Vapor emissions from personal care products comparable to rush hour pollution, shocking study concludes

(Natural News) According to a new CIRES and NOAA study, emissions of siloxane, which is a common ingredient often found in shampoos, lotions and deodorants, are comparable in magnitude to certain components of car exhaust, such as benzene, emitted into the atmosphere during rush-hour traffic in Boulder, Colorado. The study, which was published in the…

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