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Skin Care Upsets GI:  Allergens onto Eczema

We know that proof that Skin Care Upsets GI has real Science and Medical support. But not every physician knows this yet. General acceptance will take some time.

Skin Care Upsets GI: Bland Ingredients in Skin Care ?

Most Skin Care Upsets GI because the chemicals used in them are strong detergents like Sodium Laurel Sulfate. Brushing your teeth with toothpaste containing 20-30% SLS is just asking for gut problems.

Unfortunately, the same well-known detergents may help develop common allergens.  Allergists have recommended using skin care without common allergens. And irritating detergents like SLS just need to be taken out of skincare altogether. The EMA, the european counterpart to the FDA writes:

Knowing that Skin Care Upsets GI seems relevant but not enough people understand. Therefore, this is a real public health concern. Ceela believes we need to reduce the use of detergents in our diet and skincare. Consequently, the combination of eczema or atopic dermatitis with creams containing common allergens and these detergents creates a real public health concern. We propose that this contributes to the rise in food allergies.

The AAAAI.org represents the best allergists and advice from them is especially relevant.  Ceela agrees that people with eczema or atopic dermatitis should not put common allergens on their skin.

Skin Care Upsets GI and makes Food Allergies

 Which Came First?

Skin Care Causes Upset GI

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           As a result, many people have to avoid all skin care. They

have experienced the perfect storm of common allergens, powerful detergents, and eczema.

In conclusion, the small print ingredients on the label are obscure.  Together, the size and the complexity of the ingredient names makes spotting these substances harder.

Sojapropamide represents the “garbage soy protein left after processing”, you need to know this word.

Soy in Skin Care Upsets GI for many people.

Trying to avoid Soy?

  • Sojapropamide, soja and soja protein all are soy derivatives.
  • Almost all commercial vitamin E tocopherol is derived from soy or wheat.
  • By Federal Regulation, food manufacturers do not need to tell you if their vegetable oil comes from soy, wheat, or peanuts.

Therefore, to avoid soy, use Ceela’s Gluten, Soy, Nut, Dairy, and Cruelty-Free, Vegan Skin Care. Most of all, do not eat processed foods in the United States.

Furthermore, physicians now have proof that milk on skin can make you unable to drink milk safely. Consequently, Ceela allows you to never put common allergen or corn containing creams on itching, red skin.

Be aware of what is in common skin care products.