Eupedia
Eupedia


Eupedia Home > Ecology > Non-toxic cleaning products

Choosing healthy and eco-friendly personal care and home care products

Author: Maciamo Hay. Written in September 2020.

What is this article about?

The purpose is to help you choose worry-free and guilt-free cleaning products, soaps, shampoos and detergents by knowing exactly the ecological impact of each brand and product thanks to this in-depth review of 37 eco-friendly brands and assessment of 16 multinational corporations.

The products of all ecological brands were carefully analysed for potential toxic chemicals, then rated based on these results, as well as their palm oil policy, use of recycled bottles, percentage of organic ingredients, use of renewable energy in their factory, waste reduction, reforestation programmes, charitable donations... This is the most comprehensive analysis of personal and home care products so far.

Cleaning products, detergents, liquid soaps, shampoos, sunscreens and cosmetics can all potentially contain chemicals harmful to health or for the environment (especially to aquatic life, where these products usually end up). But their ecological impact can be even greater at the source, in the way ingredients are grown or extracted.

Palm oil is a major component of most cleaning products, detergents, body soaps, shampoos and toothpastes. You will find it in the ingredients under the names sodium laureth sulfate, sodium lauryl sulfate, stearic acid, glyceryl or octyl palmitate, just to name a few (there are over 100 chemicals derived from palm trees). Most often even these names are hidden behind the more generic 'anionic surfactants' (see below). Palm plantations are one of the biggest drivers of tropical rainforest deforestation, especially in Indonesia and Malaysia, which produce over 80% of the world's palm oil. If you don't want to sponsor deforestation and the loss of biodiversity and extinction of species linked to it, it is essential to choose either products that do not contain palm oil or companies that source their palm oil responsibly in sustainable plantations.

Plastic pollution is another global concern. It is our responsibility as consumers to recycle plastic containers. But manufacturers can also do their part by using recycled plastic for their bottles in the first place, which limit even more plastic consumption.

Finally, all manufacturing has a carbon footprint. Some companies are doing more than others to limit their impact, be it by using 100% renewable energy or planting trees to offset their emissions. A few have even managed to become carbon neutral.

This page will:


Evaluation of ecological brands

There are many ecologically minded manufacturers of personal and home care products on the market. While all of them strive to provide products that are safe for health and for the environment, not all of them have the same ecological footprint. Some companies banned the use of palm oil altogether, while others use only sustainable palm oil (RSPO or other certification), but a few have no such policy. As even major corporations like Unilever or Colgate-Palmolive use 100% sustainable palm oil, an "eco" brand that fails this essential aspect cannot really be called ecological. Almost all use natural, plant-based substances, but they are not necessarily organic and pesticide-free, which could be a health concern for personal care products, and is always a concern for the environment (think of the plummeting bee populations). Some companies use only renewable energy during the production process and some have even achieved carbon and/or water neutrality. Some conduct reforestation initiatves or donate part of their profits to charities. All these are taken in consideration for their overall rating.

All the brands below are vegan, cruelty-free and 100% biodegradable.

Brand Country Organic Recycled
bottles
Palm oil-free No toxic chemicals Green Energy Others SCORE
Attitude no no, but carbon neutral no yes Carbon neutral (reforestation programme) B+
Avril yes, 10%+ some no, but RSPO 1 case yes Waste reduction, Ecocert A
Bentley Organic yes no no, but sustainable yes no A-
Bio-D some yes no, but RSPO 1 case no A
Cattier yes, 10%+ no no, but organic some partly Waste reduction, Ecocert B+
Caudalie some yes no, but RSPO yes no, but reforestation programme 1% for the Planet A+
Conscious Skincare yes yes yes yes no A
Coslys yes yes yes yes partly Waste reduction, Ecocert A+
Dr Bronner yes, 90%+ mostly no, but organic yes yes Zero Waste, USDA Organic, B Corp A+
Dr Organic yes, 70%+ no yes yes no A
Ecodoo partly yes no, but RSPO yes partly Ecocert, 1% for the Planet, chartiable donations A+
ECOS some no no 3 cases Carbon & water neutral B
Ecover no yes no, but RSPO yes yes Zero Waste factory, Ecocert, B Corp A
Ecozone/Yonder some yes some 6 cases no B
Etamine du Lys minor partly no, but RSPO yes partly Ecocert A+
Faith In Nature some yes no yes no B
Frosch some yes yes 4 cases ? Active climate protection, EU Ecolabel, EMAS certified A-
Green People yes, 90%+ no, but carbon neutral no, but organic yes yes Climate positive & waste reduction A+
Greenscent yes, 70%+ refill yes yes no Soil Association A
Kneipp some mostly glass no, but sustainable 3 cases partly and reforestation programme Waste reduction B+
L'Arbre Vert no no no, but RSPO 1 case no, but reforestation programme EU Ecolabel A-
Léa Nature (Biovie, Dentavie, I Love Bio, Natessance) yes partly minimal and sustainable yes yes Waste reduction, 1% for the Planet, charitable donations, Ecocert A+
Le Petit Marseillais some no no yes no Chartiable donations C-
Love Beauty and Planet minor yes no, but sustainable 3 cases yes Carbon Tax Fund A-
Maison Verte partly yes no 4 cases partly Waste reduction, Ecocert, EU Ecolabel C
Method no yes no 7 cases yes Carbon offsets, B Corp, Cradle to Cradle C
Modere (formerly Neways) no no no 7 cases no D-
Neal's Yard yes, 90%+ mostly yes yes Carbon Neutral & Net Positive Charitable Donations A+
Odylique yes, 95%+ yes yes yes no Charitable Donations A+
Provilan no yes no yes no Blue Angel B
SANTE Naturkosmetik yes yes minimal and RSPO yes yes Charitable donations A+
Seventh Generation some yes no, but RSPO 6 cases yes Climate Activism, EU Ecolabel, B Corp B+
Sodasan some some no, but RSPO yes Carbon neutral (reforestation programme) Fairtrade A+
Sonett yes partly no, but organic yes yes A+
Suma (Alter/native & Ecoleaf) some yes no, but RSPO 3 cases no A-
Urtekram yes no no yes no B
Weleda yes, 78% some no, but RSPO yes 50% Ethical BioTrade A+

What does each brand sell?

Brand Country Personal Care Cosmetics Sun Care Baby Care Home Care
Attitude
Avril
Bentley Organic
Bio-D hand soap
Cattier
Caudalie
Conscious Skincare
Coslys
Dr Bronner
Dr Organic
ECOS hand soap
Ecodoo
Ecover hand soap
Ecozone/Yonder
Etamine du Lys
Faith In Nature
Frosch
Green People
Greenscent
Kneipp
L'Arbre Vert
Léa Nature (Biovie, Dentavie, I Love Bio, Natessance)
Le Petit Marseillais
Love Beauty and Planet
Maison Verte
Method
Modere
Neal's Yard
Odylique
Provilan hand soap
SANTE Naturkosmetik
Seventh Generation
Sodasan hand soap
Sonett hand soap
Suma (Alter/native & Ecoleaf)
Urtekram
Weleda

Analysis of the composition of ecological products

I have looked up every ingredient of almost every product from the ecological brands above to verify whether they really did not use any toxic chemicals. Unfortunately a few products still occasionally contain chemicals that are either somewhat harmful to aquatic life or even for health (see list of toxic chemicals below). Here are some of the products that are affected. The letter in brackets represents the level of toxicity to aquatic life, A being the lowest and G the highest. Only chemicals from D to G were inlcuded, as A to C are considered reasonably eco-friendly. The number represent toxicity to human health. The safest ratings (1 and 2) were excluded.

Brand Product Rating Aquatoxic substances Health hazard
Avril Body wash & shampoo D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) -
Bio-D Hand soap D Cocamide DEA (D) -
Ecoleaf Laundry liquid E Alcohol ethoxylate (F) and benzisothiazolinone (E) -
Ecoleaf Toilet cleaner E Benzisothiazolinone (E) -
Ecoleaf Multi-surface cleaner E - Sodium hydroxymethylglycinate (6)
ECOS Laundry liquid D - Phenoxyethanol (4)
ECOS Dish soap D Coco-betaine (D) and Ethylhexylglycerin (D) Phenoxyethanol (4)
Ecozone Glass & windows cleaner F Alcohol ethoxylate (F), Trideceth-9 (E), Alcohol C12-14 Ethoxylate (E) and Benzisothiazolinone (E) Butanone/MEK (3)
Ecozone Kitchen cleaner F Alcohol ethoxylate (F) and benzisothiazolinone (E) -
Ecozone Laundry liquid E PPG-5-Laureth-5 (E) and Sodium laureth sulfate (D) Phenoxyethanol (4)
Ecozone Toilet cleaner E Benzisothiazolinone (E) -
Frosch Laundry liquid E Laureth-7 (E) -
Frosch Vinegar lime remover E Laureth-7 (E) -
Frosch Washing-up liquid D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) -
Frosch Hand soap D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) -
Frosch All purpose cleaner D - Phenoxyethanol (4)
Frosch Glass cleaner C - Butanone/MEK (3)
Kneipp Shower foam E Laureth-4 (E) Isobutane (4)
Kneipp Body wash D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) -
Kneipp Bubble bath D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) -
L'Arbre Vert 3-in1 body wash for men D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) -
Love Beauty and Planet Cleansing conditioner E Behentrimonium chloride (E) -
Love Beauty and Planet Body wash D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) Phenoxyethanol (4)
Love Beauty and Planet Body scrub D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) Phenoxyethanol (4)
Love Beauty and Planet Cleansing conditioner E Benzisothiazolinone (E) -
Love Beauty and Planet Shampoo D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) -
Maison Verte Dishwasher tablets (Bioactive all in one) G Isotridecanol, ethoxylated (G) -
Maison Verte Laundry capsules F Ethanolamine (E) and Phosphonates (E) -
Maison Verte Washing-up liquid D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) -
Method Bathroom cleaner E - Methylchloroisothiazolinone (5), Methylisothiazolinone (7)
Method Body wash D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) Phenoxyethanol (4)
Method Hand wash E Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) Methylchloroisothiazolinone (5), Methylisothiazolinone (7)
Method Laundry liquid E Benzisothiazolinone (E) Alpha-isomethyl ionone (4), Methylisothiazolinone (7), Phenoxyethanol (4)
Method Washing-up liquid E Octylisothiazolinone (E) Methylisothiazolinone (7),
Modere Hand Wash F Benzyl Benzoate (E) Benzyl Benzoate (4)
Modere Liquid laundry detergent E Benzisothiazolinone (E) Methylchloroisothiazolinone (5), Methylisothiazolinone (7)
Modere Multi-surface cleaner F Alcohol ethoxylate (F) and Benzisothiazolinone (E) Methylisothiazolinone (7)
Modere Shampoo for all hair types D Cocamidopropyl betaine (D) Phenoxyethanol (4)
Modere Shower gel D - Phenoxyethanol (4)
Modere Washing-up liquid D - Phenoxyethanol (4)
Seventh Generation Laundry liquid E Benzisothiazolinone (E) and Laureth-7 (E) -
Seventh Generation Washing-up liquid D Coco-betaine (D) Phenoxyethanol (4)
Seventh Generation All purpose cleaner E Benzisothiazolinone (E) -
Seventh Generation Glass cleaner E Benzisothiazolinone (E) -
Seventh Generation Stone & granite cleaner E Benzisothiazolinone (E) -
Seventh Generation Wood cleaner E Laureth-6 (E) -
Seventh Generation Deodorant D Ethylhexylglycerin (D) -

How eco-friendly are big manufacturers?

This ranking analyses the sustainability and environmental impact of cosmetics, personal hygiene and home cleaning product manufacturers. Only major corporations were included. The rating includes overall sustainability (S&P Global and CSRHub), climate change, water security, forest management (CDP), sustainable palm oil (Forest 500 + WWF), and Newsweek's Green Ranking.

The Forest 500 Index identifies and ranks large companies in forest risk commodity supply chains. There are ratings for palm oil, soy, beef, paper and timber. Only the palm oil was taken into account as it is the only relevant one.

The WWF Palm Oil Buyer Scorecard assesses companies on the commitments they have made, and the actions they have taken, to ensure that there is no destruction of nature including no deforestation along their supply chains and support a responsible and sustainable palm oil industry beyond their own supply chain.

The S&P Global ESG (Environmental Social and Governance) for 2019 is a comprehensive rating and assesses company's overall sustainability with regard to economic, environmental, and social factors. S&P (Standard & Poor's) is a New York-based company specialised in corporate ratings.

The CSRHub provides ratings of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) using 12 indicators of employee, environment, community and governance performance. CSRHub is a B Corporation based in New York.

CDP (Carbon Disclosure Project) is an organisation based in the UK which supports companies and cities to disclose the environmental impact of major corporations. It provides separate ratings for climate change, water security and forest management. Scores are for 2019 or the latest year available.

The American magazine Newsweek's Green Rankings 2017 are one of the world's most recognized assessments of corporate environmental performance. It focuses on energy, carbon, water and waste productivity.

Company Palm (Forest 500) Palm (WWF) S&P Global CSRHub CDP Climate CDP Water CDP Forest CDP Average Newsweek OVERALL SCORE
Kao Corporation (Attack, Bioré, Kanebo, Molton Brown...) 79 78 97 100 100 95 98.33 88.08
L'Oréal (Garnier, Kerastase, La Roche-Posay, Vichy...) 83.7 87.7 39 100 100 100 98.3 99.43 89.9 83.29
Colgate-Palmolive (Ajax...) 73.2 67.3 82 94 95 95 78.75 89.58 81.22
Unilever (Cif, Clear, Dove, Lux, Omo, Rexona, Surf, Timotei...) 86 67.3 90 95 100 100 98.3 99.43 42.9 80.11
Henkel (Bref, Dial, Fa, Persil, Schwarzkopf...) 75.6 56.8 73 98 60 75 67.5 67.50 82.6 75.58
Johnson & Johnson (Aveeno, Neutrogena...) 44 65.9 97 100 100 95 98.33 68.1 74.67
Carrefour 59.3 58.2 73 95 100 80 77.5 85.83 74.27
Shiseido (Anessa, Laura Mercier) 40.7 77 96 95 80 66.6 80.53 73.56
Natura & Co (Aesop, Avon, Body Shop...) 48.8 70 92 80 80 80 72.70
Amorepacific (Laneige, Mamonde, Innisfree...) 46.5 70 88 80 80 80 71.13
Reckitt Benckiser (Clearasil, Dettol, Lysol, Harpic) 68.6 30.9 76 89 95 95 77.5 89.17 70.73
Procter & Gamble (Ariel, Dash, Fairy, Head & Shoulders, Pantene...) 79 65 60 93 95 80 87.50 33.1 69.60
Beiersdorf (Eucerin, Nivea) 62.8 59.1 31 97 80 75 95 83.33 66.65
Estée Lauder (Aveda, Clinique, MAC, Origins...) 50 29 90 95 95.00 66.00
S.C. Johnson & Son (Drano, Pledge, Mr Muscle, Toilet Duck...) 52.3 67 60 60.00 59.77
Coty (Philosophy, Rimmel, Wella...) 31.4 12 48 30.47

Note that supermarkets brands are among the worst performers and should be avoided. They typically contain toxic chemicals, do not use sustainable palm oil, do not have recycled containers, aren't organic, and supermarket chains hardly ever support environmental programmes or charities. Notable exceptions are Aldi and Lidl. Both companies declared that 100% of the palm oil in their products is already RSPO-certified. The packaging of both supermarkets' own-brand products will be recyclable, compostable or reusable by end of 2025. (=> see sustainability reports: Aldi and Lidl)


Ecological ratings of soap, shampoo & cosmetics brands

See => Ecological rating of hand soaps, body washes, shampoos and toothpastes


Ecological rating of hand soaps, body washes, shampoos and toothpastes

Ecological ratings of laundry detergent brands

See => Ecological rating of laundry detergents


Ecological rating of laundry detergents

Ecological ratings of washing-up liquid brands

See => Ecological rating of washing-up liquids and dishwasher tablets


Ecological rating of washing-up liquids and dishwasher tablets

Ecological ratings of home cleaning products

See => Ecological rating of home cleaning products


Ecological rating of home cleaning products

Avoiding chemicals that destroy aquatic life

Choosing a reliable brand of cleaning products is one thing. But companies do not make uniformly good or bad products. Even supposedly eco-friendly brands such as Frosch have been known to use chemicals that were at least somewhat toxic for the environment. In case of doubt it is better to look up the ingredients. Once you have found a reliable products, you won't have to check them again. So it's only a few minutes of your life to make sure you are not killing fish and other aquatic life in rivers and oceans, where water from the sewers will eventually end up (after sewage treatment, but water soluble chemicals will still be causing water pollution).

I have summarised the list of chemical products commonly found in home cleaning products and detergents that are toxic to aquatic life. I have used information from:

Chemicals were rated based on their toxicity and biodegradability this way:

  • low : 0
  • moderate : +1
  • high : +2
  • very high :+3
  • long lasting : +3
  • eutrophication : +4
  • poor biodegradability : +2

The overall rating is calculated like this:

  • A : 0 or 1 point
  • B : 2 points
  • C : 3 points
  • D : 4 points
  • E : 5 points
  • F : 6 points
  • G : > 6 points
Ingredients acute toxicity to aquatic life chronic toxicity to aquatic life biodegradability Rating
Isotridecanol, ethoxylated very high and long lasting very high G
Nonoxynol (6, 9, 12) very high very high poor G
Nonyl Nonoxynol-9 phosphate very high very high poor G
PEG-2 oleamine (aka 2,2'-(octadec-9-enylimino)bisethanol) very high and long lasting very high G
Poly(oxy-1,2-ethanediyl), alpha-(nonylphenyl)-omega very high very high poor G
Sodium Nonoxynol-9 Phosphate very high very high poor G
Triclosan very high and long lasting high G
Alcohol ethoxylate (C12-C15) very high very high F
DEA-Dodecylbenzenesulfonate high high poor F
Phosphonates low eutrophication poor F
C12-15 Pareth-7 very high high E
Alcohol Ethoxylates (C12-14) very high high E
Alpha-isomethyl ionone very high and long lasting E
Behentrimonium Chloride very high high E
Benzisothiazolinone very high poor E
Benzyl Benzoate low very high and long lasting E
Ethylhexylglycerin very high and long lasting E
Laureth-4 very high high E
Laureth-6 very high high E
Laureth-7 very high high E
Laureth-9 (polidocanol) very high high E
Octylisothiazolinone (OIT) very high and long lasting E
Sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate high high poor E
Tetrasodium pyrophosphate moderate eutrophication E
Trideceth-9 very high high E
Zinc carbonate high moderate and long lasting E
Alcohol ethoxylate (C10-C16) sulfated sodium salt high high D
Ammonium C12-15 pareth sulfate high high D
Ammonium laureth sulfate (ALES) high high D
Cocamide DEA high high D
Cocamidopropyl betaine high high D
Coco-betaine high high D
Linear alkylbenzene sulfonates (LAS) high high D
Sodium C12-13 pareth sulfate high high D
Sodium dodecyl benzene sulfonate high high D
Sodium laureth sulfate (SLES) high high D
Sulfonic acids, C14-17-sec-alkane, sodium salts high high D
Undeceth-5 high high D
1,3-Dichloro-5-ethyl-5-methylhydantoin very high C
Acrylic polymer moderate low poor C
Alkyl sulfates (C12-18) high moderate C
Ammonium lauryl sulfate (ALS) high moderate C
Dimethicone moderate low poor C
Lauramine oxide very high C
Methylchloroisothiazolinone (MCI) very high C
Methylisothiazolinone (MI) very high C
Myristamine oxide very high C
Phosphonobutanetricarboxylic acid moderate low poor C
Polyacrylic acid moderate low poor C
Sodium hypochlorite (chlorine bleach) very high C
Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) high moderate C
Sodium polyacrylate moderate low poor C
Tetrasodium EDTA moderate low poor C
Alcohol sulfate, sodium salts (C10-16) moderate moderate B
Alkyl polyglycoside high B
Formaldehyde high B
Lauryl glucoside high B
1,4-Dioxane low A
Decyl glucoside moderate A
Phosphoric acid moderate A
Sodium stearate moderate A

Most laundry detergents, dishwashing detergents and toilet cleaners do not mention all the exact chemicals in the ingredients but just 'anionic surfactants' or 'non-ionic surfactants', as they are not (yet) required by law to specify them.

The most common anionic surfactants include SLS , SLES (D), ALS (C), ALES (D), and sodium stearate (A).

Non-ionic surfactants include Alkyl polyglycoside (B), Cocamide DEA (D), Decyl glucoside (A), Lauryl glucoside (B), Nonoxynol (G), Poloxamer (A), Polysorbate (A) and Sorbitan (A).

The most common Amphoteric surfactants in washing products is Cocoamidopropyl betaine (D). The only ones likely to find their way in the products above are Alkyl dimethyl betaines, including Betaines, C12-14 (even numbered)-alkyldimethyl, aka Alkyl(C12–14)betaine.

Nonoxynol being so much worse for the environment than other non-ionic surfactants, disclosing the exact chemicals would make a huge difference in choosing eco- friendly detergents.


Doing away with chemicals messing with your health

Some chemicals pollute the environment and threaten aquatic life. Others are hazardous to our own health, be it because they cause cancer, are toxic, irritating, cause allergic reactions, accumulate in the body over time, or are endocrine disruptors potentially causing thyroid dysfunctions, diabetes or infertility.

The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has developed a hazard scoring system for cosmetics and personal care products for its Skin Deep guide. I browsed through the various chemicals and ranked them based on their health hazard (10 being the most dangerous and 1 the least). Skin Deep allows users to build their own report by simply copying and pasting the list of ingredients from any cosmetic product. However I noticed that any product containing an undefined fragrance or colouring immediately gets a bad score of 8 for that sole reason.

The most toxic chemicals for health are heavy metals (arsenic, lead, mercury), parabens, phtalates, some amines (acrylamide, diethanolamine, phenylenediamine), petrochemicals (benzene, formaldehyde, toluene) and other petrol derivatives (ethylene oxide, glyoxal, methylene glycol, oxybenzone).

Chemicals Skin Deep
Acrylamide 10
Arsenic 10
Benzene 10
Coal Tar 10
Dibutyl phthalate 10
Diethylhexyl phthalate 10
Diethanolamine (DEA) 10
Ethylene oxide 10
Formaldehyde 10
Isopropylparaben 10
Lead 10
Methylene glycol 10
Toluene 10
Butylparaben 9
DEA-C8-18 Perfluoroalkylethyl Phosphate 9
Glyoxal 9
Mercury 9
1,4-Dioxane 8
Hydroquinone 8
M-phenylenediamine 8
O-phenylenediamine, 8
Oxybenzone 8
Cocamide DEA 7
Methylisothiazolinone (MIT) 7
P-paraphenylenediamine (PPD) 7
p-phenylenediamine 7
Quaternium-15 7
Resorcinol 7
Triclosan 7
Bronopol (2-Bromo-2-Nitropropane-1,3-Diol) 6
DMDM hydantoin 6
Ethanolamine (ETA, MEA) 6
Lilial (Butylphenyl Methylpropional) 6
Polyoxymethylene urea 6
Polyperfluoromethylisopropyl Ether 6
Sodium hydroxymethylglycinate 6
Benzalkonium Chloride 5
Benzyl Alcohol 5
Chromium 5
Diazolidinyl urea 5
Imidazolidinyl urea 5
Methylchloroisothiazolinone (CMIT) 5
Octinoxate, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, o-methoxycinnamate (OMC) 5
PABA (4-Aminobenzoic acid) 5
Paraformaldehyde 5
Parsol (MCX, MOX), escalol 5
Phenacetin 5
Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) / Teflon 5
Triethanolamine (TEA) 5
Alpha-isomethyl ionone 4
Behentrimonium Methosulfate 4
Benzyl Benzoate 4
Benzyl Salicylate 4
Hydrogen peroxide 4
Iodopropynyl butylcarbamate 4
Isobutane 4
Petrolatum / Petroleum Jelly 4
Phenoxyethanol 4
Polyacrylamide 4
Sodium hypochlorite (chlorine bleach) 4
TEA-lauryl sulfate 4
Alkyl Dimethyl benzyl ammonium chlorides (C12-16) 3
Butylated Hydroxytoluene 3
Chloroxylenol 3
Cocamide MEA 3
DEA-cetyl phosphate, DEA oleth-3 phosphate 3
Hydrochloric Acid 3
Lauramide DEA 3
Linoleamide MEA 3
Methyl Ethyl Ketone (aka MEK or Butanone) 3
Myristamide DEA 3
Oleamide DEA 3
Polyethylene glycol (PEG, PPG) 3
Polysorbate 3
Potassium Hydroxide 3
Sodium Hydroxide 3
Titanium dioxide 3
Mica, muscovite 2
Sodium lauryl (ether) sulfate (SLS, SLES) 2
Styrene/acrylates copolymer 2
Butyl Acetate 1
Polyquaternium 1
Stearamide MEA 1

Follow-up

Discuss this article on the Forum

Copyright © 2004-2020 Eupedia.com All Rights Reserved.