Suitable for oily skin
Sodium Benzoate is listed as a nasty in our pocket guide when used for food. But why then do we allow it in our cosmetics? The amount of sodium benzoate used in cosmetics is much smaller than in food as a preservative. Furthermore, the molecules are too large to be absorbed by the skin. This preservative has been allowed by Ecocert; the Soil Association and BDIH. It has been ranked by the EWG as having a low risk of 1. BUT there are reports circulating on the internet that warn against usage of the preservative even in cosmetics. We believe it is still one of the safer preservatives, but as always, we wanted you to be in the loop. The choice is yours to make.
Aqua, kaolin, green silt, cetearyl alcohol, coconut oil, aloe ferox gel, stearic acid, vitis vinifera (grape) seed oil, glyceryl stearate, citric acid, potassium sorbate, pelargonium graveolens (rose geranium) oil
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Natraloe products were all re-formulated with natural ingredietns in 2009.
Natraloe products were all re-formulated with natural ingredietns in 2009...the sticker is used over the original ingredients rather than waste all the original tubes :-)
This product contains ingredients that have been covered up with a sticker that shows less harmfull ingredients.
This product contains ingredients that have been covered up with a sticker that shows less harmfull ingredients. Upon removal of the sticker I found other harmful ingredients like parabens, Phenoxyethanol, TRIETHANOLAMINE, etc. So frustrating to have to buy a harmful product yet it's sold as 'SAFE'