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Is Beautiful Skin Linked to Infertility & Cancer?

April 24, 2017
If you struggle with infertility, estrogen sensitive cancer or other hormone related illnesses, it is vital to learn about the dangers xenoestrogens pose to your hormone health. Peer reviewed studies have linked chemicals with estrogen activity (found in every day products like deodorant, perfume and shampoo) to a multitude of hormone diseases plaguing today's modern society.
What Do the Experts Say?
Various studies now link hormone issues in men, women and children to hormone disruptors.
What Should You Use?
Cleopatra understood the key to beautiful and healthy skin was to nourish, cleanse and moisturize with naturally derived ingredients from food so why can't today's modern women do the same? 
Our body’s work best when they’re in balance. We make it our job at Zero Xeno to provide you with balance in your skin care routine. We believe you should be as careful about what you put on your skin as you put in your mouth. Zero Xeno products are made with organic, food grade and naturally derived ingredients to ensure a balanced personal care routine.
For optimal moisturization we use organic unrefined olive oil, coconut oil, Shea butter, cocoa butter and other organic oils. When natural cold pressed methods of extraction are used to press oils, their level of anti-oxidants are higher than when chemical extraction processes are used. These naturally retained plant based antioxidants help to preserve our oils and allow us to produce high quality moisturizers, soap and conditioners that are effective and safe. We want only the best in our products, just like you want only the best for your body.
At Zero Xeno we also incorporate the use of a natural fermented based preservative system for our organic personal care products. Fermenting coconut oil with Lactobacillus bacteria naturally produces a multifunctional product that provides preservative protection and moisturizing benefits. Lactobacillus bacteria are microorganisms used to produce fermented foods such as sauerkraut and kimchi. These friendly bacteria also produce novel antimicrobial peptides, known as bacteriocins, that are famous for anti-aging and supreme moisturization!
What Has Nature Done For You?
Thankfully nature has created foods that naturally detoxify estrogen mimicking chemicals trapped inside your body. An apple, some turmeric and a piece of broccoli a day can help keep nasty xenoestrogens away! A 2014 study also discovered green tea reduces oxidative stress caused by bisphenol A exposure and ginger stops hormone disrupting parabens from destroying human red blood cells (hemolysis). If you're a lover of Kombucha, the glucuronic acid found in this fermented beverage mitigates phthalates negative xenoestrogen effects
What You Don't Know Can Hurt You!
Sadly, many natural skin care products on the market today contain xenoestrogens such as parabens, propylene glycol and phthalates which are hidden from you by the use of 'Greenwashing' techniques. At Zero Xeno we provide full disclosure of our ingredients, both on our labels and website. We choose to make our organic skin care products without the use of chemicals that mimic estrogen
For the sake of your hormone health, it's time to learn what xenoestrogens are, where they are hidden and how to avoid them. 
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by Bonnie Penner

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