Why slime scented oil should be sold in stores
A recent report published by The Next World found that the slime screentones used to produce lubricants in cosmetics have been linked to numerous diseases including allergies, diabetes, and asthma.
In some cases, these scents have been found to be laced with pesticides and carcinogens.
As a result, they have been banned in cosmetics stores.
I asked if the companies that make these products have done their research on the products, and the answer was a definite yes.
“In general, all the products in our portfolio are biodegradable,” said Kristin Tannenbaum, CEO of Skincare Essentials.
“In general the ingredients that we use are sustainable, and in some cases are biopesticide free, and there’s no animal testing involved.”
We’ve been using slime scant for a long time, and we really like the scent. “
[The slime scent] is made from a variety of different plants that are edible, which is one of the main ingredients in the scents,” she added.
“We’ve been using slime scant for a long time, and we really like the scent.
It’s really nice and unique.
And there are also some amazing scents in there that we can’t use.”
As a result of this research, the companies behind the slime scent have developed an ingredient that they claim can prevent the spread of bacteria, fungi, and parasites.
“The ingredients that are used in these products do not contain a high level of toxic chemicals like PCBs or dioxins, which would lead to the development of harmful effects for the human health,” Tannensbaum said.
“As a company, we have a lot of research and we’re going to continue to do that.
For more on slime scants, watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7T8vD2-4kM