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In this make up video learn about the toxic nature of TEA, DEA, MEA, which is found in skin, hair, personal care and cosmetics ...
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Learn About Toxic Beauty Ingredients TEA, DEA, MEA
Hi, I just spend that there are three ingredients altogether because there are some learned whether they looked and the way that they act. They’re TEA, DEA and MEA. The name I want to note right now is triethanolamine, diethanolamine, monoethanolamine, so we’ll teach you those in just a second. What they are used for is they’re ready agents or solvents. They are pH adjustors so they’re used in everything from skin care to cleansing agents to even deodorants.
You’ll find them in all kinds of things so just watch carefully in all goods and cosmetics and everything and stay away from it. Everything that this do is they can actually combine with other ingredients and form whether it’s called Nitrosamines so those are actually contaminants that are extremely toxic. These are banned in Europe because they are known carcinogenic effects and then also they can be over time extremely toxic to the both the kidneys and the liver.
So anyway, how are you going to remember them? Okay, this kind of T with a D, imagine a T with a D–shaped is not for me. Okay, T with a D is not for me and ethanolamine, ethanol is a form of alcohol so ethanol, I don’t want it. It runs in A grade but not on any report grade of mine. Hey ethanolamine is not mine. Alright, there you go. Thanks.