Introduction to Xenoestrogens

    Many of us don’t think twice about the make-up we wear, the lotions and creams we put on our body, or the shampoo and conditioner we use. But we must remember that our skin absorbs what we put on it, and these toxins go directly into our bloodstream. Many products we use on our body may be altering the way our body naturally functions because they contain endocrine disruptors called xeno-estrogens.
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    Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that alter the normal function of hormones. When xeno-estrogens enter the body, they increase the total amount of estrogen resulting in a phenomenon called estrogen dominance.  

    Xeno-estrogens are not biodegradable, so they are stored in our fat cells. Build-up of xeno-estrogens have been indicated in many conditions including: breast, ovarian, cervical, uterine, thyroid, prostate and testicular cancers. They have also been indicated in obesity, infertility, endometriosis, early onset puberty, miscarriages, allergies, uterine fibroids, diabetes, osteoporosis, accelerated aging, fat gain around hips and thighs, fibrocystic breasts, hair loss, irregular periods, polycystic ovaries, autoimmune disorders, memory loss, and many other health issues.

What is Going On in My Body?

Beyond Natural

It is nearly impossible to find products that do not contain xeno-estrogens. Even 'natural' and 'organic' products are usually riddled with hormone disruptors. 'Natural' means no synthetic chemicals; it does not mean no hormone disrupting xeno-estrogens. Our products contain no toxins, no carcinogens, no synthetic chemicals and no xeno-estrogens. We go beyond 'natural.'
We use natural oils healthy for the body to absorb. We have thoroughly researched to find the best combinations of the most effective and safe oils to use in our products. The base of all our products is a proprietary blend of shea butter, coconut oil, almond oil, jojoba oil and rice bran oil. The specific combinations of these oils in our formulas are designed for anti-aging and beauty enhancing benefits.

Research on Xenoestrogens

  1. Cheryl S. Watson, Yow-Jiun Jeng, Jutatip Guptarak. Endocrine disruption via estrogen receptors that participate in nongenomic signaling pathways. The Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Volume 127, Issues 1–2, October 2011, Pages 44-50, ISSN 0960-0760, 10.1016/j.jsbmb.2011.01.015. (
  2. Sam De Coster, Nicolas van Larebeke. Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals:  Associated Disorders and Mechanisms of Action. Journal of Environmental and Public Health,
  3. Published online 2012 September 6. Doi: 10.1155/2012/713696. Xenoestrogens and How to Minimize Your Exposure.