A Product That Woman Use Everyday Can Increase Breast Cancer Risk And They Don't Know Anything About It

Every razor on the market today, especially women’s disposable razors, includes a “moisturizing strip.” Moisturizing is necessary for shaving, but it’s worth looking into these strips and examining what they contain and how they affect your body.
A moisture strip on a razor might give you a smoother shave, but it could also be putting your health at risk. The ingredients in moisturizing strips vary with different types of razors, but most have several dangerous ingredients in common.

What is in Your Razor Moisture Strip?

Different lubricating razors have different ingredients. You should always look closely at ingredient labels and research items you’re unfamiliar with.

1. Polyethylene Oxide (also known as Polyethylene Glycol or PEG)

Manufacturers maintain that this is non-toxic, but official warnings say it is not to be used in cosmetics. Regardless, polyethylene glycol is commonly used in cosmetics, despite often being contaminated with ethylene oxide and 1,4-dioxane. This is one of the ingredients to avoid in skincare and should not be used in hair removal, either. 

2. Soy

Many moisturizing strips contain products with soy in them. If you are allergic or sensitive to soy, you may experience skin irritation and itchiness promptly after shaving with a lubricated razor.

3. Aluminum Salts

Most of us avoid deodorants with aluminum, as it is known to clog your lymph nodes and mainly affect the risk of breast cancer in women. But did you know your razor’s lubricating strip might have aluminum salts in it?
Not all lubricating strips contain the same ingredients. Check your labels, and if the ingredients aren’t listed, take your search online. You can often find ingredients in a patent for a product, or by contacting the company directly.

DIY Shaving Cream
Keeping your skin moisturized while shaving can help ensure a smooth shave and minimum irritation. Instead of using a razor with a moisturizing strip, consider a safer and more natural option instead – a DIY shaving cream!


  • 1/4 cup of olive, almond or coconut oil
  • 2-3 TBSP of Shea or Cocoa Butter
  • 1/4 cup of Aloe Gel or Honey
  • 1 TBSP Kaolin clay or white cosmetic clay (optional)
  • 2 tsp of baking soda
  • 1/4 cup of Liquid Castille Soap
  • Vitamin E or GSE to preserve


  1. Melt the oil and shea/cocoa butter
  2. Remove from heat and add the other ingredients
  3. Whisk of blend well for several minutes
  4. Transfer to jar or container to store
  5. Check while the mixture is cooling to make sure it doesn’t start to separate. If it doesn, shake it or mix it.
  6. Keep the mixture in a jar for up to two months and use!

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