Monday, 9 January 2017

This Soap Ingredient Might Be Affecting Your Bedroom Performance

Before you buy your soap or body wash, do you ever take a look at the ingredients listed on the back? Most would answer no to this question because we all assume that what we are buying is safe. After all, products made it to the shelves of our local stores which make us think that they’ve already passed regulations laws. We should all think again because recent reports say our bedroom performance may be affected by this chemical ingredient.

Your Bedroom Performance Issue Is Probably Caused By This An Anti-Bacterial Ingredient

Triclosan is a common ingredient found in soaps, body wash and deodorant. It has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties – characteristics that do not sound harmful at all. However, according to a post by CBS News, “studies began to show it could disrupt sex and thyroid hormones and other bodily functions”.

A study by researchers at the University of California also showed that triclosan could sometimes cause muscle weakness as well as impaired muscle activity. Researchers exposed the muscle fibres of fish and mice to the chemical. They found that both skeletal and cardiac muscles they exposed to triclosan did not function optimally.

While most of the studies have been done on animals, most experts say that it can have a similar effect on humans.

It was in September 2016 that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a ruling that 19 active anti-bacterial ingredients, including triclosan, are generally not safe and effective. The FDA continues by saying that companies have one year to reformulate their products, taking out ingredients like triclosan. The ban will be effective in the USA coming September 2017. The state of Minnesota got a head start and banned the chemical ingredient last January 1.

Just so we are all informed, here are the 19 active ingredients that were considered unsafe by the FDA last September:

  1. Cloflucarban
  2. Fluorosalan
  3. Hexachlorophene
  4. Hexylresorcinol
  5. Iodine complex
  6. Iodine complex
  7. Methylbenzethonium chloride
  8. Nonyl phenoxy poly (ethylene oxy) ethanol-iodine
  9. Phenol (greater than 1.5 percent)
  10. Phenol (less than 1.5 percent)
  11. Poloxamer-iodine complex
  12. Povidone-iodine (5 to 10 percent)
  13. Secondary amyl tri cresols
  14. Sodium oxychlordane
  15. Tribromsalan
  16. Triclocarban
  17. Triclosan
  18. Triple dye
  19. Undecoylium chloride iodine complex

Don’t Let Your Bedroom Performance And Health Be Affected

September is still a few months away, but as early as now, we need to be more careful about the products we purchase. We need to look out for the ingredients on the above list. Some may be hiding under different names, so it’s always a plus for us to do some research, or better yet, why not go for more organic products?

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