Guidance

Mercury A Harmful Thing That Can Be Find In Your Beauty Product

About mercury and its side effects:

Federal health commission is warning out people who are using mercury based beauty products. Even small quantity of presence of mercury can be dangerous for you and your family even though who don’t mercury products.

Mercury when kept for long time release an enzyme or gas in air which can be dangerous for everyone.  Now days may creams is being introduced in market with promise to lighten and brighten skin tones in some days.

These creams have huge amount of mercury in them which may first clear your skin tone but with regular usage, can create many harful effects which can never be removes again. Researcher said that these cremas contain toxic metal mercury which not only harms out user but also people living around them.

Some researcher find out that it can create out serious kidney problems, irritability, depression, difficulty concentrating, insomnia, numbness and tingling in the extremities, and tremors.

1)    While suing mercury based skin producs, you can get tiny but painful bumps all over your face which will surely leave mark and burning effect on your skin for life time and can be cured easily.
2)    You can get pimples and freckles in more quantity on main areas of your face thus make you look unattractive. This will result in losing confidence level.
3)    When skin is exposed to mercury over and over again, it removes out upper layers of skin and rest of skin will start showing out veins on your face.

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