Tuesday, March 25, 2014


Recent Washington Post report highlights the potential dangers from a new form of a powerful stimulant which is hitting the markets for sale by the vial, the gallon and even the barrel. The report refers to nicotine in its potent liquid form extracted from tobacco to feed the growing electronic cigarette industry.  These liquids are said to be powerful neurotoxins which by ingesting or absorbing through skin pose serious health risks.

Herbally Radiant has been advising its customers to reduce smoking nicotine in order to benefit from the natural organic ingredients in its cosmetic products. Tests have shown that smoking tobacco tends to ruin the texture and brightness of skin. It causes rapid aging of skin cells which starts showing on face. As a matter of fact, all beauty experts advise against stimulants whether in food or drinks which could disturb the natural circulation of blood to keep skin cells in healthy shape.

The Washington Post report points to the fact that the new e-cigarette liquids are far more dangerous than tobacco because the liquid is absorbed more quickly even in diluted concentrations.  US companies would welcome some kind of rules and regulations to check on this product. However, they point out that manufacturers outside US - China being the major center of production - were not always delivering the concentrations and purity of nicotine they promise, and retailers in US might not have a clue what they contain.


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