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¿Tu skincare es tóxico?

¿Qué es la belleza limpia? ¿Sólo es un término de Marketing?. Te compartimos y lees de nosotros que nos catalogamos como Clean Beauty pero es un término que puede tomarse como buen slogan de marketing si no conoces qué significado tiene cuando hablamos de Skin Care.⁠

Se aplica para fórmulas y marcas que no contienen una lista de ingredientes (te los ponemos en la parte final) que algunos de ellos, no son aceptados en varias partes del mundo por su riesgo potencial COMPROBADO por estudios clínicos al organismo o al medio ambiente,  otros están en la fase de pruebas de si serán o no, y por su afinidad con ciertos padecimientos se les considera ¨sospechosos¨ para estándares de cosmética como en Japón, Unión Europea, Canadá.

La polémica se deriva de que hay muchas marcas que aplican este término como marketing solamente y que en sus ingredientes incluyen los ingredientes no aceptados como tales.

El término producto natural, es extremadamente confuso, extremadamente mal informado, el término clean beauty o belleza limpia, se refiere a que NO usamos en nuestra marca completa ninguno de los de la lista de ingredientes que están baneados en muchas partes del mundo, se sustenta con bases científicas en los lugares del mundo con estándares más estrictos en cosmética como Japón, EU, Canadá, no es por opinión personal.

Se toman en cuenta ingredientes y botánica sustentados para seguridad y libres de sospecha  bajo estudios científicos realizados no por opinión, o por ser más económicos, o mas coloridos, o con textura más tradicional.⁠

En Aphotetic Co. ® somos realmente clean beauty.

Aquí no encontrarás la lista de los 1539 ingredientes/substancias prohibidas en la Unión Europea. Seguimos la regulación para cosmética de la Unión Europea para compartirte cuidado personal con estándares de la Unión Europea aún que se vendan en México.

Nuestro Director de Formulación está diplomado en formulación cosmética internacional, siguiendo las regulaciones de la Unión Europea.

Estados Unidos prohibió solo 11 de los cientos de ingredientes tóxicos que se ha demostrado científicamente que son dañinos para la salud y son prohibidos para regulaciones en UE y en otros países como Japón.

En México esa lista de 11 es todavía aún más relativa porque se pueden encontrar fácilmente infinidad de esos ingredientes en todos lugares, incluyendo marcas que se venden y publicitan como naturales, clean beauty, sin sintéticos, veganas, cruelty free etc.

¿Porqué son ingredientes que han prohibido o restringido para su uso en cosmética?

Porque están catalogados por su riesgo potencial comprobado por estudios clínicos en desarrollo de ciertos tipos de cáncer, disruptores hormonales y/o del sistema nervioso, respiratorio etc.

También los catalogan por el daño directo y/o irreversible al medio ambiente.

Que una marca se promocione como clean beauty no la hace vegana ni cruelty free necesariamente.

En Aphotetic Co.® somos:

Cosmética realmente limpia, realmente clean beauty.

Aprobados PETA 100% veganos basados en plantas

Aprobados PETA Libres de Crueldad en materias primas y procesos finales.

Fórmulas respetuosas con el medio ambiente.

Referencias:

LISTA DE LOS 1539 INGREDIENTES PROHIBIDOS UNIÓN EUROPEA

REGULATION EC. NO. 1223/2009 REGULACIÓN ACEITES ESENCIALES Y SENSIBILIZANTES

The Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) in its opinion on fragrance allergens in cosmetic products (SCCS / 1459/11) stated that consumers should also be informed about additional fragrance ingredients that go beyond the aforementioned list of 26 allergens. Review of clinical and experimental data shows that there are many more fragrances than currently declared 26 allergens that are sensitizing to humans. The SCCS opinion is available at: https://ec.europa.eu/health/scientific_committees/consumer_safety/docs/sccs_o_073.pdf

Therefore, works are currently in progress to implement new changes to Regulation 1223/2009, namely to expand the list from 26 to 82 fragrance allergens. “New allergens” may include: Menthol, Terpineol, Linalyl Acetate, Camphor, Vanillin, Geraniol derivatives: Geranial and Geranyl Acetate, as well as well-known essential oils, such as: ylang-ylang oil (Cananga Odorata Flower Oil), cinnamon oil (Cinnamomum Zeylanicum Bark Oil), or Lavender oil (Lavandula Officinalis Flower Oil). The European Commission has proposed amendments to the Annex III, which you can see at: https://ec.europa.eu/docsroom/documents/34512

LISTA DE INGREDIENTES EXCLUIDOS PARA COSMÉTICA CLEAN BEAUTY

  1. Parabenos y todos sus derivados: Metilparabeno, etilparabeno, propilparabeno, butilparabeno, isobutilparabeno, isopropilparabeno, bencilparabeno.
  2. Sulfatos: SLS. SLES. Lauril Sulfato de Sodio. Lauril Eter Sulfáto de Sodio.
  3. Ftalatos.
  4. Aceites Minerales.
  5. Formaldehidos.
  6. Ingredientes liberadores de Formaldehidos.
  7. Palmitato de Retinilo.
  8. Oxibenzona.
  9. Alquitrán.
  10. Hidroquinona.
  11. Triclosan.
  12. Triclocarbán.
  13. Acetaldehido.
  14. Acetonitrilo.
  15. Cloruro de Metileno.
  16. Grasas, aceites y líquidos glandulares derivados de animales.
  17. Cloruro de Benzalconio.
  18. Tolueno.
  19. Resorcinol.
  20. Acetonas.
  21. Butoxietanol.
  22. EDTA, Ácido Etilendiaminotetraacético.
  23. Metoxietanol.
  24. Mercurio y compuestos derivados como timerosal y bisphenol. BPA en envases.
  25. ACRILATOS EN CREMAS, EMULSIONES, GELES, SHAMPOOS, ACONDICIONADORES ETC LISTA BANEADA.
  26. Etil Metracrilato.
  27. Etil Acrilato.
  28. Metil Metacrilato.
  29. Butil Metracrilato.
  30. Hidrixipopilo Metracrilato.
  31. Tetrahidrofulfuril Metracrilato.
  32. Trimetrilopropano Trimetracrilato.
  33. Sales de Aluminio.
  34. Benzopropano.
  35. Carbón Mineral.
  36. Plomo.
  37. Acetato de Plomo.
  38. Microparticulas insolubles derivados de plásticos.
  39. Resorcinol.
  40. Talco y derivados de asbestos.
  41. Butilhidroxitolueno. BHT.
  42. Hidroxianisol Butilado.BHA.
  43. DEA. Butilo.
  44. TEA. Acetato.
  45. MEA. Acetato.
  46. ETA. Acetato.
  47. Nanoparticulas.
  48. Petrolato.
  49. Parafina.
  50. Fenoxietanol.
  51. Polacrilamidas.
  52. Acrilamidas.
  53. Bromostirenos.
  54. Deastirenos/acrilatos/copolimeros.
  55. Polimero Estireno de Sodio.
  56. Copolimeros de Benzeno.
  57. Oxido de Estireno/Polímero.
  58. Estirenos Polímeros.
  59. Dioxanos.

REFERENCIAS:

LISTA DE LOS 1539 INGREDIENTES PROHIBIDOS UNIÓN EUROPEA

REGULATION EC. NO. 1223/2009 REGULACIÓN ACEITES ESENCIALES Y SENSIBILIZANTES

The Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) in its opinion on fragrance allergens in cosmetic products (SCCS / 1459/11) stated that consumers should also be informed about additional fragrance ingredients that go beyond the aforementioned list of 26 allergens. Review of clinical and experimental data shows that there are many more fragrances than currently declared 26 allergens that are sensitizing to humans. The SCCS opinion is available at: https://ec.europa.eu/health/scientific_committees/consumer_safety/docs/sccs_o_073.pdf

Therefore, works are currently in progress to implement new changes to Regulation 1223/2009, namely to expand the list from 26 to 82 fragrance allergens. “New allergens” may include: Menthol, Terpineol, Linalyl Acetate, Camphor, Vanillin, Geraniol derivatives: Geranial and Geranyl Acetate, as well as well-known essential oils, such as: ylang-ylang oil (Cananga Odorata Flower Oil), cinnamon oil (Cinnamomum Zeylanicum Bark Oil), or Lavender oil (Lavandula Officinalis Flower Oil). The European Commission has proposed amendments to the Annex III, which you can see at: https://ec.europa.eu/docsroom/documents/34512

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