Fragrance: Avoid all fragrance unless its from a natural source, such as essential oils.
Formaldehyde or formaldehyde releasers (quaternium-15m – diazolidinyl urea, DMDM hydantioin, bronopol, or imidazolidinyl urea) Known carcinogen and irritant found in nail products, hair straighteners, false eye lash adhesives and some shampoos.
Mineral oil and petroleum also called petrolatum, petroleum jelly and paraffin oil. These chemicals have been linked with cancer.
Parabens (propyl, isopropyl, butyl and isobutyl, used in personal care products as preservatives, parabons have been found in breast tumor tissues and have a estrogenic activity.
Ethanolamines (diethanolamine DHEA monoethanolamine MEA and triethanolamine TEA, linked with cancer.
Oxybenzone (benzophenone) octinoxare and homosalate, found mostly in sunscreen, lip balms, and other products with SPF, Oxybenzone was found in urine of 97 percent of people tested, so we know it Is easily absorbed, studies also show oxybenzone can build up in fatty tissues and is linked to allergic reactions.
Hydropquinone (or tocopheryl acetate)and other skin lighteners, this chemical has been linked to skin cancer, there are found in certain chemicals, moisturizers, they also can carry mercury
Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) used as a preservative in personal care products and are considered to humans as carcinogen’s, and hormone receptor.
Trisclosan and Triclocarban, used as antimibrobial agents in person care products such as soaps. CDC found 75% of 75% of urine from humans. This is due to the widespread to the antimicrobial cleaning products have been linked to hormone disruption development of antibacterial resistance and environmental concerns.
Coal tar ingredient’s(including aminophenol, diaminobenzene and Ignore, used in creams, ointments, soaps and shampoos and is used to treat itchy scaly skin. they are derived from tar, a known carcinogen.