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Wellness Watchlist

We provide this comprehensive list of excluded ingredients to empower our customers to make informed choices about the products they use in and on their bodies. The toxicity of these substances can vary depending on factors such as concentration, exposure route, and individual susceptibility.

  1. Aluminum Chlorohydrate: It is used in antiperspirants and has been associated with health concerns, particularly regarding breast cancer and Alzheimer's disease. It must be noted that research is inconclusive.
  2. BHA (Butylated Hydroxyanisole) and BHT (Butylated Hydroxytoluene): Both are synthetic antioxidants used as preservatives in food and cosmetics. They have been linked to cancer and other health issues in some studies.
  3. Coal Tar: It is a known carcinogen and is used in various personal care products, particularly in treatments for psoriasis and dandruff.
  4. 1,4-dioxane: It is a byproduct of the ethoxylation process used in creating certain ingredients in cosmetics and personal care products. It is a suspected carcinogen.
  5. Ethylenediaminetetraacetic (EDTA): It is a chelating agent used in personal care products and can enhance the penetration of other chemicals into the skin.
  6. Ethanolamines: These are used in cosmetics as emulsifiers and pH adjusters. They can cause skin and eye irritation and have been linked to organ toxicity.
  7. Formaldehyde: It is a known carcinogen and is used as a preservative in various products like cosmetics, shampoos, and nail polish.
  8. Hydroquinone: It is used in skin-lightening products and is banned or restricted in many countries due to its potential carcinogenicity and other health concerns.
  9. Mercury and mercury compounds: Mercury is highly toxic and can cause neurological damage. It is sometimes found in skin-lightening creams and eye drops.
  10. Methylisothiazolinone and Methylchloroisothiazolinone: These are preservatives commonly found in personal care products and have been linked to allergic reactions.
  11. Mineral Oil: It is derived from petroleum and can be contaminated with harmful chemicals. Prolonged use may lead to skin irritation and other health issues.
  12. Parabens: These are preservatives used in cosmetics and personal care products. They have been associated with hormone disruption and breast cancer.
  13. Phenoxyethanol: It is a preservative used in cosmetics and can cause skin and eye irritation in high concentrations.
  14. Phthalates: These are plasticizers used in many consumer products and have been linked to hormone disruption and developmental issues.
  15. Polyethylene glycol (PEG compounds): They are often contaminated with 1,4-dioxane and ethylene oxide, both of which are carcinogens.
  16. Propanol: It is a solvent that can cause skin and respiratory irritation.
  17. Resorcinol: It is used in hair dyes and acne treatments but has been linked to skin irritation and hormone disruption.
  18. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate: These are surfactants used in many personal care products. They can cause skin and eye irritation.
  19. Toluene: It is a solvent used in nail polish and hair dyes and is toxic to the nervous system.
  20. Triclosan: It is an antibacterial agent used in many consumer products and has been linked to hormone disruption and antibiotic resistance.