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2 out of 3 laundry detergents contain unlabeled known carcinogen

Have you ever heard of 1,4 Dioxane? Most likely not.

1,4 Dioxane is a known carcinogen- a cancer causing chemical found in two-thirds of laundry detergent today. 


You’re probably unaware of its existence because it is not considered an ingredient in laundry detergent, rather a contaminant so it's not on the label.

You see, detergents are processed using ethoxylation, a cheap technique that lessens the severity of some of the harsher ingredients, and 1,4-dioxane is created as a result of this process.

1,4 Dioxane is a by deadly product, it's been found to be toxic to your brain, central nervous system, kidneys, liver and respiratory system.

And most detergents out there today contain high levels of it. I won’t name any brands here but I’m sure you would be familiar with them. If you are the least a bit curious just type this into google: 1,4 dioxane laundry detergent.

But, rather than focusing on the problems and stressing out about the negative impacts of those industrialized products and what they are doing to our health and environment, let's focus on solutions that are ready and available today...

 

Wishing you wellness,

 

The Water Liberty Team
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