What do idyllic beaches and facial scrubs have in common? | 1 Million Women

You are probably washing your face or brushing your teeth with plastic microbeads. And it’s poisoning the ocean. So how can we identify microplastics, and why is it so important to #banthebead?

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3 thoughts on “What do idyllic beaches and facial scrubs have in common? | 1 Million Women

    1. modestly Post author

      I would have to investigate that Jeff, but I saw a documentary recently which suggested these are still a problem. I think the more aware we are about what to avoid , the better! Thanks for reply

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  1. dayzeelovedesigns

    That is really interesting. We’ve been trying to get clued up on all these issues. We recently switched to organic products such as tampons, sanitary towels, toothpaste and mouthwash. Most are more expensive but I feel I am more relaxed without all those chemicals. Going to read up on microbeads too. Thanks for sharing.

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