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After years of being a frustrated clean beauty educated consumer, Jazmin set out to provide a seamless shopping experience for those seeking better solutions for Toxin-free beauty products that also worked as well or better than high-end beauty products. She encourages everyone to get into the habit of investigating what’s inside the products they put on their skin.
We asked her to share her cheat sheet with you to help identify some not so savory ingredients. Here is what she had to say:
PEG/PPG: Are known to mostly be contaminated with measurable amounts of ethylene oxide and 1,4 dioxane which are known carcinogens.
Fragrance/Parfum/Perfume: This may seem harmless but it’s actually one of the most deceptive ingredients you can find in all hair, skin, and beauty products. Fragrance is a propriety blend of anywhere between a dozen to hundreds of chemicals. Companies are not required to disclose what they are and have been known to lead to complications because synthetic fragrances are derived from petrochemicals which are toxic for human health.
Methylene Glycol: Usually added a preservative but releases formaldehyde as a way to kill microorganisms. This toxin ingredient can travel to the kidneys and affect their function.