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Common dyes used in bath bombs have been shown to cause allergy-like reactions and symptoms of ADHD in children. Some are contaminated with cancer-causing substances, while other test tube and animal studies link certain popular food dyes to neuron damage and a higher risk of brain cancer. Certain yellow dyes may even increase the risk of adrenal and kidney cancers. These are NOT risks I’m willing to take just for the sake of a fizzy bath. ( 6) Chemical fragrances that fall under the “fragrance” term on the ingredients list can also disrupt the vagina’s natural pH balance, increasing the risk of vaginal yeast infections. ( 9)
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Fragrance” is an innocent enough-sounding ingredient. But the truth is, synthetic scents are one of the most toxic ingredients in bath products. Let’s start with this fact: A National Academy of Sciences points out some vital facts: About 95 percent of chemicals used in synthetic fragrances are derived from petroleum (crude oil). ( 1) Popular bath fizzy ingredients are linked to ailments like asthma, eczema, ADHD, cancer and other diseases. Fake food dyes aren’t just a risk in foods. A breakthrough 2013 Slovenian study found that your skin can actually absorb these toxic dyes, particularly through recently shaven skin and the mucous membranes. From there, the dyes are absorbed directly into your bloodstream, instead of being broken down in the gut or detoxed through the liver. ( 5)Glitter used in store-bought and homemade bath bombs can pollute water once they wash down the drain. Food dyes common in bath bombs can be absorbed through broken, irritated or recently shaved skin. From there, it goes straight into your bloodstream. Some food dyes are linked to cancer, ADHD, allergic reactions and more. Many bath bombs also contain glitter, tiny pieces of plastic that won’t biodegrade once they wash down your drain. That’s not just trouble for wildlife. Small bits of plastic glitter aren’t things I’d want near my mucous membranes.
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The European Commission on Endocrine Disruption found strong evidence that boric acid acts as a hormone disruptor in humans. It’s banned for use in cosmetics in Japan and Canada. ( 10) In fact, the Canadian government even recommends avoiding the use of boric acid in pest control and in arts and crafts, including using it to make homemade slime and modeling clay. Canadian health officials say overexposure to boric acid has the potential to cause developmental and reproductive health effects. ( 11) To allow your bath bombs to dry, leave them uncovered in a cool, dry place (away from taps and humidity). They will take longer to set in humid weather.Common bath bomb fragrance ingredients are synthetic and can cause hormone disruption and increase your risk of diseases like type 2 diabetes, breast cancer and infertility, among other ailments. The information in our articles is NOT intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice. Are Bath Bombs Safe? The Ingredients Are Terrifying
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Boric acid is sometimes used in DIY bath bomb recipes and in store-bought versions. I would avoid it because there’s strong evidence it acts like a hormone disruptor in humans. It’s banned for use in cosmetics in Canada and Japan.
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