Chemicals in Soap & Deodorant that Suppress Testosterone & Increase Estrogen

by Jose

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Chemicals in Soap & Deodorant that Suppress Testosterone & Increase Estrogen

Hi Mark,

Some days ago you mentioned in your blog four ingredients that we should be aware of at the moment of buying soaps, deodorants, etc.

I was looking for those ingredients in soaps like Ivory and Dove but I do not find those four names on the ingredient components of those two products.

Do you have further information related to the components of these two products and if they should be used by men?

I did the same research with the Degree deodorant but did not find the component in the label.

Chemicals in Soap & Deodorant that
Suppress Testosterone & Increase Estrogen

Hello Jose,

There are a whole host of drugs that are administered via the transdermal skin patch.

The pharmaceutical companies use the transdermal skin method, because they know it works like a charm.

According to one study, it's 95% more effective than taking medication orally.

You simply apply the product to the skin, and within a matter of seconds, you've got the drug moving through your blood stream in double time.

The cosmetics you smear all over your body are no different...

A couple swipes of that deodorant, and you've got all kinds of goodies swimming around in your system.

Propylene Glycol, used in the manufacture of polyester fabrics, fragrance, and if you're really bad at choosing your products, parabens, a proven estrogen mimic.

The cosmetic manufacturers will assure you that these chemicals are all extremely safe, and completely non toxic.

Personally, I'm not buying it!

For one, these substances are all tested individually, not as a whole.

Who knows what happens in the body when you combine numerous chemical agents from your deodorant, soap, shampoo, cologne, conditioner, etc...


With cosmetics, the Food and Drug Administration has no authority to require safety studies like it does with drugs and prescription medications.

This means that cosmetics are among the least regulated products on the market.

In other words, you're taking the manufactures word that the product you're smearing all over your body, 365 days a year, is entirely safe.

Chemicals in Soap & Deodorant that
Suppress Testosterone & Increase Estrogen

We know for a fact the typical 40+ male in the US is swimming in estrogenic substances.

Man boobs, fleshy hips and thighs, and suppressed male hormone levels are the rules now, not the exception.

I believe the chemical agents you come into contact with on a daily basis play a huge role in this.

Look at it this way, Jose...

Your skin, which is the largest organ in your body, is like a big, wide open, gaping mouth.

Anything that goes near it, will go down the hatch and wind up inside your system.

Smear on that Degree deodorant every morning, and you may as well just fill a shot glass with the following, and go bottoms up...

Dipropylene Glycol , Water Aqua , Propylene Glycol , Sodium Stearate , Poloxamine 1307 , Fragrance Parfum , Aminomethyl Propanol , Disodiium EDTA , BHT , Yellow 5 CI 19140 , Green 6 CI 61565.

I don't know about you, but you couldn't pay me to put any of the above in my morning smoothie.

You said in your message that you couldn't find the ingredients I wrote about earlier in your products...

Think about it... it would be virtually impossible for me to list every single chemical manufactured.

Consider this...

The American Chemical Society has more than 50 million substances listed in their database.

According to Dr. Hideaki Chihara, Ph.D. chemist and former president of Japan Association for International Chemical...

"A novel substance is either isolated or synthesized every 2.6 seconds on the average during the past 12 months, day and night, seven days a week,”.

That's a lot of chemicals to keep track of.

Here's your best defense...

Use natural, paraben free, fragrance free products that are made from items you would not have a problem eating.

Think coco butter, olive oil, shea butter, and palm oil.

Head to your health food store, and you can find soaps, shampoos, and other personal care products made with these natural ingredients.

It's going to cost you more, that's certain, but what are you willing to give up to in order to hang onto your manhood?

Personally, anytime I'm faced with this dilemma, I reach straight into my back pocket, and pull out my wallet.

Every man reading this should do the same!

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