Inke Arns on Tue, 17 Nov 1998 19:16:25 +0100

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Date: Tue, 17 Nov 1998 12:51:13 +0100
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Organization: C.U.K.T./Technical Culture Central Office
Subject: [Fwd: Fwd:  cancer causing substance]

Peter Style
Technical Culture Central Office/C.U.K.T.
"There is No Body Project"
Gypsy Hill 1998.

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>>> >> Subject: Fw: Cancer Causing Substances In Shampoo
>Check the ingredients listed on your shampoo bottle, and see if they
>have this substance by the name of Sodium Laureth Sulfate, or simply
>SLS.  This substance is found in most shampoos, and the manufactures
>use it because it produces a lot of foam and it is cheap.  But the
>fact is that SLS is used to scrub garage floors, and it is very
>strong.  It is also proven that it can cause cancer in the long run,
>and this is no joke.  I went home and checked my shampoo (Vidal
>Sasoon), it doesn't contain it; however, others such as VO5,
>Palmolive, Paul Mitchell, the new Hemp shampoo, etc. contains this
>substance.  So I called one company, and I told them their product
>contains a substance that will cause people to have cancer.  They
>said "Yeah, we knew about it but there is nothing we can do about it
>because we need that substance to produce foam.  By the way Colgate
>toothpaste also contais the same substance to produce the "bubbles".
>They said they are going to send me some info.  Research has shown
>that in the 1980s, the chance of getting cancer is 1 out of 8000 and
>now, in the 1990s, the chances of getting cancer is 1 out of 3, which
>is very serious.  This is serious, after you
>have read this, pass it on to as many people as possible.
>This is not a chain letter, but it concerns our health.

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