Growth Update!
Monday, February 08, 2010 | 6 comments

It's been two months since the last update! Sorry for the hiatus, lovelies. We'll be updating more frequently now. Anyway, I am one month away from my first year ful...

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Okay, I was on BHM today as usual and a member posted this. I thought it was interesting and needed to be shared. I don't use any of the products below; Thank goodness.

The following is a list of products that have previously been found to contain hormones:

  • Placenta Shampoo
  • Queen Helene Placenta cream hair conditioner
  • Placenta revitalizing shampoo
  • Perm Repair with placenta
  • Proline Perm Repair with placenta
  • Hormone hair food Jojoba oil
  • Triple action super grow
  • Supreme Vita-Gro
  • Luster's Sur Glo Hormone
  • B & B Super Gro
  • Lekair natural Super Glo
  • Lekair Hormone hair treatment with Vitamin E
  • Isoplus Hormone hair treatment with Quinine
  • Fermodyl with Placenta hair conditioner
  • Supreme Vita-Gro with allantoin and estrogen plus TEA-COCO
  • Hask Placenta Hair conditioner
  • Nu Skin body smoother
  • Nu Skin Enhancer
The majority of these products contain placental extract, placenta, hormones or estrogen. As early as 1983, Dr. Devra Davis (epidemiologist and director of the Center for Environmental Oncology, part of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute) and co-researcher Leon Bradlow advanced the theory that xenoestrogens, synthetic estrogen imitators, were a possible cause of BREAST CANCER.

Davis also says, "most cases of breast cancer are not born, but made and the more hormones a woman is exposed to in her lifetime, the greater her risk of breast cancer."

We need to be more cautious of the products that we use on our hair and our bodies and demand that more information about our health is shared. Ladies and gentlemen beware.


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