26 ingredients of hand soap fragrances that cause allergies

Many users hope that hand soap will leave a good smell on the skin, but it should be taken into account that some ingredients of perfumes can cause allergies.

Not all hand soaps combine efficiency and good smell. It is also necessary to keep in mind that some sectors such as food require hands-free soaps, since this can alter the product during handling.

Fragrances and fragrances have been found some of the 26 ingredients that can be harmful, especially for patients, children, pregnant women and people with tendencies to suffer allergies. If hand soap users may be in one of these risk groups, the purchase of products that contain these ingredients should be avoided as a precaution, and its better if the item you buy does not contain any kind of perfume.

When choosing a hand soap suitable for your business, it is important that your advisor provide you with all the information on the product and its corresponding Technical and Safety Data Sheet.

In addition, in the market there are many hand soaps with ecological certificates that also ensure responsible and environmentally responsible consumption.

According to current regulations, it is mandatory that they appear on the labels of any cosmetic or hygiene product. Below is a list of 26 allergenic ingredients for mandatory declaration, so you can discard them:

Amyl cinnamal.
Benzyl alcohol.
Cinnamyl alcohol.
Amylcin-namyl alcohol.
Benzyl salicylate.
Anisyl alcohol.
Benzyl cinnamate.
2- (4-tert-Butylbenzyl) propionald-hyd or lilial or butyl phenyl methylpropional.
Benzyl benzoate.
Hexyl cinnam-aldehyd.
Methyl heptin carbonate.
3-Methyl-4- (2,6,6-tri-methyl-2-cyclohexen-1-yl) -3-buten-2-one.
Oak moss and treemoss extract.
Treemoss extract.

OCU Source: https://www.ocu.org/salud/cuidado-piel/noticias/26-ingredientes-de-los-perfumes-que-causan-balears