More than half of all cosmetics in the United States and Canada contain toxic substances

June 17, 2021
The study indicates that the presence of chemical compounds in cosmetics has negative consequences for the environment as well. The study indicates that the presence of chemical compounds in cosmetics has negative consequences for the environment as well.

Vision, Dubai United Arab Emirates:- Scientists at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana conducted tests on 230 of the most popular cosmetics and used in the American and Canadian markets, and it turned out that 56 percent of those intended for the eyes, 48 ​​percent of the lip products and 47 of the mascara, contained fluorite. Chemical and other fluorescent compounds.

For example, eye mascara contains fluorite, 82%; While the proportion of fluorite was 62% in "lipstick".

Scientists conducted deeper tests on 29 preparations that showed high levels of fluorite, and it was found that they contain 13 toxic fluorescent chemical compounds.

Scientists have advised that products that are marketed as water-resistant or that remain for a long time should be avoided.

The researchers tested dozens of brands, including many that are locally produced.

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