Risks from Cosmetic and Personal Care Products

The FDA does not have to approve or review Cosmetics, or what goes in them, before they are sold to the consumers. The FDA only regulates against some colours that can be used in the Cosmetics and Hair Dyes. The Cosmetic companies do not have to report any Injuries from the Products; they also only have voluntary recalls of products. There has been a marketing trend towards the sale of cosmetics lacking controversial ingredients, especially those derived from Petroleum, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS), and Paraben. Numerous reports have raised concern over the safety of a few Surfactants, including         2-butoxyethanol. For some individuals, going under the blade is an exceptionally startling idea. In case you're pondering Plastic surgery, it is critical you know about both the benefits and the dangers. Scarring, Deep vein thrombosis, Hematoma, Pulmonary Embolism and Sarcoma are few complications arising after Cosmetic procedures.

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  • Allergies

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