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Is Your Favorite Lipstick Lowering Your IQ?

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Is Your Favorite Lipstick Lowering Your IQ?

Lauren Rashap

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According to Dr. Axe, Researchers from University of California, Berkeley tested 32 lipsticks and lip glosses used by young women in a California youth program. They found concerning levels of nine heavy metals in many of the lip products, no matter what brand they were or how much they cost. Many of these metals are neurotoxin which have been linked to learning, language and behavioral problems. Listen, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, particularly, when it comes to your non-negotiable favorite products, but my goal is to shed some beauty light on how to lighten your toxic load, help protect your brain and organs, without sacrificing your beauty standard.

Licking Your Lips

You might think that your Nars $39 lipstick is free and clear, but think again the next time you perfect your pout. 

Lipstick and glosses are often ingested over the course of the day so the impact of any toxin is heightened above and beyond skin absorption levels. "According to prior research, the Berkeley scientists estimated average lipstick use as twice-a-day applications and heavy use as applying lip gloss or lipstick 10 times a day. One application spreads 10 milligrams of product across a woman’s lips, most of which is ingested. Average use of lipstick means that a woman ingests about 24 milligrams of product. Women that apply lipstick or lip gloss frequently may be ingesting as much as 87 milligrams of product per day.”

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Lauren's List – Some of my favorite makeup and skincare lines: 


Cay Mia - skin care - my personal favorite! (Contact me to order.)
NUDESTIX - Make up, lipstick and blush
Jane Iredale- Make up, lipstick, lip gloss, mascara, eyelash conditioner
Well People- Make up, cover up, mascara
Beauty Counter- Lipstick, sunscreen, mascara. (Contact me for my list of reps
Arcona- Skin care
Essential Oils - Doterra
Lauren Living Healthy - Body Balms and Edible Scrubs (Click here for free samples)

 

To Your Vibrant Health, 

Lauren Rashap, CN

Certified Clinical Nutritionist 

Certified Yoga and Meditation Teacher

 

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