Toxicity In Common Makeup

Safe cosmetic pioneer, Jay Harper, exposes the truth behind ingredients in makeup that are slowly killing us all, and the parallels between corporate cosmetic manufacturers, and other greedy industries that killed for profits, and their playbook of deceit.

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  1. Danni Otto says

    Thank you Jay for enlightening and educating us on this subject. I’m a caregiver to my beautiful adult son who happens to have autism. We’ve been eating gluten free for well over a decade now but I never thought twice about my makeup until you brought that awareness to me. So thank you for all your research and thank you for making such great products.

  2. Rachel Anderson says

    Wow that was a huge eye opener. Unbelieveable. You are right, the food industry has a light on it but people dont look into makeup as deeply. Thank you for writing this and informing people of something that isnt talked about but is highly important!

    • Jay Adam Harper says

      What happens outside of the public eye is astounding and almost unbelievable. Greed an amazingly frightful, and powerful thing.

  3. Julie says

    Holy Crap!! Are you friggin kidding me?? I never looked at makeup like this, but now that I think about it, it all totally makes sense. I don’t know what to do about it, but I know I need to be thinking about what I put on my body… ugh!!!!!

  4. Angela says

    I really enjoyed reading this book. I am not completely amazed that “Julie” told you all about her company, however, I am amazed she admitted to making the products in China (probably labeling them as made in USA too), and relabeling the same old formulae (I knew that happens because I have been reading labels for 12 years looking for my known allergens).
    Anyway, I hope to see you and Jen at another GFAF Expo this year – I’m planning on attending the San Fran and Dallas ones.
    Also, dId you ever post your Homemade lotion recipe?
    Thank you for all you do!

    • Jay Adam Harper says

      Hi Angela!

      You will certainly see us at San Fran and Dallas. The lovely thing about Dallas is we get to drive there :)

      Through my investigations and happenings, I myself am pretty amazed at the things I have uncovered. Ms. Makeup Rep was steadily drinking and about half blown by the time we came in contact, and our conversation literally blew my mind. There is more to the story, but I kept it short in the book. It is truly amazing what big corp will do when you have investors and a lot of money on the line. She told me about how old makeup is redistributed to cheaper stores, and sold again, and resold again.. making it all the more dangerous the more it ages. Makeup really does go bad, grow mold, grow bacteria and things like this. It’s horrible!

      Hand lotion! Here’s a quick one for ya.
      1 Tablespoon Glycerin
      1 Tablespoon Rose Water
      1 tablespoon non-distilled witch hazel extract
      3 tablespoons of honey
      Blend, Shake, Fridge.

      And here is another we do here often.

      2 teaspoons of cod liver oil
      2 tablespoons of castor oil
      1 gluten free and natural vitamin e capsule (prick and squeeze)
      1 tablesppon of unflavored gelatin
      1/4 cup cold water
      3/4 cup boiling water

      Use a blender to blend to the cod-liver, castor oil and vitamin e. Leave in the blender.

      Dissolve the gelatin in the cold water.

      Add the boiling water to the cold gelatin mix, stir real good and let cool to room temp.

      Put roughly 1/2 cup of the gelatin mix to the blender. Blend and add water a little at a time until it’s the consistency of lotion.

      Refrigerate :)

  5. Courtney says

    Thank you for explaining things in a way I could understand. I always try to look at labels, but sometimes things slip through the cracks. I need to be much more diligent about checking. I will be going through my makeup drawers pronto and getting rid of the toxic stuff!

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