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Amazology Review

by Selva Raj (2019-02-02)

Let me ask you a question. How does it make you feel Amazology when you think about rubbing chemicals like petrolatum, mineral oil, isopropyl myristate, trietholamine, glycerin, dioxane, propylene glycol, and alcohols into your skin? Do you think these synthetic substances can actually give your skin what it needs to be firm, smooth, moist and even-toned? Unfortunately, these chemicals form the basis of toxic skincare cosmetic companies continue to market to the public. Fortunately, consumers are becoming more educated about what it takes to have a healthy, beautiful complexion. If you'd like to know about reclaiming the health and appearance of your skin, please keep reading.You see, cosmetic companies continue to use synthetic chemicals because they are cheap (about a nickel-a-jar), can be combined into numerous silky-feeling, pleasant smelling creams, and with the money left over, can be successfully promoted with expensive television, radio and magazine ad campaigns.These companies know they produce toxic skincare. There are plenty of scientific studies which show these chemical-based creams clog pores and stop the natural excretion of toxins through the skin. These guys are even aware some of the chemicals they use have been linked to cancer.However, until these chemicals are legally banned, and as long as they continue to make millions of dollars, these skincare companies are going to continue using them to manufacture their products.