Vapor emissions from personal care products comparable to rush hour pollution, shocking study concludes

Vapor emissions from personal care products comparable to rush hour pollution, shocking study concludes
(Natural News) According to a new CIRES and NOAA study, emissions of siloxane, which is a common ingredient often found in shampoos, lotions and deodorants, are comparable in magnitude to certain components of car exhaust, such as benzene, emitted into the atmosphere during rush-hour traffic in Boulder, Colorado. The study, which was published in the…
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