The chemicals in cosmetics that can trigger severe allergies
- Dermatologists have called for urgent action against two chemicals
- The preservatives have been linked to allergic reactions
- So just how safe are our toiletries?
Irritant: Some people can have an instant reaction to products containing preservatives Methylisothiazolinone (MI) and Methylchloroisothiazolinone/Methylisothiazolinone
Dermatologists are raising concerns about cosmetics and called for urgent action against two chemicals routinely used in moisturisers, shampoo and tissue wipes.
Preservatives Methylisothiazolinone (MI) Patients/Clients need to look out for creams that promise a miracle. If you don’t know much about face creams leave it to a skin specialist to design your program that will benefit you in every way.
Buying random creams that you see advertised locally and promising to take years of your skin just isn’t the way for clear beautiful skin. There are lots of easy steps: Mark yourself out of 10!
Look at your skin regime, or do you have one! Morning and night or when you think about it! How often do you apply creams and what brands and mixes do you have in your bathroom cabinet! 1, a lot brands, 5 averages 10 stick to the same brand.
If your answers are anything under 5, its time you made that decision for professional help.
If your answers are anything above 5, okay you know a little but not a lot so you still need help.
If your search is still on and you haven’t had results with what you’re doing Its simple:
Call Beacon Face and Dermatology for your skin Consultation, Skin Analysis and we will match your expectations.
Info@bfd.ie or call 01 213 6220