The Content Of SLS And Parabens In Cosmetics?
Hello, is the SLS (sodium laureth sulfate) and paraben (and its derivatives) content in cosmetics and our bath needs all for the body? Please explain, thank you
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Sodium laureth sulfate is a chemical that is often contained and used as a substance for cleaning products, cosmetics, soaps and shampoos where the main effect is to remove stains and oils. Appabila used continuously, the oil on the skin which is also used as a coating will decrease this causes dry skin and even irritation. If the inflammation continues it will cause itching. Eczema to dermatitis. It's best to avoid products containing this substance and use more natural products for skin cleansing.
Paraben is a substance used as a preservative usually used in cosmetics, soaps, shampoos and even chemicals. It is used as a preservative because it can prevent bacterial growth. For this use, it has been approved by the government and agencies related to medicine and food and is classified as safe.
Ingredients which have been proven to be hazardous and must be avoided for use are when they contain mercury, formalin, pthalates, and lead. And what is more rarely found is bithiniol, methylene chloride, chloroform, and vinyl chloride. When contained this must be avoided pengunannya.
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