The Food and Drug Administration or the FDA, again and again, lacks a regulatory body because it appears to be criticized for the lack of attention and rigidity in the issue of carcinogens in cosmetics and other similar products.
The us fda has a list of "cosmetic ingredients prohibited by regulations.
However, the government does not actually have supervision and is not actively involved in monitoring the manufacture or sale of cosmetics to prevent the proliferation of adulterated consumer goods in the market.
Much less, it has no power to demand pre-
Test the product before it is sold or re-sold
The call proved to be an unsafe product.
In line with this, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has provided a copy of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
Inventory of chemicals
However, these are just lists and consumers cannot know if the product they are using is in its manufacturing or even does not include the need for toxic or carcinogenic substances in the quantities specified by the FDA or EPA.
The intervention of citizen organizations the first 5 harmful substances discussed in this paper are based on a list of carcinogenic chemicals studied by an independent organization called "Safe Cosmetics movement (CSC).
CSC is a non-alliance.
Hundreds of entities and thousands of profitable civic groups supported and supported by grassroots supporters.
In fact, more than 1,300 manufacturers of cosmetics and personal care products express their support by promising to produce only safety products.
The manufacturers voluntarily signed CSC's "safe cosmetics contract", requiring them to submit their products for testing and review. .
CSC is organized by its working partner, the Environmental Working Group "(EWG).
On the other hand, EWG is a non-
A profit citizen organization composed of scientists, policy experts and lawyers, engineers and computer programmers engaged in scientific research and laboratory testing mainly protect consumers by exposing toxic and carcinogenic substances used in cosmetics that spread on the market.
Away from personal care and cosmetics containing the following substances: formaldehyde and formaldehyde-
Release formaldehyde and formaldehyde-
Release agent is included in the manufacture of water
Based on consumer goods that prevent bacterial growth during storage.
What the public should know is that formaldehyde is easily absorbed by human skin and previously considered to be the cause of skin sensitivity, and the worst case scenario is cancer.
Most of these waters
Consumer goods based on cosmetics and personal care include eyelash glue, nail glue, nail polish, baby soap, baby shampoo and body wash.
CSC further disclosed that some of these products do not include formaldehyde as an ingredient in the label, but are replaced by other ingredients used as formaldehyde
These substances are identified as low-level formaldehyde of 250 per million (ppm)
Some of the products may have been met and CSC has expressed greater concern for the additional formaldehyde
Release preservatives used as a substitute or simply added.
In order to monitor the slow release of formaldehyde in these substances, if they are still within a safe level of 250 ppm once absorbed by the human body, they cannot be quantified or even monitored.
This substance is considered to be the worst substance used in personal care products.
As a skin whitening ingredient, a decrease in the production of melanin pigment is caused by hydroquinone, which subsequently increases the risk of skin exposure to harmful UV and UV rays.
Ehtylparaben parabensparabens reference chemicals has similar of molecular structure the methyl paraben Hydroxy propyl benzoate butyl p-hydroxy benzoate;
Among them, the highest frequency of use in cosmetics is toluene C.
Of the 25,000 consumer goods tested by EWG, 10,000 were confirmed to contain any kind of parab gold as an ingredient.
Parab Gold is widely used in cosmetics to inhibit microbial growth during storage.
They are easily absorbed by the skin and enter the blood and digestive system.
As carcinogens, evidence of their concentration was found in breast tumor biopsy results.
In addition, almost all urine samples collected from adults living in different races, ethnicities and geographical backgrounds in the United States contain traces of paraben chemicals.
These findings are due to extensive water
Organic products such as shampoo, conditioner, facial cleanser, scrub, etc.
While the dispute over Diester in a single product is limited to low levels, individuals use multiple products more than once in a day as part of their personal hygiene and aesthetic enhancements.
Manufacturers of organic products using water
Products based on solutions are urged to have shorter shelves-
Distribute the lives of these parab gold.
Neighboring benzene Ester is common in a variety of consumer goods that use plastic, and they are used as an adhesive for the color and smell of cosmetics.
Consumers will not find any mention of phthal salts as ingredients on the labels of their favorite personal care products.
On the contrary, the components of the "fragrance" include O-benzene ester;
72 samples of these products were tested positive, as these carcinogens lead and other metals, including zinc, were found positive in more than 650 cosmetics and other consumer goods, aluminum, Mercury, iron, chromium.
Found in some brands of lipstick, eyeliner, nail color and many other cosmetics and other consumer goods including whitening toothpaste.
Of the 650 products tested, 641 were positive for arsenic adulterated, and 47 cosmetics contained other compounds, including foundation, moisturizer and shampoo.
It is worth noting that Mercury is rarely found but is included in some brands of mascara and eye drops.
Lead has been shown to be a neurotoxin that can cause brain damage as well as other effects of birth and development.
In addition, past biopsies of breast tumors showed higher concentrations of metals such as zinc, iron, chromium and iron, to name just a few.
How to check if your product is adulterated to provide more useful information to consumers, the safe cosmetics campaign and the Environmental Working Group create an online cosmetics safety database called deep skin
Consumers can now check if the cosmetics they are using contain carcinogens or new products they intend to use.
The searchable database provides in detail the safety or toxic information of over 25,000 cosmetic and personal care products;
From cosmetics to shampoo to sunscreen and deodorant.