Are herbal cosmetics really safe and superior to other chemical cosmetics? What is the difference between herbal cosmetics and other cosmetics? Can we trust them?
According to dermatologists, by consuming cosmetics, we put ourselves in a layer of chemicals so that we may achieve inner satisfaction or approval of those around us. These cosmetics are so strong that in laboratories they are covered with very thick coatings, to know the harms of these products, it is enough to take a look at the list of their ingredients.
Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) is a chemical used in most consumer products, including toothpaste and shampoo, and in most cosmetics; Side effects include eczema and skin and eye irritation (with long-term use), inflammation and infection of the urethra.
Because children are more vulnerable, the effects of this substance, especially ocular side effects, appear on their bodies sooner, so it is necessary to check the products of our children to make sure that they use the least amount of sodium April sulfate. Generally, the use of any of these substances should be consulted with a dermatologist.
Sometimes in the manufacture and promotion of cosmetics, the natural desire of people to use more natural and healthier ingredients is followed; But it is better to know that the products that are advertised as healthy and natural compounds have only a small percentage of natural extracts added to them; Because truly natural products need more preservatives to prevent spoilage, their chemical content returns to normal, and natural substances derived from plants or animals can be toxic and dangerous chemicals just as quickly.
We need to know that these side effects never show up quickly, but over time they are stored in the tissues of our body and in the long run, the person faces many problems.