Does Europe ban more cosmetic ingredients than the US? The Beauty Brains Show episode 53

edited October 2014 in Podcast
Is it true that Europe bans more cosmetic ingredients that the US? Listen to this week’s show to find out (or read the notes below). You’ll also learn about perfume from the past, microbeads in your mouth, and more. (Plus a special themed version of our  “Improbable Products” game.)  Click below to play Episode 53 or […] Does Europe ban more cosmetic ingredients than the US? The Beauty Brains Show episode 53

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  • Touch of Dorian Grey for men. :P

    Will just the micro poly-plastic beads be banned or will pellets be too? And are their dissolvable micro particulates for scrubs?

    Spiders are arachnids, Tiger. :P

    They do actually hurt the marine environment. :( If you go swimming in a lake, river or pond. Or go straight into the ocean. It doesn't go into any treatment facility, even if it breaks down quickly, it breaks down directly in the environment.

    There are other chemicals banned we still use like cetearyl alcohol in non plant form! So to say it like that is really unfair. Hydroquinone the skin lightener, is a carcinogen. I feel that you're really misleading the listener. I respectfully, and greatly, disagree.













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