propylparaben

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pro·pyl·par·a·ben

(prō'pil-par'ă-ben),
An antifungal agent and pharmaceutical preservative.

propylparaben

(prō″pĭl-păr′ă-bĕn)
Propyl p-hydroxybenzoate, C10H12O3, a chemical used as an antifungal agent and as a preservative in pharmaceuticals.
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Safety assessment of propyl paraben: A review of the published literature.
odorata leaves extract 01.00g Isopropyl alcohol 63.00 mL Glycerin 03.00 mL Distilled water 32.00 mL Propyl paraben 00.5 mL Lavender oil 00.5 mL Table 2.
Propyl paraben 94-13-3 NS 5 -- Vanillin 121-33-5 NS 5 no cat.
HPMC K-100 (0.5% w/v), carbopol 934 (0.1%, 0.3%, and 0.5% w/v), and the preservatives (methyl and propyl paraben 0.1% and 0.01%, w/v resp.) were added to poloxamer dispersion with continuous stirring.
Propyl paraben is known to accumulate in liver and muscle (Bjerregaard et al., 2003) causing significant effects on biological function.
We would agree that there is very unlikely to be any immediate or long-term danger to health from the presence of propyl paraben in the diet, particularly given - as far as we are aware-- its very limited use by the food industry in the European Union.
The first five ingredients to be reviewed should the legislation pass are: diazolidinyl urea, a preservative in a wide range of products, including deodorants, shampoos, conditioners, bubble baths and lotions; lead acetate, used as a color additive in hair dyes; methylene glycol/formaldehyde, used in hair treatments; propyl paraben, a preservative in a wide range of products, including shampoos, conditioners and lotion; and quatemium-15, which is used as a preservative in a wide range of products, including shampoos, shaving creams, skin creams and cleansers.
After using the alternative products for 3 days, however, urinary concentrations of methyl and propyl paraben decreased by 43.9% and 45.4%, respectively, mono-ethyl phthalate decreased by 27.4%, and triclosan decreased by 35.7%.
Propyl Paraben (Sandream) (Propyl 4-hydroxybenzoate) 0.10
The parabens commonly used in personal care products include methyl, ethyl, butyl, and propyl paraben, which are used as preservatives and antibacterial agents in cosmetics (Soni et al.