Synthetic preservatives that are potential toxins and endocrine disrupters

Sulfates (Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfate)

Synthetic cleansing agents that potentially damage the lipid layer of your skin

Chemical Sunscreens (Parsol 1789/Oxybenzone)

Synthetic sunscreens that get absorbed and potentially disrupt hormone balance

Petro Chemicals (Petrolatum/Mineral Oil/Paraffin)

Non-renewable byproducts of crude oil with potentially dangerous impurities


Synthetic chemicals that potentially draw other chemicals into the bloodstream


Synthetic fragrance components that are potential toxins

PEGs or PPGs

Synthetic ingredients processed with ethylene oxide, a toxic residual impurity


Synthetic stabilizers that can react with other ingredients in products and form nitrosamines, a known carcinogen

Formaldehyde Donors (DMDM Hydantoin/ Diazolidinyl Urea/ Methylisothiazolinone)

Potential effect of some preservatives degrading over time and releasing small amounts of formaldehyde, a known carcinogen

1, 4-Dioxanes

Accidental by-products from ethoxylation (common ingredient processing), which are not declared on ingredient labels and are classified as possible carcinogens

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