Sanatatea si detergentul

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Influence of Residual Laundry Detergent in Clothes on Winter Deterioration of Dry Skin in Atopic Dermatitis Patients: Clinical Effects of Zero-Detergent Electrolyzed Water Cleaning Powered Washing Machine
Title: Influence of Residual Laundry Detergent in Clothes on Winter Deterioration of Dry Skin in Atopic Dermatitis Patients: Clinical Effects of Zero-Detergent Electrolyzed Water Cleaning Powered Washing Machine
Author: Chikako Shibata; Hisashi Sugiura; Masami Uehara (Department of Dermatology, Shiga University of Medical Science)
Source: Hifu no kagaku; ISSN:1347-1813; VOL.3; NO.2; PAGE.150-155; (2004)
Pub.Country: Japan
Language: Japanese
Abstract: We examined whether avoidance of detergent would relieve winter deterioration of dry skin in atopic dermatitis patients. Twenty-six mild atopic dermatitis patients with winter deterioration of dry skin were instructed to avoid the use of laundry detergent by utilizing a Zero-Detergent Washing Machine, which does not require the use of soap. After 2 weeks, dryness of non-lesion skin was resolved in 24 cases (90%), and dry eczema was resolved in 16 (60%). Our results suggest that residual laundry detergent in clothes may play a role in winter deterioration of atopic dry skin on the trunk generally covered with clothes.

September 2011
Child Development and Environmental Toxins
Dioxins
Dioxins, a group of environmentally persistent
 compounds that are by-products of some
manufacturing and incineration processes, have
been shown to produce a variety of effects in both
animals and humans. People can be exposed to these
compounds by eating meat, dairy products, and
seafood that are contaminated with dioxins.
Data from the Dutch PCB/Dioxin Study conducted
 in 2000 found that children with higher exposures
 to umbilical cord blood and breast milk had a greater
likelihood of developing recurrent ear infections and
chicken pox.6
A growing body of evidence suggests that certain
chemicals, known as endocrine disruptors, can mimic
hormones or interfere with the function of the body’s
hormones. Endocrine disruptors, which usually mimic
estrogen, are found in many of the everyday products
we use, including some plastic bottles and containers,
food can liners, detergents, flame retardants, toys,
cosmetics, and pesticides. The compounds are of
particular concern because they can alter the critical
hormonal balances required for proper health
 and development.7
Despre toxicitatea produselor americane (si pe piata romaneasca)

3 gânduri despre &8222;Sanatatea si detergentul&8221;

    • Bine faci ca scoti Sanosan! L-am folosit si noi un pic, dupa, am trecut pe Weleda, Ioan a facut alergie si am trecut la sapunuri hand-made. Acum ma gandesc serios sa trec la nuci de sapun – solutie dar nu am timp sa cercetez mai profund retete 🙂 Am facut alergie pe fata la sapun, asa ca nu stiu ce sa-ti recomand. Ceva cat mai simplu, fara uleiuri esentiale si alte adaosuri.

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