Endocrine Disruptors Mothers should never apply these to their children's skin

Endocrine disruptors are substances, often chemicals that interfere with the endocrine system that regulate hormones. One common known endocrine disruptor is "fragrance", and it is found in most children's shampoos, lotions, and other beauty products.

Did you know that endocrine disruptors are found in almost all beauty products on the market?

Skin is that largest organ of the human body. It only takes about 4 seconds for endocrine disruptors to enter the blood stream after direct contact. Should we not consider what we put on it then?

Exposing your child to endocrine disruptors from a young age can lead to physical problems and reproductive ailments.
Knowing the products that contain harmful chemicals, mothers should desire to find a healthier product that is natural.
Pure Haven is a complete line of non-toxic products safe for even children. They contain absolutely no endocrine disruptors and mothers can take comfort knowing that their children are always safe using these.

Make the right choice for your children. Do not smother them in chemicals.


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