These moisturizers have no endocrine disruptor chemicals like phthalates or PFAS. There should be nothing but natural ingredients in a moisturizer without endocrine disruptors. Of course, the best moisturizer is the one that you enjoy and get the best results from. You should like the smell and the feel of it, and it should work well for you.
|Vanman's Tallow and Honey Balm (2 oz) - Grass Fed Beef Tallow & Honey Balm w/ Vitamins A, K, D, E, & Essential Oils||No||No||Tallow, Honey, Beeswax, Olive Oil, Essential Oils|
|Beef Tallow for Skin by Vintage Tradition, 2 fl. oz.||No||No||Tallow, Olive Oil|
|Organic Tallow Balm - 2oz Jar - Lavender Chamomile - All-in-one Skin Balm||No||No||Tallow, Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Vitamin E, Vitamin E Oil, Essential oils|
|Eu'Genia Everyday Shea Butter (Fragrance-Free, 2oz), 100% Pure Unrefined Ghanaian Shea, Premium Face & Body Moisturizer||No||No||Shea Butter, Shea Oil, Moringa Oil, Baobab Oil|
Tallow, honey, and shea butter
We like moisturizers that are all natural. We don’t think there should be any ingredients that sound like a chemistry experiment, even if they are mostly safe. To really protect the hormones, we think it’s best to stay 100% natural. That’s why our top picks contain nothing but beef tallow, honey, shea butter, or essential oils. These are all natural products quite close to their natural state.
Xenoestrogens on my skin? No thank you!
The synthetic, commercial products you might see at the store contain a variety of weird chemicals. Many of the chemicals are endocrine disruptors, specifically they are artificially estrogenic, which is why some of them are also known as xenoestrogens.
Phthalates are common in most moisturizers since they have an ability to moisturize the skin. But it is not worth it! Phthalates are xenoestrogens, meaning that they will increase risk of breast cancer and hormonal mood swings. Our recommendations are free of phthalates.
Should you really put tallow on skin?
Yes! Reviewers report great results when they use the tallow and honey balm. They say it feels great, with no icky mess at all. And they report seriously good results from the balm. Skin clears up, and dry skin goes away and stays away.
Tallow and honey both nourish the skin. They contain powerful natural compounds that your skin craves.
Tallow and honey together make the best moisturizer without endocrine disruptors
We like the tallow and honey balm best of all. There is absolutely nothing unnaturally hormone-damaging in it. It has no weird chemicals that might cause mysterious bad health effects. Tallow and honey are both near-superfoods full of healing and rejuvenating parts. Honey has been known for centuries to facilitate healing.
Shea butter is a good moisturizer too!
Shea butter is another good moisturizer without xenoestrogens. If you are looking for a vegan option, you should go with this one, since it comes from a tree.
Ingredients of each product in full detail
Vanman’s tallow honey balm
- 100% Grass-fed & finished Beef Tallow
- Organic raw Honey
- Organic Beeswax
- Cold pressed organic Olive Oil
- Essential Oils: Rose, Sandalwood, Copaiba Balsam, Frankincense Serrata, Frankincense Carteri, Rosalina, Neroli, Palmarosa
Beef Tallow for Skin by Vintage Tradition
- Grass-fed Beef Tallow
- Cold-pressed Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Noelle’s Naturals Tallow Balm
- Organic grass-fed Beef Tallow
- Organic raw Shea Butter
- Organic Olive Oil
- Non-GMO Tocopherol (Vitamin E)
- Vitamin E Oil
- Essential Oils: Lavender, Chamomile
Eu’Genia Everyday Shea Butter
- Shea Butter
- Shea Oil
- Moringa Oil
- Baobab Oil