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bob's avatar

No, I don’t know. Why, what is in it?

I am afraid of clicking on those links.

scamp's avatar

Hospitals sell foreskins from the circumcisions they preform to labs, which in turn sell them to the cosmetic industry for testing purposes, and use in the “special” ingredients in face creams, etc. Apparently, this is a big business that cosmetic companies wish we never found out about. I was doing a little research on a company that was trying to “recruit” my daughter into being a sale consultant, and I found the above info. If an ingredient is listed as TNS, or they say they use fibroblasts instead of animal testing, there is a very good chance they are referring to infant foreskins. One site said that they prefer no anesthetic be used before sales, which means… poor baby!! OWWW! Things that make one say hmmmmm…..

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