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Mama Z’s Body Care &DIY Recipe Guideby Sabrina Ann ZielinskiCopyright 2021 by NaturalLivingFamily.comAll rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrievalsystem, or transmitted by any means – electronic, mechanical, photographic (photocopying), recording, or otherwise – without prior permission in writing from the author.The products and statements in this book have not been evaluated by the United StatesFood and Drug Administration (FDA) and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure orprevent disease. All information provided in this book is for informational purposes only,and is not intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other health careprofessional. You should not use the information in this book for diagnosis or treatment ofany health problem.Learn more information at: Essential Oils ApothecaryAlzheimer’s, Cancer, Fatty Liver, Heart Disease & More 150 Soothing Remedies for Managing the Treatment &Symptoms of Chronic Illness!Get Your Copy Here!The Healing Power of Essential Oils150 Healing Recipes & Remedies to Soothe Inflammation, BoostMood, Prevent Autoimmunity, and Feel Great in Every Way!Get Your Copy Here!

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Spiritual DisclaimerPlease note that I am a Christian and it is from this perspective that I present theinformation that is in this book. Amongst other things, this means that I will referto “God,” not the “Universe.” This also means that I may reference Biblical teachingand ancient proverbs that I have found to be helpful and applicable today.Sometimes people get offended by the words that I use, or the spiritual referencesthat I make. Please don’t fall into this trap.As a trained public health researcher and world-renowned essential oils educator,you can trust that the information presented in these pages is solid, evidencebased and that it will help you.I do not judge people that don’t share my faith and I am committed to helpingeveryone (regardless of who they are or what they believe) benefit from myexperiences. In fact, I whole-heartedly believe this is my mission in life and why Godput me on this planet.You see, there I go referencing “God” again. ;)A Note About FaithPersonally, I have found that my faith has been vital to helping me overcomesickness and disease - as it has for the thousands of people that we have helpedget well.Being a Christian, it’s impossible for me to separate my personal beliefs from myactions and lifestyle habits. As a researcher, I am intrigued to see how clinical trialsand science continues to uncover the role that prayer, positive thinking and faithplay in the healing journey.My dear friend and Integrative Oncologist, Dr. Tony Jimenez often says that “canceris an emotional disorder.” The same can be said of all chronic, long-standingdisease like gut disorders, autoimmunity, arthritis, fatigue and insomnia.It is with this in mind that I present to you the information in the Introduction andscattered throughout this book where you will discover eternal truths that will provide you with hope, inspiration and may even shed some light on things if you arewilling to take a dive into the spiritual side of healing with me.4

Table of ContentsClick on Title to go to ChapterPart OneChapter 1Chapter 2Chapter 3Chapter 4What You Need to Know to Get StartedBody Care Carcinogens 8Carrier Oils 21Dilution & Dispersion Guide 28Basics of Body Care 37Part TwoChapter 5Chapter 6Chapter 7Our Favorite Non-Toxic Solutions10 Natural Ingredients for Young-Looking SkinNatural Teeth Whitening Hacks 60Vaginal Atrophy & Feminine Cream 68Part ThreeEasy Quick-Start RecipesAftershave Lotion 89Aftershave Spray 90Anti-Aging & Skin Healing SerumBaby Lotion 92Baby Shampoo 93Bath Bomb 94Beard Oil, Everyday 95Beard Oil, Harvest Spice 96Beard Oil, Minty Fresh 97Body Powder 98Body Wash for Kids 99Curl-Boosting Hair Spray 100Deodorant Bar 101Deodorant Roll-On 102Detox Bath 103Dry Shampoo 104Facial Cleanser, Anti-Aging 10547915

Facial Cleanser Cream 106Facial Cleanser, Foaming 107Facial Mask 108Hair Detangler Spray 109Hair Gel 110Hair Spray 111Hand Cream 112Hand Sanitizer 113Hand Soap, Foaming 114Hand Soap, Liquid 115Lip Balm 116Lipstick 117Lotion Bar 118Mouthwash 120Odor-Eating Powder 121Perfume & Cologne, Gender Neutral 122Perfume & Cologne, Men’s Cologne 123Perfume & Cologne, Women’s Delight 124Personal Lubricant 125Shampoo 126Shaving Cream 127Sugar Scrub 128Sunscreen Bar 129Sunscreen Lotion 130Sunscreen Spray 131Toothpaste Recipe 132Whipped Body Butter 133References134About the Author1416

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CHAPTER 1Body Care CarcinogensWhen we lather up in the shower or apply skin cream to our face, we think weare using something that is healthy for us. Or at least safe. So for many of us, itwould come as a shock to realize some of the most toxic chemicals in our homes,just dripping with known carcinogens, are hidden in our bathroom cupboards.What is a Carcinogen?Anything that leads to cancer is a known carcinogen. This could be drugs, energy,or pollutants in the environment, additives in food or cosmetics, lifestyle factorssuch as nutrition and physical activity, and even some medical treatments suchas radiation therapy. This may seem simple enough; however, it is not so cut anddried.Several authorities on the topic such as the World Health Organization’s (WHO),International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), and the United StatesEnvironmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Integrated Risk Information System(IRIS) have delineated numerous carcinogen categories to assist consumers indeciding exactly how potentially cancer-causing the substances in their food,drugs, and cosmetics may be. (Scared yet? Not to worry—tips on easily avoidingthese known carcinogens will follow!)THE IARC CHEMICAL CATEGORIES ARE: Group 1: Carcinogenic to humans Group 2A: Probably carcinogenic to humans Group 2B: Possibly carcinogenic to humans Group 3: Unclassifiable as to carcinogenicity in humans Group 4: Probably not carcinogenic to humansTHE IRIS CHEMICAL CATEGORIES ARE: Group A: Carcinogenic to humans Group B: Likely to be carcinogenic to humans8

Group C: Suggestive evidence of carcinogenic potential Group D: Inadequate information to assess carcinogenic potential Group E: Not likely to be carcinogenic to humansAs you may have already deduced, almost every substance tested falls in themiddle categories, Groups 2A, 2B, and 3, or Groups B, C, and D. Just over 100substances ever tested have been listed as known carcinogens.Other groups such as the California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA)and the National Toxicology Program (NTP) list only known or suspectedcarcinogens and seem to be somewhat more rigorous—they have listedsignificantly more carcinogens to the benefit of consumers everywhere, at least250 substances.Clearly the tests used to fit into these categories varies widely. The internationalcommunity has higher standards yet—many ingredients considered safe foruse in US cosmetics are banned in Canada, the European Union, and Japan. Thissuggests the need for a closer look at the potential harm, the tests that supportsafety, and the reasons other governments are protecting their citizens fromproducts we glibly apply to our bodies and our children’s bodies daily.Until the standards in the US change, it is wise to do some research ourselves.Any of the above ratings at minimum indicates the substance has beensuspected of causing cancer, and any rating that does not completely clear awaythe doubt means it is too risky to continue exposing your body to potential harmin exchange for the dubious benefit of smoother, more beautiful skin; shiny,manageable hair; or really great-looking nails.Why Are Known Carcinogens in Bathroom Products?Does skin absorb enough known carcinogens to really matter? Actually, skinis your largest organ, and it does absorb a lot. Absorbency is not really theproblem. Permeability is. Your skin is permeable, meaning it not only absorbssubstances it contacts, it also allows them through the skin and into othertissues, such as the subcutaneous fatty layer. Because many known carcinogensare fat-soluble, this presents a huge problem.9

TRANSDERMAL DRUGS SHOW THE POWER OF DIRECT CONTACTPeople are increasingly aware that skin is more like living fabric than living plasticwrap. Doctors prescribe transdermal patches to distribute some medicationswithout stomach upset or to ensure a continuous dose over time, as the patient’sskin will slowly absorb the medicine through all its layers and into the tissuebeneath. Unfortunately, beneficial medications are not the only substances thatcan travel through the skin into the body. Harmful ingredients in anything wetouch may travel in just as readily.FUMES & INHALATIONSkin is VERY absorbent and permeable, but it is not the only inroad for knowncarcinogens in your body care products. Many contain fragrances and solventsto help the fragrances become airborne, so you inhale them more readily. Lungirritation is a real risk when considering body care ingredients. The lovely scentyou inhale may enter through your lungs, but cause inflammation throughoutyour body.YOUR CONTACT PASSED TO CHILDRENIf you are a mother, remember, what touches you touches your baby. Pesticides,phthalates, and UV filters or other known carcinogens from sunscreens werefound in high concentrations in human breast milk from the mothers’ use ofcosmetics—many in concentrations above the “safe” limit for adults! This is justwhat was found in the mothers’ milk, without the more direct connection theumbilical cord would provide during pregnancy.TRY THE GARLIC TEST. DON’T JUST READ ABOUT IT AND TAKE MYWORD FOR IT.For a very quick, simple object lesson on the ability of the skin to open thedoorway into your entire body, take off your shoes and socks, and rub the sole ofyour foot with a piece of garlic for a few minutes. Set a timer if you are curious.How long does it take you to taste garlic in your mouth? The average time for thistest is 3 – 5 minutes. Garlic doesn’t have any penetration-enhancing ingredientsto force it deeper into tissue like many cosmetics, so most of them enter yourtissue even faster.10

How Much is Too Much in the Human Body?These ingredients are not in parts per million (ppm) or parts per billion (ppb) likepollutants in drinking water (See our favorite water filter for solving THAT problem!)or preservatives in food—they are often the main ingredients. Even in productsthat only use known carcinogens as a preservative or emulsifying agent, theingredients are present in much higher concentrations than we usually think. Forexample, the lead in drinking water or the tocopherols in cracker packages arein extremely minute quantities compared to the sodium lauryl sulfate in bodywash.They are applied to our largest organ and one of our most porous organs—our skin, and many are applied directly to our hands, face, and lips—ingestionand absorption of cosmetics is a fact. (Hint – this is why topical application ofessential oils is so beneficial!)Is it ever safe to apply a chemical believed to be capable of causing cancer toyour skin, and hope it does not penetrate in sufficient quantities to harm you?When dealing with known carcinogens it seems common sense to err on theside of caution but that’s not how large corporations think. Most substances arecumulative if they have been adulterated.Our bodies are designed to ingest, absorb, utilize, and excrete many beneficialfoods, drinks, and even body care aids without any detrimental effects. Thetrouble comes when we alter natural substances too much—we want to preserveingredients beyond their pre-programmed time for decay, we want to makecolors brighter and scents more powerful, we want soaps to foam like a scienceexperiment, we want anti-aging creams to penetrate through our skin and workmiracles, we want shampoos to strip every trace of natural moisture from ourhair, and we want conditioners to replace the stripped oils with synthetic ones.All of these unnatural wishes yield unnatural consequences, and unnaturalconsequences tend to be cumulative—that is, they add up in our systems overtime. It is difficult for our bodies to excrete the carcinogenic ingredients, and itis difficult to heal the damage they cause—it all keeps adding up. Allowing yourbody time to detoxify itself, or using essential oils to boost the detox process, canbe helpful. But minimizing your exposure and choosing healthier options is vital.Many known carcinogens are fat soluble, so the protective hypodermis—thesubcutaneous fat layer—fails to protect us. Our skin’s innermost layer is a layerof fat that protects us from thermal shock and other harm. Unfortunately, inthe case of fat-soluble carcinogens this protection backfires. If the ingredients11

penetrate through the upper skin layers—usually with the addition ofpenetration enhancers which are frequently fat-soluble—it is readily absorbedinto our own tissue where it does much unintended harm.How much cancer do you want? How will you decide how much is too muchwhen considering exposure to known carcinogens? Is even a very small amountof mercury acceptable in your child’s dental filling? How much formaldehyde doyou want to absorb? What is a tolerable amount of coal tar in your daughter’s lipbalm? Or how much cancer risk would you like to invite into your life?Is the US the least-protected first world nation? The European Union (with Japanand Canada not far behind) has banned over 1,300 cosmetic ingredients due tosafety concerns while the US has banned 11, not a typo; eleven ingredients arebanned for use in cosmetics in the US.12 Known Carcinogens in Your Bathroom1. FORMALDEHYDE – A WELL-KNOWN CARCINOGENFormaldehyde (and formaldehyde releasers such as: bronopol, DMDMhydantoin, diazolidinyl urea, imidazolidinyl urea, and quaternium-15) is classifiedas a known human carcinogen by both the IARC and the NTP. This is the productused to preserve bodies for scientific research—how can it possibly belongin your cosmetics? It is frequently included as a preservative in nail polish,shampoo, hair conditioner, baby wash, body wash, facial cleansers, and eyeshadow.2. PHTHALATES – DANGER IN NEARLY EVERYTHINGPhthalates especially diethyl phthalate—feminizes American male newborns.The emasculating effects of phthalates in otherwise healthy male infants,including an irreversible decrease in genital growth and development, reducedmale hormone levels, and impaired adult sexual function, directly correlates tothe mother’s level of phthalates during pregnancy—a more severe effect thanexposure during adulthood. To make matters worse, maternal phthalate levelsduring pregnancy also correlate with reduced IQ in children at 7 years of age,even when levels are within safe limits.Sources of phthalates include anything packaged in flexible plastic containers,perfume, deodorant, hair spray, shampoo, soap, and lotion, as well as nailpolish and nail care products. Phthalates are also included in most fragrance12

blends since the public is increasingly aware of the harm they cause, and sincecosmetic manufacturers are not required to list the individual ingredients in theirfragrance blends.In addition, many infant care products, such as baby wash, baby shampoo, babylotion, diaper cream, and scented baby powder (with or without talc) increase theurinary level of phthalates in infants. Phthalates are endocrine disruptors thatraise the risk of breast cancer in women, induce early puberty in girls, and causereproductive birth defects in newborn boys and girls.3. PARABENS – KNOWN CARCINOGEN FOR BREAST CANCERParabens are a known carcinogen that have been found intact in human breastcancer tumors. Even prior to the discovery of parabens’ link to breast cancer, itwas widely known that parabens in cosmetics readily penetrate skin. Parabensused in cosmetics have been shown to exhibit estrogenic effects (i.e. feedingestrogen-dependent tumors and binding to estrogen receptor sites, thusincreasing circulating estrogen levels) in breast cancer cultures.Parabens are alleged to increase the incidence of female breast cancer, tointerfere with male reproductive function, and to stimulate development ofmalignant melanoma. Estrogenic stimulation itself has also recently been shownto encourage the growth of malignant melanoma, so parabens may feed thiscancer in multiple ways, as they demonstrate both estrogenic and androgenicdisruption, and are genotoxic, meaning they damage genes in such a way thatcancer-causing mutations form.Parabens lower sperm count and are associated with male infertility. Parabensdemonstrate similar hormone disrupting and carcinogenic activity in theenvironment as they do in human health. Parabens alter maternal (and thusinfant) hormone levels during pregnancy. Parabens are used as syntheticpreservatives in cosmetics such as makeup, facial cleanser, body wash,deodorant, and shampoo.4. SYNTHETIC COLOR (FD&C OR D&C COLORING AGENTS)Even the earliest versions of these artificial colors were based on coal tar, andsome more recent ones are petroleum derivatives. All lakes (FD&C Blue Lake 1,for example) are processed with 2 forms of aluminum. By law, any coloring agentof any nature with any ingredients (except the 11 cosmetic ingredients alreadybanned in the US) may bypass the regulatory process if the manufacturer claimsit is added for a purpose other than coloring.13

Toxic dyes that are banned for food use are exempt from regulation if used ashair dye despite the fact that the scalp is both more sensitive and more porousthan skin in general. FDA approved dyes have been proven to cause acuteillness in children since 1950. Due to the adverse effects of coloring agents listedas safe, a law prohibited permanently listing any color as safe; however, thatpractice has been gradually phased out, and now almost all colors including lakesare permanently listed as safe meaning a huge legal uproar would be needed toremove a listed coloring.Each batch of approved color is tested for properties such as moisture contentand color density, but not for safety, except for approving some level of lead,arsenic, and mercury—which along with other carcinogenic coloring agentsare allowed. Finally, the IARC lists several colors as suspected or probablecarcinogens, and ALL dyes metabolized to benzidine are listed as Class 1carcinogens—substances proven to cause cancer in humans.5. SYNTHETIC FRAGRANCE – KNOWN CARCINOGENS THAT TICKLEYOUR NOSESynthetic fragrances are among the trickiest labeling problems to address. Dueto a legal loophole intended to allow manufacturers to protect their proprietaryblends, secret formulas, or trade secrets, the ingredients in a fragrance blend areprotected from the normal ingredient declaration requirement under the FairPackaging and Labeling Act (FPLA). Fragrance blends and their secret ingredientsare strongly associated with allergic reactions and skin disorders.Some are listed as likely carcinogens. Fragrance blends can be found in everytype of cosmetic and body care product imaginable, and although fragrance-freeoptions are increasingly available, almost all body care products contain artificialfragrance. The phrase “fragrance” on the label could be any one of over 2,000chemicals and you’d never know it!6. PESTICIDES – KNOWN CARCINOGENS FOR KILLINGPesticides are commonly used in grass and weed killers. But did you know theymay be lurking in your favorite cosmetic and body care products?Due to gross misuse of a conditional registration provision, many pesticides areincluded in household products without completing the EPA’s required testingprocess. In 2008, a watchdog group (the Natural Resources Defense Council)called conditional registration into question. Here are some sobering facts: since1972, approximately 90,000 pesticides have been registered, and over 25,000 of14

them were granted conditional registration—more than 1 in 4 pesticides reachedmarket in nearly innumerable products without oversight of their safety testing,if in fact, any testing was conducted at all!In 2010, of the 16,000 pesticides currently registered and in use, 11,000were registered conditionally. That is over 2/3 of the pesticides in use withno accountability at all. Studies confirm the endocrine damage of pesticideexposure, even at doses too low to produce acute symptoms. California EPA’sProposition 65 lists several pesticides as known carcinogens.Pesticides are often present as contaminants in any product containing rice(extracts, bran, starch, etc.), cottonseed oil or meal, corn and soy products of anykind, and even oatmeal products. See toxic free alternatives for weed killers andpest control that we use to avoid these chemicals.7. TRICLOSAN (AND TRICLOCARBAN)In addition to causing skin inflammation and contact dermatitis, triclosan alsoa known endocrine disruptor, targeting thyroid hormone and reproductivehormones. Studies suggest it can contribute to reproductive cancers, largelythrough its estrogenic activity. Antibacterial agents, including triclosan, contributeto resistance—that is, when we kill off 99.9% of the bad guys, the strongest, mostresistant 0.1% live on and reproduce, resulting in offspring with super-resistanceto our antibacterial chemicals. All this effort, it seems is for nothing, as no studyhas demonstrated any benefit to using antibacterial washes, soaps, and handgels over ordinary soap and water.In fact, the WHO recommends hand-washing with plain soap and water as thebest preventive measure against communicable diseases and pathogens. TheFDA has decided to ban triclosan in hand soap; however, some still containit, and many other products do as well, so be sure your toothpaste, soap,deodorant, and even gym wear does not contain triclosan or its relatives.8. TOLUENE (TOLUOL, PHENYLMETHANE, METHYLBENZENE) –SERIOUSLY POWERFUL TOXINTouene is one of the components in nail products that make your eyes burn, butthat minor irritation is the least of your worries. Toluene is a known carcinogen,and a heightened risk of cancer is too high a price to pay for pretty nails. It alsotargets the central nervous system (to the point of brain damage), can changebehavior and impair basic dexterity and memory, and cost you your ability to seecolor even at “safe” doses!15

A pregnant mother who simply breathes the fumes may cause reproductiveharm to her baby. Toluene is derived from petroleum and coal tar and is usedto manufacture benzene (another known carcinogen), and in nail polish, nailtreatments, hair coloring, and hair bleaching products.9. PROPYLENE GLYCOL – HELPS TOXINS PENETRATEPropylene glycol is a penetration enhancer, carrying other potentially harmfulingredients deeper into skin and tissue layers than they would normallypenetrate. Propylene glycol has been shown to cause liver cancer, even if itis only inhaled. It is associated with an increased risk of seizures in low birthweight infants. It causes central nervous system depression and acute acidosis.Propylene glycol has been shown to cause apoptosis, a cell-suicide mechanism,in the central nervous system.Propylene glycol toxicity is not uncommon in body care products and carriesa host of severe health consequences. In addition to direct risks of propyleneglycol, it is a sensitizer, meaning it makes the skin and surrounding tissue morelikely to react badly to other substances. Be sure to avoid propylene glycol insunscreen, moisturizers, lotions, makeup, and hair products.10. ALKYLPHENOLS – KNOWN CARCINOGEN AND HORMONEDISRUPTORThese chemicals are often used in surfactants and in plastic manufacture arexenoestrogens that contribute to greater risk of breast cancer. Other studiesfocus on synthetic alkylphenols as endocrine disruptors due to their hyperestrogenic activity. Indeed, endocrine disruptors are shown to be carcinogenicand are implicated in many types of cancer.Remember the BPA scare that resulted in the mass replacement of all thingsplastic due to its endocrine disrupting, estrogenic, cancer- feeding activity?BPA is just one of the alkylphenols, namely bisphenol A (BPA) which has nowbeen replaced with bisphenol S (BPS) which is just as estrogenic as BPA. Don’tsettle for BPA-free plastics—read labels to ensure any plastic you buy is entirelyalkylphenol-free.16

11. SODIUM LAUREL SULFATE (SLS) / SODIUM LAURETH SULFATE(SLES)SLS and SLES chemicals comprise up to 50% of the volume of approximately 9out of 10 cleaning and personal care products, so its effects are widespread. Itis added as a surfactant that greatly multiplies the foaming action of cleansers,body wash, shampoo, baby products, and hand washes. Sodium lauryl/ laurethsulfate damages skin, eyes, and lungs, and other internal organs.SLS / SLES is also an environmental toxin, and SLS so reliably causesinflammation that researchers frequently use it to induce acute skin and eyeirritation, allowing them to then test the healing efficacy of other substances.Although SLS and SLES have so far evaded a listing as a known carcinogen bygroups such as IARC and the NTP, it’s material safety data sheets openly admitit is mutagenic, meaning it damages DNA such that it can lead to cancer—notexactly the same as carcinogenic (which means it directly causes cancer, butclose in that it can indirectly lead to cancer because the cellular damage is sosevere.)The same safety data sheet also indicates a respirator should be worn whenhandling SLS, it is corrosive to skin, and skin contact should be avoided. There iscontroversy over the possibility that SLS can form nitrosamines when combinedwith formaldehyde or 1,4-dioxane to make SLES since nitrosamines are listed asknown carcinogens.12. SUNSCREEN CHEMICALS – SOME OF THE WORST KNOWNCARCINOGENSSunscreen chemicals have a variety of label names from similar chemical families– you might see benzenes, benzophenone, PABA, avobenzone, homosalate,methoxycinnamate, oxybenzone, octisalate, octocrylene, and octinoxate.What we are seeing is that despite nearly universal use of sunscreens and thepresence of sunscreen active ingredients everywhere (including in human urine)malignant melanoma continues to increase. Since this is the very condition thatsunscreens are purported to prevent studies have now been done investigatingthe role of sunscreen active ingredients in this apparent paradox.Findings show now that these toxic ingredients do actually increase reproductiveand developmental toxicity and disturbance of the hypothalamic-pituitarythyroid axis. Numerous researchers have investigated the use of sunscreen andits correlation with incidence of skin cancer; their findings indicate that some17

types of sunscreens can increase the risk of cancer. There’s a reason we makeour own sunscreen for our family!The WORST Body Care Products in Your BathroomThese products contain high levels of dangerous ingredients, contain some ofthe most harmful carcinogens, or numerous known carcinogens, and offer littlebenefit in return. Nail polish and other nail products are far worse for your health—andyour daughter’s—than you may believe. They combine nearly everyknown carcinogen listed above in one bottle—at minimum toluene,formaldehyde, synthetic color, and many more. Even the 3-free brands (or5-free, 7-free, etc.) contain numerous seriously harmful ingredients, manyof which have long been known to cause cancer. Now, more than ever, itis important to send a message our young women that they do not needto paint themselves to be beautiful, especially when so much permanentendocrine damage is likely. Sunscreen and sunblock—with estrogenic ingredients, preservativeslike formaldehyde, BPA or BPS in the bottle, and synthetic color andfragrance

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