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High Health Hazard. 1,4 dioxane contamination concerns.
Polyethylene glycol’s are chemicals with a range of applications, such as surfactants, skin conditioning agents, and/or emulsifying agents, often in baby productsi. The starting materials used to make PEG’s are both known to cause canceri, and there is a possibility that the raw material PEG’s are contaminated with 1,4-dioxane, another carcinogeniii.
i) Safety Assessment of Alkyl PEG/PPG Ethers as Used in Cosmetics
iii)Occurrence of 1,4-Dioxane in Cosmetic Raw Materials and Finished Cosmetic Products
|INCI Name||Polyethylene glycol|
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