen can do to my health. Now, I've got a list of
safe and healthy personal care products. Do your health a favor; read
and use this book."
industry tries to make you
that ingredients, like these are
not harmful for you, when in fact the opposite is true. With all this
misinformation (and there's more), how are you supposed to know which
ingredients are healthy and which are not? All of this information and more in
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and refer to Dying To Look Good...
discover the research. Benefit from the
hundreds of hours of investigating the different ingredients used in
cosmetics and personal care products that went into finding out...
were tested for safety
they were tested
results of the tests
were tested only on animals and
assumed safe for humans or if they were tested on humans also
long the test period was —
two weeks, two years or twenty years?
information was withheld from the
FDA when the results were submitted for approval (this happens more
often than you think!)
| "This book
is a must read for people concerned with their health..."
Samuels, President, Truth In Labeling Campaign
the sources of hidden knowledge...
to the safety of the
ingredients that are commonly used in the products you put on your skin
every day, multiple times a day. The
information in these little known resources is not publicized
in newspapers, magazines, on the radio or TV. It is
not distributed to the general public and most people are not
even aware of them. But they contain valuable infromation that will
help you protect yourself.
|"This work is a good
reference for most of us who don't have time to read all the latest
information on ingredients and additives..." Chuck 'n Leslee Gervais
page 42, you'll read, "Many
references were used in determining how
to classify each ingredient according to safety. In addition to the
references listed in the back of the book, available information was
reviewed from the: ..."
Safety Data Sheets
of manufacturers' Material Safety
Data Sheets (MSDS) were reviewed for information
on chemical safety. What did they say about these chemicals
they want to put into your toiletries? This information is summarized
in the safety listings of the individual ingredients, in
simple, easy-to-understand terms. In
many cases, the additive was not adequately tested or not tested at all.
Are you ready to protect yourself and your
|..."This little book
is a compact reference guide to take shopping with easy to locate
ingredient list, ratings, safety tips, safe products and complete
resource information..." Connie
Adams, CMT, FCCI, Certified Aromatherapy Instructor
Agency for Research on Cancer
44, explained simply and clearly,
you'll learn about how...
"The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) evaluates data
from scientific studies of various chemicals to determine if there is a
risk that the chemicals or mixtures are carcinogenic and
classifies them according to the following categories:
Protect Your Health
After a cancer scare,
I purchased Dr. Farlow's Book, "Food Additives: A Shopper's Guide to
What's Safe & What's Not". While striving to adopt a healthier
lifestyle through proper nutrition, this proved an invaluable pocket
reference. When her recent book came out, I purchased it looking once
again to receive additional guidance from a trusted friend. I was NOT
disappointed. Although I am now very aware of the harmful effects of
food additives, I never thought that everyday items such as soap,
shampoo, deodorant and toothpaste could be adversely affecting my body
as well. As with Dr. Farlow's first book, I really appreciate how easy
this book is to carry with me and use as I shop. Now I can be sure the
products I buy are safe products for me to use. Thank you Dr. Farlow.
Keep up the great work!
Databases Revealing Little-known Information on Ingredient Safety
Toxicology Program maintains
a database of chemicals it evaluates for safety. What additives have
they already evaluated and what were the results? What chemical
additives are on their list to be evaluated in the future? You'll find
this information, explained simply and clearly, in the
ingredient safety listings of the individual ingredients.
19 and 20, you'll read about the Cosmetic
Ingredient Review (CIR), "the industry's effort
to provide an unbiased evaluation of the safety of cosmetic
ingredients." However, in 29 years, the CIR has completed
safety assessments for a mere 10% of the more that 12,000
ingredients available for manufacturers to
use. And approximately
80% of the ingredients they claim to be safe
have only been evaluated for their potential to cause
irritation and sensitization.
On page 16, "In 2004, the Environmental
evaluated the ingredients in 7,500 personal care products for safety.
They found that:
of hours of
research went into summarizing the most important information
that you really need to know about if you want to protect your
health. You'll find this all in Dying
To Look Good in plain and
simple language everyone can understand.
every 120 products on the market
contains ingredients certified by government authorities as known
or probable human carcinogens, including shampoos, lotions,
make-up foundations and lip balms...."
personal care products becomes easy because Dr. Farlow has done the
hard work for you." John
you want to benefit from this research ...
spending time reviewing it? You don't have
to spend hundreds of hours pouring through these
resources pulling out, summarizing
and organizing the necessary information to
protect yourself. You don't have to interpret any hard-to-understand
technical jargon. That has all been done for you. It's
summarized in Dying To Look Good
in a quick reference, easy-to-use format in clear, straightforward,
of Your Children's Health
Farlow's work brings us the knowledge that it's not only what we put
inside our bodies that affects our health, but what we put on the
outside of our bodies affects our health too. The skin is an organ of
the body that absorbs both nutrients and toxins. The fewer
toxins we repeatedly put on our skin, the less risk we have at
developing serious illnesses, like cancer. I highly recommend
this guide book to all those who want to know how to take better care
You're Worried About the Safety of the Ingredients in
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DYING TO LOOK GOOD: The
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gives you the most important information you need to know to quickly
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best products with the safest and healthiest ingredients that
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"Finally! A compact,
incredibly useful book that demystifies the labels on cosmetics. I have
always hated the idea of putting toxic substances on my
face--especially on my mouth and eyes--but labels never really helped
me be a cautious consumer because the ingredients read like a foreign
language. This book is a very valuable tool that I carry with me
whenever I go shopping. Knowledge is power when it comes to fighting
the battle against toxins. I love it!"
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Peter Eckhart, M.D.
Women's Therapeutic Institute
reading the first few chapters, I
make a trip to the store and read the ingredients listed for the
products I use. Christine has also included a section of
products that are safe, and provided an easy way to order
them. There is no reason to continue to use unhealthy
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