Toxin-Free Skin Care Products Backed by Cancer Specialists
December 15, 2015
Do you know what you’re putting on your skin?
Sadly, many Americans are unaware that more than 11,000 toxic ingredients banned in the European Union (and elsewhere in the world) are allowed to be used here in the United States. If these toxins (including known carcinogens and hormone disruptors) are in your skincare, they will be absorbed quickly and directly into your body. This is of great concern to cancer specialists like Dr. Randall Feingold and Dr. Ron Israeli of the New York Breast Reconstruction Alliance.
When NYBRA breast cancer patient, Gina Maisano, underwent chemotherapy and radiation therapy it wreaked havoc on her skin, hair and nails, making it impossible for her to use existing skincare filled with harsh toxins. From that experience, Gina along with her beloved NYBRA doctors and a specialty Botanical Lab, created Bétèrre.
It’s nature-based skincare, filled with 100% natural botanicals and minerals. Ultimately, it will make you feel good about what you and your entire family put on your skin!
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