Which Ingredients Of Facial Soap Should Be Avoided?
hello, are these ingredients really dangerous, or should be avoided?
Hello Dyavv, Thank you for the question.
Here is the information that I can convey:
Glyceryl stearate SE: functions as a surfactant or emulsifier, which is a substance that is soluble in oil and water so that oil and water can come together to form an emulsion. Octododecyl lauroyl glutamate: functions as an emollient or moisturizer, helps prevent skin from losing moisture moisture, and contributes to the consistency of a product being thinner. Stearic acid; widely used to make soap, functions as a surfactant so that water can combine with oil, or in other words stearic acid helps clear excess sweat and oil in the body Myristic acid: functions the same as stearic acid and contributes to provide a thicker product consistency Lauric acid: in sabin products, the function of causing a soap to be harder, has the effect of cleansing the skin, and multiplying the soap foam Judging from each of these azt functions, the ingredients you mentioned are harmless. The content of dangerous face creams that you should avoid are mercury, hydroquinone, resorcinol, and retinoic acid.
Please note the following recommendations:
Make sure you are using a product that has been registered with BPOM. If you have just used a new leather product, you can try applying the product to the back of the ear or the back of the hand then observe the reaction within 24 hours. If the skin turns red and tender, avoid using the product. Make sure you recognize your skin type and use a product that suits your skin type. If your skin tends to get pimples easily, use water-based products. Don't hesitate to consult a skin specialist in the selection of skin products that are right for you. May help.