How to interpret the information supplied on ingredient MSDS Data Sheets.
The Impact of the Safe Cosmetics Act 2011 on the cosmetic industry, both big and small.
Many groups are pointing fingers at the entire cosmetic industry over the Brazilian Blowout fiasco.
Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) is a water soluble white which occur in flakes, pellets, granules and powders.
Every industry has acronyms which are supposed to make communication easier.
A very common question when you get into cosmetic and soap industry is: should I collect Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) or not?
Many associations and individuals claim that cosmetics are not safe. These people have lost confidence and think cosmetics are dangerous; they believe many cosmetic ingredients are “toxic”.
Developing a cosmetic finished product is an extensive process that begins with the raw materials.
Material Safety Data Sheets (or MSDS, for short) are very useful documents, or they are very misleading – it all depends on how you use them!
Phenoxyethynol is created by treating phenol with ethylene oxide in an alkaline medium. Each ingredient individually does not sound great, but when they react it creates a safe and effective preservative. Individually many chemicals may harm you, but together they create a beneficial product. For instance, lye alone is extremely dangerous, but after it reacts [...]