Patch testing involves placing allergens onto the skin, removing them in 48 to 72 hours and observing for allergic or irritant reactions
In a recent post I went shopping for a Argan Oil product only to find myself disappointed at all the additional chemicals and allergens that came along with the product
On December 13, 2013, Cosmetics Europe announced their recommendation to the cosmetic and toiletry industry to discontinue further use of the antimicrobial, Methylisothiazolinone..
Earlier in 2013, BBCOne's television series Watchdog (in the UK) reported cases of individuals suffering reactions to a UK product PIZ BUIN 1 Day Long Sunscreen...
...I thought I’d give a “green” brand a try. The particular brand I had in mind, I first noticed being sold in Whole Foods Stores. So when I went on the company website to check for different scents of the dish washing liquid, my jaw dropped in utter surprise upon seeing the list of ingredients.
I‘ve been reading a lot of news articles about this emerging allergen, methylisothiazolinone.
There has been much discussion as of late regarding this ingredient, Methylisothiazolinone (MI). Previously, it was found in products only in conjunction with Methylchloroisothiazolinone. In recent years, it’s been introduced into products alone and in greater concentration.