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Toxic Beauty user review: a "whistle" documentary should be watched by every single consumer

waterloo

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Toxic Beauty is a documentary feature that follows the class action lawsuit against Johnson & Johnson and the plaintiffs: women fighting for justice in a race against time. As a documentary, it does not favor any party, nor does it easily shout out to let girls bravely make their own chicken soup, but presents the absurd and unsolved Luo Shengmen of modern society in a calm and objective way.
simply say--

It does not help you choose.
It only shows the cost of each choice.


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4.0 out of 5 stars Wish it gave more detail on what exactly to avoid.
Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2020

For some, this documentary won't be a surprise. It's a nice general overview of the same old story of large corporations not being held to standards that ensure safety. Definitely worth watching, but I wish there was more detail on the chemical ingredients still passing as safe.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely everyone needs to watch this & be aware of what's in our personal care products....
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2020

Chronic illness is on the rise, and our society is growing more toxic by the day....while the European Union bans a multitude of chemicals for use in food and personal care products, the United States bans very few. If you check ingredient labels for food and personal care products by the same companies -- the exact same product -- made for the U.S. versus items sold abroad -- you'll see how companies make nontoxic items for elsewhere, and sell absolute toxic junk to consumers here in the United States, filled with known carcinogens, allergens, and chemicals implicated in autoimmunity. The United States has some of the highest healthcare costs, yet Americans are amongst the unhealthiest people in the world. This documentary does a fabulous job of exposing the greedy, disgusting, and poorly regulated personal care and beauty product industry. Hopefully after watching it, you'll want to go dump everything in your cabinets out, and go to check everything you buy against the Environmental Working Group's website. We need to start holding companies and politicians accountable for literally poisoning us. Please watch this, and have a trash bag ready for after you're done.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Important information for anyone who uses body care products
Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2020

A well done documentary, covering a topic that doesn't receive nearly enough accurate exposure. Important information for anyone using body care products and cosmetics.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Eye Opening
Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2020

Really eye opening for a makeup enthusiast. This documentary shows the importance of needing to regulate the cosmetics industry.

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Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2020

This documentary should be watched by every single consumer in this planet. Corporate companies have masterfully used the principles of influence, appealing to our emotions, senses and fears to make money. Utterly reckless and abusive to say the least.

It is time to take a stand and be accepting of ourselves, flaws and all. Educate the people from past and future generations around us to acknowledge that the only way to make changes is through collective cooperation and not purchase these products Ever again.
 
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akagi1945

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As a person who is keen on using clean products, especially related to food & beauty, I was very interested in absorbing all the information presented in this documentary. However! Please note, this documentary also references an irresponsible, ill-informed article published by rogue journalists about lavender and tea tree essential oils being supposed endocrine disruptors. These products have so many incredible benefits, so the fact that this documentary mentions an irresponsible article to the contrary raises red flags for me...
 
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