Anyone Handing Out Receipts And Using Alcohol Hand Sanitizer Could Become Deathly Ill
The Over 60 Studies have linked BPA to a wide range of diseases. BPA can be found in items like thermo-paper used in receipts
By: Richard Rich
A new study shows that using an Alcohol Hand Sanitizer before handling out receipts increases BPA absorption by as much as 185 times and leads to BPA levels associated with obesity, diabetes, infertility, cancer, and cardiovascular disease.
Bisphenol-A (BPA) is a chemical that is in Thermal paper used by Grocery Stores, Gas stations, Pharmacies, Bank Tellers, Fast Food, ATM Machines and anyone handing out a receipt.
Over 60 studies have linked BPA to a wide range of diseases, including:
- PCOS, infertility, premature delivery, miscarriage, and other reproductive effects in women
- Reduced libido and sperm quality, and altered sex hormone concentrations in men
- Obesity and diabetes
- Cardiovascular disease
- Impaired liver and kidney function
- Neurobehavioral deficits such as aggressiveness, hyperactivity, and impaired learning
New study shows holding receipts for as little as 2 seconds after using an alcohol hand sanitizer dramatically increases BPA exposure. Virtually all thermal receipts contain either BPA or BPS.
Absorption of BPA from the skin happens rapidly due to the dermal penetration enhancers in the hand sanitizer In fact, the data showed that there was 185-times more BPA transferred to a wet hand after using hand sanitizer than to a dry hand. When BPA comes in contact with your skin, it travels into the bloodstream where it stays—for much longer. Repeated high exposure can lead to a range of conditions from liver abnormalities to heart attacks.
Alcohol is a Solvent that makes handling thermal receipts Dangerous to Human Beings Our FDA Registered Alcohol-free Hand Sanitizers will not affect thermal printed receipts being given out while still killing harmful germs.