What is Mineral oil?

Mineral oil is often described as a distillate of petroleum that is free flowing and clear as water. This distillate is often used in a variety of home appliances, cosmetics, lubrication oils, skincare lotions, different types of paints and polishes, soaps and even baby care products.

History of Mineral Oil
The Rockefellers pretty much own the entire Petroleum Industry worldwide and they use their prized product to make pharmaceutical products

Dangers of mineral oil:

  • Mineral oil should never be used on the hair and skin.
  • Mineral oil clogs the pores and suffocates the skin, which is a breathing organ.
  • It forms a thin layer on the skin, that resembles a layer of plastic.
  • Slows down the process of vitamin D manufacturing slows down the process of vitamin D manufacturing (mineral oil STOPS the absorption of vitamin D)
  • Ejection of toxins through the skin is prevented
  • Parents are putting petroleum on their precious new baby’s skin, (as Vaseline or baby oil) causing the skin to become all hard and dry.
  • Petroleum has no place in the female vagina. (KY lubrication) You don’t put crude oil extract in the vagina! You just don’t do that!
Johnson and Johnson put a nice spin on this dangerous side effect of mineral oil.  First they call it ‘pure mineral oil” (yah cause dirty oil waste is really pure).  Then they admit it blocks your babies pores, but their the nicer way of saying it is: “Pure mineral oil forms a silky barrier to help prevent excess moisture loss”
All I’m asking is for you to check the labels, and do a little research before you lather on your beautiful bambino’s soft skin.
In love and Health,

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