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Hormone disrupting chemicals can be found in literally every room of the house, but somehow the bathroom, one of the smallest (and most intimate) of all the rooms, just so happens to hide the largest amounts of hormone disrupting chemicals found within the home. If you are wondering why your hormone levels have been off lately, it’s likely something in your bathroom may be to blame.
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Studies have shown that many serious health issues have been linked to long term hormone imbalance, yet little has been done to minimize hormone disrupting chemicals in our everyday products. And while these harmful toxins typically don’t have immediate repercussions, daily use, over time, can accumulate in our systems causing many serious health issues, such as autoimmune diseases, mental illness, and even cancer.