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They’re actually micro-plastics, or particles of polyethylene. And they’re now bobbing around the seas, oceans, and water. These micro-plastics too small for sewage so they typically end up in oceans, designated to become a pollutant. And as a bonus, wildlife consumes them, mistaking it for plankton and food.
Avoid buying products with microbeads. Better yet, go for bar soaps and natural brands.
Want to learn more? The Plastic Soup Foundation has a sweet video about plastic soup:
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