Parabens in your cosmetics
Now everyone becoming more aware what happens with our food like flop chicken. We become more aware about ingredients in cosmetics too. This in itself is a good evaluation. But unfortunately, there are still plenty of people who hear something, take it for granted as the truth. Without doing any research them self. But then not everyone think further unfortunately.
So back to topic. Parabens are chemicals with preservative properties.
The best example I can give here is the apple trick. You take an apple cut you in half. One side you put lemon juice on and the other side you leave as it is. If you wait you see just one juiced apple has remained the same and the other raw apple has turned brown. Lemon was the paraben / preservative.
But then how do you sit well in your products or parabens? It is a matter of reading the ingredients on the package. So say most people anyway. It’s very simple all paraben names end with ben. Such as methyl paraben, ethyl paraben, propyl paraben, and butyl paraben and isobutylparabeen.
Fortunately, there is much demand for products without parabens. There are already alternatives for example, diazolidinyl urea, sodium benzoate and potassium sorbate. Researchers are currently investigating preservatives at the moment. Fortunately, more and more manufacturers put no parabens on the packaging.
Here is an American video about bad ingredient in cosmetics in general:
See you tomorrow.