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What is Phenol?

Posted May 05 2009 4:27pm

Phenol is an extremely caustic chemical that burns the skin. Absorption of phenol through the lungs or skin can cause: central nervous system damage, pneumonia, respiratory tract infection, heart-rate irregularities, skin irritation, kidney and liver damage, numbness, vomiting, and can be fatal

Phenol is a very common chemical and is regularly found in the following common products: air fresheners, aftershave, bronchial mists, chloroseptic throat spray, deodorants, feminine powders & sprays, hair spray, decongestants, mouthwash, aspirin, solvents, acne medications, antiseptics, calamine lotions, cleaning products, detergents, furniture polish, hair setting lotions, lice shampoo, polishes, cold capsules, all-purpose cleaners, aerosol disinfectants, anti-itching lotions , carnex , cosmetics, disinfectant cleaners, hand lotions, lip balms, sunscreen and lotions, insecticides, cough syrups, just to name a few…

sourced fromToxic Household Chemical Facts And Statistics





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Your personal care products do not need phenol in them.

You can choose products that are NOT harmful to bath and pamper your children with.

Always Safe, Always Gentle, Always Healthy

Watch this delightful videoto learn more 

Please order through me, as these products are not up on my website yet. 

Karen Hanrahan ~ Wellness Educator/Nutritional Consultant/Blog Author
Websites:
NutritionWeight Loss, andGreen Clean


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