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In vitro studies suggested endocrine-disrupting properties for other phenols, such as parabens and triclosan.
CVS Health, for example, has announced it will remove parabens, phthalates and certain formaldehyde contributors from its store brand beauty products by the end of 2019.
It's about using the best natural ingredients and leaving out things that will irritate a woman's sweet spot--including sulfates, glycerin, parabens, phthalates, alcohol, gluten, soy and dairy.
Parabens are known for their xenoestrogens, which may be the cause of allergies, autoimmunity, and many different types of cancers and other catastrophic diseases.
Parabens, which are commonly used as a preservative in cosmetics, among other products, mimic estrogen and may cause endocrine disruption and reproductive toxicity.
At the present time the jury is still out on the links between cancer and parabens, with scientists sitting on both sides of the fence, but as Amanda points out: "For me if there's that doubt at all over whether these chemicals can cause problems and there are alternatives then why would I not use them?
Tender Touch Baby Wipes are formulated with a hypoallergenic, dermatologist-reviewed sensitive formula and are free of parabens and alcohol.
Kurunthachalam Kannan of the New York State Department of Health, Albany, points out that the substances called phthalates and parabens are used in a wide range of products, from medical devices to children's toys, as well as PCPs.
12 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that through personal care products (PCPs) such as lotions and shampoos, infants and toddlers are likely becoming exposed to potentially harmful substances, called parabens, at an even higher level than adult women.
FOR a home hair dye with no ammonia, resorcinol or parabens, try Naturtint.
Sharp oral care products do not contain fluoride, sodium laurel sulfate, parabens or alcohol, nor are they tested on animals.