Toxic Chemicals Found On All Breast Implants

Regardless if you have silicone or saline breast implants, it’s actually the shell that is full of toxic chemicals – not just what’s inside.

I often hear, “but I have saline implants“.

Unfortunately, saline have their own issues and risks.

I’ve seen a dozen saline breast implants online that are infiltrated with mold (Google “moldy breast implants”). Not only do those with saline breast implants have to worry about potential mold, they also have to also be concerned with what the shell is made of.

“Implants are safe”.

Not so much.

Here’s A List Of All The Known Toxic Chemicals Found On The Shell of All Breast Implants:

*don’t ask me what any of these things are lol

  • 2-Hexanone
  • Acetone (neurotoxin)
  • Amine
  • Benzene (carcinogen and neurotoxin)
  • Chloromethane
  • Color Pigments as release agents
  • Cyclohexanone (neurotoxin)
  • Denatured Alcohol
  • Dichloromethane (carcinogen)
  • Ethyl Acetate (neurotoxin)
  • Ethylene Oxide (carcinogen)
  • Epoxy Hardener 10 and 11
  • Epoxy Resin
  • Formaldehyde (oh em gee)
  • Heavy Metals (aluminum and platinum) aka brain destroyers
  • Hexon
  • Isopropyl Alcohol
  • Lacquer Thinner (what!?)
  • Lead Based Solder
  • Metal Cleaning Acid (huh?)
  • Methyl 2-cyanoacrylate
  • Methyl ethyl ketone (neurotoxin)
  • Naptha (rubber solvent)
  • Oakite (cleaning solvent)
  • Phenol (neurotoxin)
  • Printing Ink (why?)
  • Polyvinyl Chloride (neurotoxin)
  • Silica
  • Silicone
  • Sodium Flouride
  • Stearic Acid
  • Talcum Powder (Um?)
  • Thixon-OSN-2
  • Toluene (neurotoxin and carcinogen)
  • Urethane
  • Xylene (neurotoxin)
  • Zinc Oxide (sunscreen ingredient?)


Well the only thing that did typing this list out was perfecting my spelling of the words “neurotoxin” and “carcinogen”.

I’m not a chemist, but I am pretty smart. I really don’t think ANY of these should be inside of our body. 🤔

From what I understand these chemicals are what make up the OUTER SHELL OF ALL breast implants – saline and silicone. If I find out otherwise I’ll come back and edit this.


Pretty crazy that “they” would tell us something with this many chemicals is safe to implant inside of our body?

I wouldn’t even drink, wash my hair with, breath in or rub any one of these chemicals on my skin… let alone put all of them inside my body for YEARS.


You be the judge. ♥️

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Pre-Explant Preparation and Post-Explant Detox

I receive a lot of questions each week in regards to the best ways to detox pre and post explant.


Detoxing is a must, but in my opinion should be held off until post-explant. Explanting alone will be a huge detox in and of itself – am I right? I’ve found that being patient and detoxing in phases is the best way to ensure that you don’t bombard your body with too much at once.


PRE-EXPLANT should be mainly focused on building up your immune system and preparing your body (mentally, emotionally and physically) for surgery.


You can do this simply by:


  • eating healthy, reducing inflammatory foods like dairy, wheat and sugar
  • increasing collagen production with bone broth and collagen supplements
  • reduce caffeine intake to under 200mg daily. This will help your adrenals after surgery.
  • taking 5,000-10,000mg of Vitamin C
  • taking a probiotic (heals the gut, immune health – especially if you’ve been on antibiotics)
  • reducing emotional and mental stress as much as possible through meditation, sound therapy, EFT and visualization
  • exercising lightly
  • sweating
  • grounding/earthing
  • sit in a red infrared sauna for 10 minutes
  • dry brush as soon as you wake up and again before you shower
  • rebound on a trampoline for 5 minutes twice daily
  • incorporate essential oils like lemon (healing/detox), frankincense (pretty much everything), lavender (relaxation) and peppermint (energy)


4-6 WEEKS POST-EXPLANT is a time to start introducing detoxification, cleansing and healing foods and supplements such as:


Spirulina & Chlorella have been shown to help detox heavy metals
Milk Thistle is great for the liver
Amala is an antioxidant and anti-inflammatory and prevents the toxic effects of heavy metals and pharmaceutical drugs
Glutathione is the mother of all antioxidants
Triphala helps aid in detoxification and improves gut health
Burdock Root cleanses the blood and lymphatic system
Activated Charcoal is very important because it attracts the toxins, binds to them and pulls them out of the body


Robert Morse is someone a vast majority of women in the BII community swear by, trust and follow post-explant. I highly recommend going to YouTube and listening to his lectures and consider his protocol.
– Turmeric is great for inflammation
– Parsley & Cilantro (fresh or in essential oil form) helps to pull heavy metals out of the body
– Organic green apple & carrot juice mixed together (cancer patients following Gerson Therapy drink this blend. It’s supposedly amazing for pulling heavy metals out)
– Celery juice, by itself, not mixed with any other fruits and vegetables
– Lemons are high in vitamin C, good for the immune system and alkalizes the body
– Pineapple contains bromine which helps with healing (raw and juice)
– Bone broth (soup or powder form)
– Dandelion Tea  helps cleans the kidneys
– Lots & lots of water


*continue with the following Post-Explant for at least a year:


– eat healthy by reducing inflammatory foods like dairy, wheat and sugar
– reduce your caffeine intake to under 200mg daily. This will help your adrenals after surgery.
– take 5,000-10,000mg of Vitamin C, probiotics, greens powder daily
– reduce emotional and mental stress as much as possible through meditation, sound therapy, EFT and visualization
– exercise lightly
– ground/earthing
– dry brush as soon as you wake up and again before you shower
– incorporate essential oils like lemon (healing/detox), frankincense (pretty much helps with everything), lavender (relaxation) and peppermint (energy)


*IMPORTANT: discontinue sweating, the infrared sauna and rebounding for 8 weeks or until you get cleared from your doctor or surgeon


It’s encouraged that you to do your own research on every supplement or technique mentioned above in this article to see if they interfere with any medications you’re on or current health issues you are experiencing. Take your time to learn about their health benefits, possible side effects, drug interferences and recommended dosages before starting anything new. The supplement brands that are highlighted above are the exact brands that I use. I make a very small percentage when you make a purchase through the link. I would never recommend anything that I myself have never done extensive research on and never used. Everything recommended above is exactly what I take, recommend, love, trust and have seen and felt results with.


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Health Benefits of Bentonite Clay and How to Use it

Did you know that high up on ancient mountain peaks, there exists a magical clay-like substance that can restore your youth, leave you feeling refreshed and new, all while extracting the cancer-inducing toxins that plague your body?

Okay, so perhaps we should tone down the drama here… but can I just say: I LOVE this new detox-discovery I made!

It’s called bentonite clay and if you’ve never heard about it before, it’s time you do.

If you HAVE heard about it, then let me enlighten you as to why you should have another look… and try it out.

Firstly, let’s begin with what bentonite clay is and where it’s from:

This ‘super-clay’ is composed of aged voclanic ash, the name itself comes from the largest known deposit of bentonite clay, found in Fort Benton, Wyoming in the United States.

In ancient times and throughout history, bentonite clay was popular among many different cultures for its healing properties and nutrients that help rid the body of toxins and harmful heavy metals that build up in our body over time.
With the rise in cancer and other health concerns, bentonite clay is gaining in popularity as an “alternative” treatment for both internal and external detoxification and is something that I just recently started investigating and using over the last year after a serious health scare I had.
How bentonite clay works: 
Bentonite clay comes in an “ash” when you buy it, and you simply mix it with water and/or apple cider vinegar. Since this ash-turned-clay carries a strong negative charge, it easily bonds to the positive charges in many toxins, extracting them from your body and absorbing them like a sponge.

Once the toxins are drawn into the clay, they are then bound there and out of your system.

Another cool thing benonite clay does, is help get oxygen to cells as it pulls excess hydrogen, allowing the cells to replace it with oxygen instead.

Bentonite clay has a high concentration of calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, sodium and silica, minerals that balance our body that are leeched out of our system by high-sugar and processed foods.

How to use and apply bentonite clay for the first time, the right way:

First off, do not let your clay to come in contact with any metals because it will counter the negative charge, making it less effective.

I use a glass bowl and plastic measuring spoons to both measure and mix when I am preparing my face mask and arm pit mask.

If you are using an aluminum filled deodorant still, you will benefit from this tremendously if you apply it under your armpits!

  • On the skin: mix 2 tablespoons of bentonite clay, two tablespoons of water and one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass bowl until it looks like sour cream. With the plastic measuring spoon, pick up the bentonite clay out of the glass bowl and apply it to your face, armpits or any areas with insect bites, burns, itching or cuts. Let it dry up, usually in 20 minutes, then rinse off in the shower or with a warm, wet rag.

As the clay starts to dry out and harden it does crumble off, so I always stay in my bathroom to avoid making a mess all over the house.
  • In the bath: for soft skin, add 1/4 cup to your bath water, lay back and relax. I like to add mineral salts also, for an aromatherapy experience too.
  • Mouth rinse: grab a small jar with a lid and mix 1/2 teaspoon with 1/4 cup of water in it. Shake everything together really good. Put as much as you can in your mouth and rinse for one minute. Continue doing this until all of the mouth wash is finished.
  • Baby powder solution: for a red and irritated bottom, place an appropriate amount of clay on the effected area.

Where to get it?

This is the brand I use and where I get it from (Amazon):

Two pounds will last you a few months, so it’s a steal of a deal for a natural detox method.

Questions? Comments? Experiences? Post them below!

Let me know if you’ve used or plan to use bentonite clay, along with any questions you might have about it!