Lily of the Desert Hair Spray


Many commercial beauty products, including hair spray, contain parabens. There is growing concern that this class of chemicals, which mimic estrogen, can disrupt the hormones and even lead to an increased risk of certain cancers.

In the United States, the incidence of breast cancer continues to climb, and many fear parabens might be partially responsible for this epidemic. Meanwhile, better safe than sorry. The good news is that all of our chemical-based cosmetics can be replaced with more natural substitutes.

If you must use hairspray, safer alternatives exist. One of the best is Lily of the Desert Organic Styling Spray, a product primarily derived from organic aloe vera. It doesn’t contain parabens, perfume or alcohol.

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