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Clean Formulas

Born at the intersection of farms and labs, featuring clean and natural ingredients

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From Latin America

We intentionally curate natural ingredients from the hearts of Latin America

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Vegan

Our products feature nutrient-rich, raw ingredients straight from nature

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Cruelty Free

Our formulas are guided by our commitment to people, animals and the Earth

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Peru

Babassu oil

With a nutrient-rich harmony of antioxidants, fatty acids and phytosterols, Babassu Oil regenerates hair and promotes scalp health. The oil soothes irritation, repairs split ends and moisturizes the scalp.

Benefits

Soothes irritation
Repairs split ends
Moisturizes the scalp

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Brazil

Patauá oil

Rich in omega-9 and fatty acids, Patauá Oil helps to reduce scalp flakiness, while promoting follicle health for optimal performance and hair growth. The oil starts at the root moisturizing and calming the scalp and works all the way to the ends of the hair, resulting in intense hydration.

Benefits

Promotes hair health
Intense hydration
Moisturizes the scalp

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Ecuador

Maracujá oil

Through its high content of Omega-6 fatty acids, flavonoids and gamma-oryzanol, Maracujá Oil, also known as Passion Fruit Oil, forms a protective film and promotes hair glossiness and shine.

Benefits

Promotes hair glossiness
Boosts hair shine
Acts as a protective film

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Peru

Cupuaçu butter

Rich in phytosterols and fatty acids, Cupuaçu Butter has the unique ability to optimize moisture retention by regulating the balance of natural lipids throughout the hair.  The butter also nourishes and moisturizes the scalp, while increasing the overall shine of hair.

Benefits

Ultimate moisture retention
Deep nourishment
Boosts hair shine

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Guatemala

Aloe vera

Aloe Vera acts as an unparalleled conditioner, leaving your hair smooth and shiny, while promoting hair growth. This miracle-plant possesses reparative proteolytic enzymes, alongside anti-inflammatory properties to help soothe the scalp and calm irritation.

Benefits

Restores and repairs hair
Anti-inflammatory
Soothes irritation

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Brazil

Açai oil

Through a combination of Omega-6 fatty acids, flavonoids and gamma-oryzanol, Açai Oil adds a protective film to the hair, promoting hair glossiness and shine, while decreasing frizz. Its protective coating of antioxidants is also essential for protecting hair color, as it prevents oxidation from free radicals, prone to cause fading.

Benefits

Combats and decreases frizz
Promotes hair glossiness
Acts as a protective film

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India

Castor oil

Castor Oil by way of ricinoleic acid and Omega-6 fatty acids, enhances overall hair health, in turn promoting hair growth. The oil is an anti-inflammatory that increases hair strand flexibility and shine.

Benefits

Increases hair strand flexibility
Promotes hair growth
Boosts hair shine

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Mexico

Chia seed oil

Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, phosphorus, and zinc, Chia Seed Oil possesses moisturizing properties which aid in nourishing and conditioning the scalp, while improving hair strength, to avoid hair loss and breakage.

Benefits

Moisturizes the scalp
Improves hair strength
Deep nourishment and hydration

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Brazil

Pequi Oil

Brazilian super fruit, Pequi, contains nourishing vitamins and minerals that contribute to its moisturizing capabilities. Pequi is especially good for curly hair, maximizing definition with an added curl-boost and reducing frizz.

Benefits

Moisturizes hair

Boosts curls and reduces frizz
Maximizes definition

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Mexico

Blue Agave Extract

Blue Agave extracts attracts and retains water, allowing for overall healthier and smoother hair. In addition, Agave also has the ability to deep condition dry and damaged hair, promoting healthy hair strength and elasticity.

Benefits

Promotes hair strength
Deep nourishment and hydration
Improves hair elasticity

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Mexico

Avocado Oil

Avocado contains powerful fatty acids and oleic acids, providing many essential nutrients that improve hair health and lead to reduction in breakage and split ends. Because of its fatty acids, avocado oil will strengthen the hair from the inside to help prevent damage, making hair more flexible.

Benefits

Reduces breakage and split ends
Strengthens hair
Increases hair strand flexibility

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USA

Caffeine

Rich in antioxidants, Caffeine repairs and prevents hair damage while softening and smoothing dry and frizzy hair. Caffeine is also a natural acidic, which helps to fight hair breakage. Caffeine helps stimulate hair growth and supports strong and healthy hair. 

Benefits

Promotes hair growth
Repairs and prevents hair damage
Combats and decreases frizz

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Thailand

Guava Fruit Extract

Superfruit Guava contains powerful antioxidants, fighting off free radicals and preventing hair damage. Guava is also one of the richest sources of Vitamin C, containing 2x more Vitamin C than oranges! Guava also creates a natural UV barrier, shielding hair from sun damage, which can leave hair dry, brittle and damaged.

Benefits

UV protection

Prevents hair damage

Deep nourishment

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Brazil

Murumuru Butter

Murumuru Butter has a high lauric acid content, a fatty acid shown to penetrate the hair’s shaft. This allows for increased moisture retention and sealing of the cuticle, resulting in softer and more hydrafted hair. As a rich emollient for hair, Murumuru Butter softens hair while keeping your hair shiny and healthy.

Benefits

Boosts hair shine
Ultimate moisture retention
Softens hair

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USA

Yucca Extract

Thanks to its cleansing and antiseptic properties, Yucca contains natural surfactants called saponins that clean the hair and skin naturally. Unlike harsh, drying chemical surfactants, those found in Yucca are not only promoting cleansing of the scalp, but shedding and exfoliation of dead skin cells. Yucca is also loaded with antioxidants, which make it an excellent soother and calmer of irritated scalp.

Benefits

Antiseptic
Exfoliates the scalp
Soothes irritation

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USA

Witch Hazel

Known for sebum control and ultimate scalp health, Witch Hazel diminishes flaking, balances sebum production and by boosting circulation, help keep hair follicles well-nourished.

Benefits

Diminishes flaking
Deep nourishment
Boosts circulation

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Mexico

Safflower Seed Extract

High in fatty acids and various vitamins and minerals, Safflower Seed provides your scalp and hair with the nutrients they need for healthy and strong hair. Safflower Oil also contains a wide array of antioxidants known to protect hair against the harsh effects of environmental stressors.

Benefits

Promotes hair health
Acts as a protective film
Improves hair strength

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Brazil

Tamarind Extract

Due to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, Tamarind makes your hair stronger and prevents breakage.

Benefits

Promotes hair strength
Anti-inflammatory
Reduces breakage and split ends

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Peru

Babassu oil

With a nutrient-rich harmony of antioxidants, fatty acids and phytosterols, Babassu Oil regenerates hair and promotes scalp health. The oil soothes irritation, repairs split ends and moisturizes the scalp.

Benefits

Soothes irritation
Repairs split ends
Moisturizes the scalp

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Brazil

Patauá oil

Rich in omega-9 and fatty acids, Patauá Oil helps to reduce scalp flakiness, while promoting follicle health for optimal performance and hair growth. The oil starts at the root moisturizing and calming the scalp and works all the way to the ends of the hair, resulting in intense hydration.

Benefits

Promotes hair health
Intense hydration
Moisturizes the scalp

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Ecuador

Maracujá oil

Through its high content of Omega-6 fatty acids, flavonoids and gamma-oryzanol, Maracujá Oil, also known as Passion Fruit Oil, forms a protective film and promotes hair glossiness and shine.

Benefits

Promotes hair glossiness
Boosts hair shine
Acts as a protective film

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Peru

Cupuaçu butter

Rich in phytosterols and fatty acids, Cupuaçu Butter has the unique ability to optimize moisture retention by regulating the balance of natural lipids throughout the hair.  The butter also nourishes and moisturizes the scalp, while increasing the overall shine of hair.

Benefits

Ultimate moisture retention
Deep nourishment
Boosts hair shine

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Guatemala

Aloe vera

Aloe Vera acts as an unparalleled conditioner, leaving your hair smooth and shiny, while promoting hair growth. This miracle-plant possesses reparative proteolytic enzymes, alongside anti-inflammatory properties to help soothe the scalp and calm irritation.

Benefits

Restores and repairs hair
Anti-inflammatory
Soothes irritation

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Brazil

Açai oil

Through a combination of Omega-6 fatty acids, flavonoids and gamma-oryzanol, Açai Oil adds a protective film to the hair, promoting hair glossiness and shine, while decreasing frizz. Its protective coating of antioxidants is also essential for protecting hair color, as it prevents oxidation from free radicals, prone to cause fading.

Benefits

Combats and decreases frizz
Promotes hair glossiness
Acts as a protective film

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India

Castor oil

Castor Oil by way of ricinoleic acid and Omega-6 fatty acids, enhances overall hair health, in turn promoting hair growth. The oil is an anti-inflammatory that increases hair strand flexibility and shine.

Benefits

Increases hair strand flexibility
Promotes hair growth
Boosts hair shine

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Mexico

Chia seed oil

Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, phosphorus, and zinc, Chia Seed Oil possesses moisturizing properties which aid in nourishing and conditioning the scalp, while improving hair strength, to avoid hair loss and breakage.

Benefits

Moisturizes the scalp
Improves hair strength
Deep nourishment and hydration

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Brazil

Pequi Oil

Brazilian super fruit, Pequi, contains nourishing vitamins and minerals that contribute to its moisturizing capabilities. Pequi is especially good for curly hair, maximizing definition with an added curl-boost and reducing frizz.

Benefits

Moisturizes hair

Boosts curls and reduces frizz
Maximizes definition

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Mexico

Blue Agave Extract

Blue Agave extracts attracts and retains water, allowing for overall healthier and smoother hair. In addition, Agave also has the ability to deep condition dry and damaged hair, promoting healthy hair strength and elasticity.

Benefits

Promotes hair strength
Deep nourishment and hydration
Improves hair elasticity

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Mexico

Avocado Oil

Avocado contains powerful fatty acids and oleic acids, providing many essential nutrients that improve hair health and lead to reduction in breakage and split ends. Because of its fatty acids, avocado oil will strengthen the hair from the inside to help prevent damage, making hair more flexible.

Benefits

Reduces breakage and split ends
Strengthens hair
Increases hair strand flexibility

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USA

Caffeine

Rich in antioxidants, Caffeine repairs and prevents hair damage while softening and smoothing dry and frizzy hair. Caffeine is also a natural acidic, which helps to fight hair breakage. Caffeine helps stimulate hair growth and supports strong and healthy hair. 

Benefits

Promotes hair growth
Repairs and prevents hair damage
Combats and decreases frizz

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Thailand

Guava Fruit Extract

Superfruit Guava contains powerful antioxidants, fighting off free radicals and preventing hair damage. Guava is also one of the richest sources of Vitamin C, containing 2x more Vitamin C than oranges! Guava also creates a natural UV barrier, shielding hair from sun damage, which can leave hair dry, brittle and damaged.

Benefits

UV protection

Prevents hair damage

Deep nourishment

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Brazil

Murumuru Butter

Murumuru Butter has a high lauric acid content, a fatty acid shown to penetrate the hair’s shaft. This allows for increased moisture retention and sealing of the cuticle, resulting in softer and more hydrafted hair. As a rich emollient for hair, Murumuru Butter softens hair while keeping your hair shiny and healthy.

Benefits

Boosts hair shine
Ultimate moisture retention
Softens hair

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USA

Yucca Extract

Thanks to its cleansing and antiseptic properties, Yucca contains natural surfactants called saponins that clean the hair and skin naturally. Unlike harsh, drying chemical surfactants, those found in Yucca are not only promoting cleansing of the scalp, but shedding and exfoliation of dead skin cells. Yucca is also loaded with antioxidants, which make it an excellent soother and calmer of irritated scalp.

Benefits

Antiseptic
Exfoliates the scalp
Soothes irritation

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USA

Witch Hazel

Known for sebum control and ultimate scalp health, Witch Hazel diminishes flaking, balances sebum production and by boosting circulation, help keep hair follicles well-nourished.

Benefits

Diminishes flaking
Deep nourishment
Boosts circulation

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Mexico

Safflower Seed Extract

High in fatty acids and various vitamins and minerals, Safflower Seed provides your scalp and hair with the nutrients they need for healthy and strong hair. Safflower Oil also contains a wide array of antioxidants known to protect hair against the harsh effects of environmental stressors.

Benefits

Promotes hair health
Acts as a protective film
Improves hair strength

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Brazil

Tamarind Extract

Due to its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties, Tamarind makes your hair stronger and prevents breakage.

Benefits

Promotes hair strength
Anti-inflammatory
Reduces breakage and split ends

We say no to

Our Free-of List

We care as much about the ingredients we choose not to include, as we do the ones we consciously include. 

Did you know that Europe has banned over 1,600 harmful and potentially toxic ingredients, while the U.S. only bans 30 of them? At Ceremonia we pride ourselves in pushing the boundaries of what the future of beauty can be and have banned over 1,600 ingredients and beyond, following the EU framework.  

We exclude ingredients linked to skin irritations and allergies, hormone disruption, cancer, as well as ingredients that negatively impact the environment and welfare of animals. The below lists all the categories where the 1,600+ ingredients fall under.

Irritations & Allergies
Hormone Disruption
Cancer
Environmental Concerns
Animal Derived Ingredients
Artificial Colorants - +

Made with synthetic chemicals and may contain heavy metals salts that can deposit toxicity onto the skin. These toxins increase your risk of skin sensitivity, irritation, allergies and are known for blocking pores.

BHA - +

Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) is a synthetic antioxidant and preservative that prevents products from going bad.

BHT - +

Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT) is a carbon-based preservative that prevents products from going bad.

Ethanolamines - +

Helps to adjust the pH of a product to keep it from degrading when stored in a container. DEA and DEA-related ingredients also function as foaming agents in cosmetics.

Formaldehyde & Formaldehyde Releasers - +

These compounds work as an antimicrobial agent and preservative. They release a small amount of formaldehyde over the shelf-life of a product and include many compounds such as Dmdm Hydantoin, Diazolidinyl Urea and Benzyl Hemiformal amongst many others.

Methyl Cellosolve - +

Solvent used as an additive in perfumes. Also includes 2-Methoxyethanol.

MCI & MIT - +

Methylchloroisothiazolinone (MCI) and Methylisothiazolinone (MIT) are preservatives active against bacteria, yeast and fungi.

Resorcinol - +

An amino acid alcohol used as an antiseptic and disinfectant.

Sulfates - +

Chemicals used as cleansing agents. The purpose of these sulfates is to create a lathering effect creating the foamy texture you get when you massage shampoo into your hair and scalp.

Toluene - +

Toxic solvent, mostly found in nail products and hair dyes. EWG considers toluene to be one of the most toxic ingredients on the market.

Aluminum Powder - +

It’s a byproduct from aluminum manufacturing, used as a color additive.

BHA - +

Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) is a synthetic antioxidant and preservative that prevents products from going bad.

Chemical Sunscreens - +

Active ingredients included in chemical sunscreens absorb into the skin and then absorb UV rays, convert the rays into heat and then release the heat from the skin. Includes Benzophenone, Oxybenzone, Octinoxate amongst others.

Parabens - +

Commonly used as a preservative to typically extend the shelf life of products way beyond what’s truly needed. Includes Butylparaben, Isopropylparaben, Methylparaben.

Perfluorinated Compound - +

Mainly used in different products because of their oil-, stain- and water-repellent properties. Includes PFASs or PFCs.

Phthalates - +

Plasticizing chemicals, used to make plastics more flexible and harder to break. Some of them are also being used as dissolving agents for other materials.

Resorcinol - +

An amino acid alcohol used as an antiseptic and disinfectant. 

Triclosan & Triclocarban - +

Antibacterial and antifungal compounds used in personal care to reduce or prevent bacterial contamination.

BHA - +

Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) is a synthetic antioxidant and preservative that prevents products from going bad.

BHT - +

Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT) is a carbon-based preservative that prevents products from going bad.

Ethoxylated Ingredients - +

Being synthetically produced using carcinogens, they are potentially contaminated with cancer causing substances. Includes Polysorbate-40, Steareth-20, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), Ammonium Laureth Sulfate (ALS) amongst others.

Formaldehyde - +

These compounds work as an antimicrobial agent and preservative. They release a small amount of formaldehyde over the shelf-life of a product. Includes Formaldehyde "releasers" or "donors" including Formaldehyde Resin, Methenamine, Benzyl Hemiformal amongst others.

Perfluorinated Compound - +

Mainly used in different products because of their oil-, stain- and water-repellent properties. Includes PFASs or PFCs.

Petrolatum, Paraffin & Mineral Oil - +

Petrolatum is a semisolid mixture derived from processed petroleum. Mineral Oil, Paraffin Wax, Liquid Paraffin, and several other ingredients are byproducts from petroleum distillation.

EDTA - +

A stabilizer used in cosmetics to prevent ingredients in a given formula from binding with trace elements (minerals) that can be present in water. EDTA also keeps other ingredients from causing unwanted changes to a product’s texture, odor and/or consistency.

PFASs or PFCs - +

Defined as: mainly used in different products because of their oil, stain and water-repellent properties.

Silicones - +

Used in hair care products as a sealant against water and air, it gives the hair the illusion of shine, but it is not the shine we really want- it’s artificial shine from the light reflecting on the plastic seal. Silicones also form a coating around hair cuticles, which gives the hair a conditioned feel, but it ironically actually prevents the hair from absorbing moisture, meaning it does more harm than good. Silicones can also weigh the hair down, as it can behave like a magnet for dirt and other ingredients. Last but not least, silicones are believed to not be non-degradable and persist in the environment, meaning they end up in nature after you rinse them off.

Triclosan & Triclocarban - +

Antibacterial and antifungal compounds used in personal care to reduce or prevent bacterial contamination.

Animal Derived Ingredients - +

Any material derived from the body of an animal, including Animal Musks and Animal Fats, used as emollients, emulsifier, colorants and film foaming agents amongst others. 

Artificial Colorants - +

Made with synthetic chemicals and may contain heavy metals salts that can deposit toxicity onto the skin. These toxins increase your risk of skin sensitivity, irritation, allergies and are known for blocking pores.

Formaldehyde & Formaldehyde Releasers - +

These compounds work as an antimicrobial agent and preservative. They release a small amount of formaldehyde over the shelf-life of a product and include many compounds such as Dmdm Hydantoin, Diazolidinyl Urea and Benzyl Hemiformal amongst many others.

Sulfates - +

Chemicals used as cleansing agents. The purpose of these sulfates is to create a lathering effect creating the foamy texture you get when you massage shampoo into your hair and scalp.

Chemical Sunscreens - +

Active ingredients included in chemical sunscreens absorb into the skin and then absorb UV rays, convert the rays into heat and then release the heat from the skin. Includes Benzophenone, Oxybenzone, Octinoxate amongst others.

Resorcinol - +

An amino acid alcohol used as an antiseptic and disinfectant. 

Ethoxylated Ingredients - +

Being synthetically produced using carcinogens, they are potentially contaminated with cancer causing substances. Includes Polysorbate-40, Steareth-20, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES), Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS), Ammonium Laureth Sulfate (ALS) amongst others.

EDTA - +

A stabilizer used in cosmetics to prevent ingredients in a given formula from binding with trace elements (minerals) that can be present in water. EDTA also keeps other ingredients from causing unwanted changes to a product’s texture, odor and/or consistency.

Animal Derived Ingredients - +

Any material derived from the body of an animal, including Animal Musks and Animal Fats, used as emollients, emulsifier, colorants and film foaming agents amongst others. 

BHA - +

Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) is a synthetic antioxidant and preservative that prevents products from going bad.

Methyl Cellosolve - +

Solvent used as an additive in perfumes. Also includes 2-Methoxyethanol.

Toluene - +

Toxic solvent, mostly found in nail products and hair dyes. EWG considers toluene to be one of the most toxic ingredients on the market.

Parabens - +

Commonly used as a preservative to typically extend the shelf life of products way beyond what’s truly needed. Includes Butylparaben, Isopropylparaben, Methylparaben.

Triclosan & Triclocarban - +

Antibacterial and antifungal compounds used in personal care to reduce or prevent bacterial contamination.

Formaldehyde - +

These compounds work as an antimicrobial agent and preservative. They release a small amount of formaldehyde over the shelf-life of a product. Includes Formaldehyde "releasers" or "donors" including Formaldehyde Resin, Methenamine, Benzyl Hemiformal amongst others.

PFASs or PFCs - +

Defined as: mainly used in different products because of their oil, stain and water-repellent properties.

BHT - +

Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT) is a carbon-based preservative that prevents products from going bad.

MCI & MIT - +

Methylchloroisothiazolinone (MCI) and Methylisothiazolinone (MIT) are preservatives active against bacteria, yeast and fungi.

Aluminum Powder - +

It’s a byproduct from aluminum manufacturing, used as a color additive.

Perfluorinated Compound - +

Mainly used in different products because of their oil-, stain- and water-repellent properties. Includes PFASs or PFCs.

BHA - +

Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) is a synthetic antioxidant and preservative that prevents products from going bad.

Perfluorinated Compound - +

Mainly used in different products because of their oil-, stain- and water-repellent properties. Includes PFASs or PFCs.

Silicones - +

Used in hair care products as a sealant against water and air, it gives the hair the illusion of shine, but it is not the shine we really want- it’s artificial shine from the light reflecting on the plastic seal. Silicones also form a coating around hair cuticles, which gives the hair a conditioned feel, but it ironically actually prevents the hair from absorbing moisture, meaning it does more harm than good. Silicones can also weigh the hair down, as it can behave like a magnet for dirt and other ingredients. Last but not least, silicones are believed to not be non-degradable and persist in the environment, meaning they end up in nature after you rinse them off.

Ethanolamines - +

Helps to adjust the pH of a product to keep it from degrading when stored in a container. DEA and DEA-related ingredients also function as foaming agents in cosmetics.

Resorcinol - +

An amino acid alcohol used as an antiseptic and disinfectant.

BHA - +

Butylated Hydroxyanisole (BHA) is a synthetic antioxidant and preservative that prevents products from going bad.

Phthalates - +

Plasticizing chemicals, used to make plastics more flexible and harder to break. Some of them are also being used as dissolving agents for other materials.

BHT - +

Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT) is a carbon-based preservative that prevents products from going bad.

Petrolatum, Paraffin & Mineral Oil - +

Petrolatum is a semisolid mixture derived from processed petroleum. Mineral Oil, Paraffin Wax, Liquid Paraffin, and several other ingredients are byproducts from petroleum distillation.

Triclosan & Triclocarban - +

Antibacterial and antifungal compounds used in personal care to reduce or prevent bacterial contamination.

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