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Are You Poisoning Yourself And Your Family To Look Beautiful?

Did you know that in 2005, scientists found more than 200 chemicals and pollutants in the umbilical cord blood of newborn babies? The babies were selected at random in the US. 1


In 2016, teenage Latina girls tested high for phthalates, parabens and other endocrine disruptors. They had absorbed these toxin from personal care products. 2


The good news is that if you make the change to safe skincare, your body can respond very quickly.


Just three days after switching to safe products, the teenage girls had reduced their chemical load by up to 40%.


Traditional skincare brands contain these dangerous ingredients.
Nudu doesn't.

Phenoxyethanol, a preservative, is a hazardous irritant. It maybe toxic to the central nervous system, liver and kidneys.

Propylene glycol, a skin conditioner, can lead to skin irritation, depression of the central nervous system and kidney damage after prolonged exposure. Also used in antifreeze.

Phthalates are softeners associated with developmental defects and disruption of male reproductive systems in animals.

Parabens, a preservative, has been found intact in human breast tissue and is linked to breast cancer.

Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) is a detergent that can irritate skin.

Benzyl alcohol, a preservative, is a skin sensitizer and irritant.

Formaldehydes and formaldehyde-releasers are preservatives. They are also skin allergens linked with cancer.

Peroxides are bleaching antiseptics that dry the skin and generate damaging and aging free radicals.

Nudu products do not contain any of these ingredients. We refuse to add toxic chemicals, irritants or known endocrine disruptors to any of our products.


1 http://www.ewg.org/research/body-burden-pollution-newborns
2 http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/wp-content/uploads/advpub/2016/3/ehp.1510514.acco.pdf

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