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The title. How many of you still use soap from mainly Jewish-owned companies?

Many soaps contain a cocktail of harmful ingredients used in them to make scents. Avoid these. Ladies especially.

The (((FDA))) doesn’t require companies to disclose the breakdown of a fragrance’s ingredients to consumers because the chemicals that produce fragrance are considered “trade secrets"
most of the time, synthetic chemicals and cancer-causing toxins (like phthalates, used to make fragrances last longer) are hiding. constant exposure to these things have been shown to negatively impact the central nervous system and can trigger allergies, migraines and asthma symptoms.

Interesting.

Parabens are also a thing used in soaps.. They mimic estrogen (once applied to the skin, they enter the bloodstream, and the body mistakes them for estrogen). When the body thinks there is an abnormally high amount of estrogen present in the bloodstream due to the presence of these hormone disrupters, it reacts in various ways: decreasing muscle mass, increasing fat deposits, causing early onset of puberty and can destroy reproductive functions in both sexes. Men, these soaps are will turn you into eunuchs.

Sulfates strip the skin of its natural oils. they are also irritants for those with sensitive skin. Enough said.

Triclosan, mostly found in antibacterial soap, creates dioxin, a carcinogen that has been found in high levels in human breast milk. Dioxins have disruptive effects on the endocrine system and negatively affect thyroid functions.

Basically many soap brands have chemicals in them that will turn you into fat, low T (not a worry for women), cancer-infected slobs. Dont rub goyblocks on yourself in the shower. Making soap yourself is far better for you, and really not that hard. Only 3 ingredients.

Soap making tutorial

Warning: These people are Christcucks, but their tutorial works well. If this sways you from making your own soap let me know and I can provide another link.
 
as a doctor, i must say that i absolutely agree with you. not even only soaps, especially shower gels show the same effect and are very harmful. im very lucky that we make our own soap in our village. in the same way, home-made soaps are sold in my region. the cost from here is donated to children with cancer and leukemia(that the jews caused). one day I will do my best to spread this all over the world and kick the jews from both this sector and the whole world.
 
I wish you the best in your efforts, we need more people like you in the world. Thank you.
i do not think you work less than me or you have less labor. i am grateful for your good wishes 💜💜💜💜
 
The title. How many of you still use soap from mainly Jewish-owned companies?

Many soaps contain a cocktail of harmful ingredients used in them to make scents. Avoid these. Ladies especially.

The (((FDA))) doesn’t require companies to disclose the breakdown of a fragrance’s ingredients to consumers because the chemicals that produce fragrance are considered “trade secrets"
most of the time, synthetic chemicals and cancer-causing toxins (like phthalates, used to make fragrances last longer) are hiding. constant exposure to these things have been shown to negatively impact the central nervous system and can trigger allergies, migraines and asthma symptoms.

Interesting.

Parabens are also a thing used in soaps.. They mimic estrogen (once applied to the skin, they enter the bloodstream, and the body mistakes them for estrogen). When the body thinks there is an abnormally high amount of estrogen present in the bloodstream due to the presence of these hormone disrupters, it reacts in various ways: decreasing muscle mass, increasing fat deposits, causing early onset of puberty and can destroy reproductive functions in both sexes. Men, these soaps are will turn you into eunuchs.

Sulfates strip the skin of its natural oils. they are also irritants for those with sensitive skin. Enough said.

Triclosan, mostly found in antibacterial soap, creates dioxin, a carcinogen that has been found in high levels in human breast milk. Dioxins have disruptive effects on the endocrine system and negatively affect thyroid functions.

Basically many soap brands have chemicals in them that will turn you into fat, low T (not a worry for women), cancer-infected slobs. Dont rub goyblocks on yourself in the shower. Making soap yourself is far better for you, and really not that hard. Only 3 ingredients.

Soap making tutorial

Warning: These people are Christcucks, but their tutorial works well. If this sways you from making your own soap let me know and I can provide another link.
Different kinds of oils (fats) have different kinds of properties.
Castile soap (if I remember the name correctly) is made with 100% olive oil.

They say they use pure coconut oil here.. though it makes a harder bar and lathers well.. I've seen some place advicing against using more than 40% coconut oil in a soap recipe.

Also I do recommend looking up a soap calculator for the amount of lye necessary. There are also some recipes online that use to 'superfat' things by which they add less lye than is necessary to make a full bar of soap.

One such website where you can find recipes is brambleberry.com

Also would not recommend using things that you'd normally use for cooking your food, because you are working with chemicals (the lye).

Also they say 'glass is no good' but theres glass thats meant to withstand heat, like oven dishes .. so idk why they say to not use it at all..

For containers to pour it in... take those that make demoulding easy. So nothing thats rigid, like glass, but it should be stiff enough to hold a shape..
 
Different kinds of oils (fats) have different kinds of properties.
Castile soap (if I remember the name correctly) is made with 100% olive oil.

They say they use pure coconut oil here.. though it makes a harder bar and lathers well.. I've seen some place advicing against using more than 40% coconut oil in a soap recipe.

Also I do recommend looking up a soap calculator for the amount of lye necessary. There are also some recipes online that use to 'superfat' things by which they add less lye than is necessary to make a full bar of soap.

One such website where you can find recipes is brambleberry.com

Also would not recommend using things that you'd normally use for cooking your food, because you are working with chemicals (the lye).

Also they say 'glass is no good' but theres glass thats meant to withstand heat, like oven dishes .. so idk why they say to not use it at all..

For containers to pour it in... take those that make demoulding easy. So nothing thats rigid, like glass, but it should be stiff enough to hold a shape..
yeah i came across a site called Loving Soap Studio. They talk about how to make different kinds of soap and i think she might know of different container you can use for soap molding. the diy community for things like soap making has been growing over the past several years which is an awesome thing.
 
This is the soap site I was talking about.

Besides this I'm glad to come across others that have been calling out all of these ingrediants that neather the fda nor any other goverment branch will properly investigate because they keep accepting bribes and what not from the chemical makers. At least with all of these call outs we have more options. One day we'll get these idiotic usless branches out of the usa and get back to the real stuff.
 

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