Miracle 2 Product Review: Is It A Scam

Miracle II Products have been around for 26 years and are non-toxic. They are used for cleaning and personal care. Are the claims too outrageous?
By: Dee Cohen
March 15, 2009 - PRLog -- When you read on the web about Miracle II products, the claims can seem wild. For instance, the Miracle II soap is said to be both be good for taking baths as well as cleaning your oven. I wondered when I read this how something can be gentle on your skin, yet strong enough to remove caked on dirt. Can it be good for cleaning your floor as well as your body? Also I read that some people use it in their washing machine to save money on detergent.

The same questions came to my mind about the miracle II gel. Some testimonials claimed it gave them great dental checkups when used on their teeth. Others said that was useful to stop mosquito bites from itching.

In my own experience, I've found that the miracle II soap would remove some clothes stains I had but it didn't fix old carpet stains that were very deep. I found that the baths were very rejuvenating and that it does work to wash clothing in the washing machine. The founder, Clayton Tedeton,who recently passed away, explained that the different degrees of dilution is what makes it capable for various applications. He said you would never want to use the product full strength on your face (though some do use it that way as a facial peel).

The product is based on raising the body's ph. Normally we are very acidic. By using the miracle II soap for bathing, we help the pores release toxins and this raises the body's ph. He recommended scrubbing with a wash cloth to facilitate this process. I did find that after the bath, as he claimed, putting the bath water down my drains helped them move faster. It works as a de-greaser as well.

Recently, research was published by Dr. Adrienne Olsen, a breast cancer survivor, who submitted 16 popular mositurizers to a lab for analysis. It turns out 6 of them have estrogen-like ingredients. Cohen advises to research your products as for moisturizers, not all ingredients need to be listed.

I am not sure if it would work for removing crazy glue, as a wax stripper or for cleaning garage oil stains, but for most household uses, it does the job and it's nice to not use chemicals but utilize an eco friendly product and save some money. You can read more at http://www.earthy-products.com and get a free ebook of veggie recipes and pet recipes for visiting.

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