What’s in your Make-up? Hopefully not talc!

precision in the craftNatural pigments and minerals are triple sifted when I measure and grind the natural make-up I make at Soaps and Such. RESISTS CREASING with a special formulation and allows skin to breathe since it doesn’t block pores. Has a creamy, soft feel. Great for Acne prone skn.

Asbestos ends up in makeup because of poor regulations involving cosmetic-grade talc, which is also known as talcum powder. … That means talc mined for commercial uses can be contaminated with asbestos — a known cause of lung cancer and mesothelioma. Talc can be contaminated with asbestos fibers, posing risks for respiratory toxicity and cancer. Studies by the National Toxicology Panel demonstrated that cosmetic-grade talc free of asbestos is a form of magnesium silicate that also can be toxic and carcinogenic.

Keeping you healthfully beautiful!

  Kelly

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