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1) Petrochemicals - examples of names that you can find on the packaging: petroleum jelly, isopropyl alcohol or isopropyl alcohol, methyl alcohol or methanol, butanol or butyl alcohol and ethyl alcohol or ethanol. They are found often in the face tonics and perfumes.
2) Sodium laureth / lauryl sulfates and other sulfate - examples of names that you can find on the packaging: sodium lauryl ether sulfate and sodium laureth sulfate. They are often used in shampoos and shower gels, to make more foam.
3) Propylene glycol and polyethylene glycol - PEG formulated with ingredients and PGs - examples of names that you can find on the packaging: ethylene glycol and propylene glycol. Are often found in firming creams, deodorants, masks, powders, talc and after-shaves.
4) formaldehyde and parabens - examples of names that you can find on the packaging: butylparaben, Ethylparaben, propylparaben and methylparaben. They are usually found in varnishes, sunscreens, shampoos, tooth pastes and hair removal products.
5) Paint synthetic - usually found in synthetic dyes with indications of a letter followed by a number or a color (in the U.S. would be D & C manganese violet for example). Can be found in hair dyes, cosmetics and others.
6) Artificial Fragrances - some ingredients are in their ingredient list "fragrance," which means that the product contains an artificial scent, which can irritate the skin. Almost all perfumes and colonic obviously have this ingredient.