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Steezy Monkey Soap Review

28 views | 30 Oct. 2020

Three Soaps in Review -

Three Soaps in Review - Beard & Face, Walnut Scrub & Sensitive Skin Bar by Steezy Monkey

Face & Beard Soap

Product Description

Your face, beard, and stache will see a dramatic immediate improvement in texture and health. This soap is VERY addictive.

- Extra Oils Help Repair a Day of Hair Stress

- Eliminate Painful Beard Pimples

- Healthy Vegetable Oils + African Black Soap

- No need for Beard Product in Bed

- Feel the Immediate Condition Difference

- Go to Bed with a Super Soft Beard

- Reduce Tangling and Soften Whiskers

- Special Formula lets you Wash 2x per Day

- Adds Oils and does not dry out hair

Suggested Use: Lightly rub the bar onto damp beard, moustache, skin or hair, and lather by hand. Rinse thoroughly.

Ingredients: Aqua, Glycerin, Sorbitol, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Laurate, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Oleate, Sodium Myristate, Sodium Chloride, Glyceryl Mono Laurate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Mangifera Indica (Mango) Seed Butter, Sodium Thiosulphate, Sodium Citrate, Titanium Dioxide, Citric Acid, Trisodium Sulfosuccinate, Pentasodium Pentetate, Tetrasodium Etidronate, African Black Soap (Sodium Shea Butterate, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Palm Kernelate, Coconut Carbon), Paraben-Free Fragrance Oils

Check them out at:

https://steezymonkey.com/

#SteezyMonkeySoap #SoapReview #BarSoapNerd

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How to Get Beautiful Hair and Scalp - and Avoid the Junk.

224 views | 13 Aug. 2015

Learn what's harming your

Learn what's harming your hair and scalp everyday, and how to change that! Thick, shiny, healthy, manageable hair with no more itchy scalp or dandruff are simple to achieve when you know what to avoid!

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The Microbead Dilemma

9 672 views | 28 Jul. 2014

President Obama signed a

President Obama signed a bipartisan bill that prohibits selling and distributing products containing microbeads. Personal care products such as the shampoo, facial cleanser and even toothpaste you use at home can contribute to a massive plastic pollution problem. We talk with Anna Cummins, Executive Director of The 5 Gyres Institute, who explains the dangers of these plastic "microbeads" that enter the ocean and threaten aquatic life, as well as humans.

Everyday Action: Check the labels of the personal care products you use in your home and stop using products containing polyethylene or polypropylene microbeads. Send any products with microbeads to 5 Gyres to help bring awareness to this important issue.

For more information, please visit:

5 Gyres "Get Plastic Off My Face" campaign:

http://5gyres.org/how_to_get_involved/campaigns/

Beat the Microbead smart phone app information:

http://beatthemicrobead.org/en/in-short

Microbeads - The Story of Stuff Project:

https://youtu.be/uAiIGd_JqZc

World Ocean Radio: Microbeads:

http://www.worldoceanobservatory.org/radio-item/microbeads

Top 11 microbead-free exfoliants:

http://www.allure.com/beauty-products/2014/top-microbead-free-exfoliator-alternatives#slide=1

World Ocean Observatory

World Ocean Radio continues the discussion on the pervasive nature of microbeads here: http://www.worldoceanobservatory.org/radio-item/microbeads

Lourenco Derobio

I regret that the explanation is so narrow, since many materials that exist in the products mentioned may be more harmful to the contamination of the sea. Polyethylene is non-toxic and not to be used as food for human or marine animals. The responsibility is of the users of the product that are not clarified on the subject. It is enough to wash the places where these products were passed and they will not pollute the sea. I regret to read an incomplete article, probably undercut by laboratories interested in showing their alternatives that exist to benefit.