Stop Lush from using sulfates!
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I thought Lush was "all natural", until I saw they use Sodium Laureth Sulfate in some of their products such as Shower Jellys, Bubble Bars, Bath Bombs, Bath Melts, Shower Jell (body wash) and more! In their catalogue they describe Sodium Laureth Sulfate as a safe synthetic, while it can be quite dangerous! Sodium laureth sulfate may be contaminated with measurable amounts of ethylene oxide and 1,4-dioxane that can harm the nervous system and is linked to cancer! I love nothing more then relaxing in the bath with a bath bomb and a shower jelly, so I would like to ask Lush to use substitutes for Sodium Laureth sulfate. A substitute is Sodium cocosulfate (which is made from coconut oil). Please Lush ,consider some substitutes so we can all be more natural and safe while still loving your products!
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