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The accumulation of toxins in the body doesn’t just happen from ingested food and drink. The skin is the body’s largest organ and has a porous membrane that absorbs whatever we put on it—harmful chemicals and metals included.
Standard cosmetics and personal care products are loaded with toxins like heavy metals, benzenes, and dyes that can’t be broken down in the body. Not to mention they get washed down the drain when we bathe and those same toxins pollute the environment.
Be wary of hair care, dental hygiene, deodorants, and skincare products readily available. Pay attention to the ingredient list—if it reads like a chemistry experiment, it’s most likely laden with pollutants that should be avoided. Follow Dr. Clark’s advice, “Use nothing that you wouldn't use on a newborn baby.”
Full details of Dr. Clark’s toiletry clean-up and recipes for safe alternatives can be found in The Cure for All Cancers.