Natural Personal Care Items to Lower Xenoestrogens

By Ali Kuoppala | Last reviewed Tue 25 September 2018

Medical Review by Dr. Stefano Pizzo, MD

This might be a weird topic, but it’s a fact that you will likely increase your testosterone levels, while slashing estrogen, by changing your everyday personal care items (toothpaste, shampoos, soaps, deodorants, etc) to chemical-free and natural alternatives. This effect is largely due to lower exposure to endocrine disruptors.

That’s right, there can be an absolutely ridiculous amount of estrogen mimics and anti-androgenic endocrine system disrupting chemicals in your everyday convenience-store bought personal care items.

these include (but are not limited to);

Those and many more man-made chemicals that can act as hormone disruptors are generously used in the manufacturing process and as ingredients of many personal care items.

Not good thing considering that you’re constantly in touch with them on a daily basis, and your skin is very permeable to most of the chemicals applied. Since many of the endocrine disrupting chemicals are completely unnecessary for the consumer, it’s really easy to just change the brand and buy something that does not contain them.

Below are some brands & products that I recommend and use:

  • Duke Cannon Big American Brick of Soap.
  • Acure Organics Natural Shampoo.
  • Himalaya Herbal Healthcare Toothpaste.
  • North Coast Organic All Natural Deodorant.
  • Lather & Wood’s Luxurious Mens Moisturizer.
  • Pacific Shaving Company All Natural Shaving Cream.

That’s it, there’s no need to stretch this article any longer when it’s as simple as…

1. Get rid of the endocrine disruptor laden products

2.Replace them with natural T-safe alternatives

3. Enjoy less xenoestrogen & antiandrogen exposure, enjoy higher T-levels on a daily basis.

Ali Kuoppala

Ali Kuoppala is the founder of Anabolic Men. He has authored and co-authored multiple men's health books and focuses on uncovering the methods of optimizing hormonal health. To date, his articles on various websites have been read more than 15-million times. To read more about Ali, visit his Medium article.