Sunscreen chemicals absorbed into body, found in 85 percent of human milk samples

S. L. Baker
NaturalNews
December 14, 2010

What does this mean for adults, much less babies taking in this contaminated milk?

Before you apply creams, lotions, cosmetics and sunscreens to your skin, it might be a good idea to find out what’s really in them. What’s more, you need to know those ingredients aren’t necessarily just coating the outsidelayers of your skin. For example, as NaturalNews previously reported, UCLA scientists have recently discovered nanoparticles in cosmetics and sunscreens can enter and wander throughout the body, potentially disrupting body functions on a sub-cellular level (http://www.naturalnews.com/027603_n…). And now, for the first time, a study just published in the international science journal Chemospherehas shown that a group of chemicals known as UV (for ultraviolet radiation) filters are turning up in humans internally — and the phenomenon is widespread.

Learn more: http://www.naturalnews.com/030725_sunscreen_chemicals.html#ixzz187dCHkxt

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