One of the things I wanted to point out in this post is that not all ingredients are the same even if they have the same name.
Surfactants are used in many cosmetics as foaming agents, cleansers, emulsifiers, conditioners and solubilizers or dispersants.
Here are a number of claims that the Toxic Makeup Patrol makes that are just mistaken.
The reader is invited to make their own judgments on the veracity of the original article that appeared in the Huffington Post.
Sodium lauryl sulfate or sodium laureth sulfate, take a closer look at these two ingredients and understand the differences, because they are different.
Sodium lauryl sulfate can be found in the top ten list of ingredients to avoid by countless “experts” despite the fact that it scores a 100 on the biorenewable carbon index, is naturally sourced from the fatty alcohols of coconut oil, is completely safe in wash off formulas, lets off 0% VOC (won’t vaporize into [...]