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The Patch test (Allergy Test) is a method used to determine whether a particular substance causes allergic inflammation in the patient’s skin. Any person who may have allergic contact dermatitis and/or atopic dermatitis may benefit from such an examination.

Process:

  1. Patient History imprinting.
  2. 48 hours placement of special strips coated with chemical substances on the patient’s back with special strips.
  3. Then and after two days the strips are removed and the first reading takes place.
  4. The second reading takes place after 72 hours and the final results are delivered.
Possible sources of allergies
Indicative photos of allergic dermatitis
Possible sources of allergies
  • Skins, fur products, paints, cement, plastic, ink, local medicines, cosmetics, deodorant, soaps, vaccines, dental products, veterinary medicine, medicines
  • Rubber products and accessories, insect-parasitic, dyes, varnishes, inks, acrylic resins, orthopedic intentions, oils, tattoos, chemical fertilizers, electric equipment, shaving creams,…
  • Candies, spices, sauces, beverages, toothpaste, facial masks, socks and underwear, shoes, toys
  • Materials for industrial plastics, electric products, oil, cinnamon, food, seafood, fruits and vegetables.

The test patches are used to detect the cause of allergic dermatitis The European standards range is widely used in Europe and other parts of the world. The chemicals used for the tests have been carefully tested by manufacturers and dermatologists to determine the most appropriate concentration for testing. If the concentration is too weak, some people who are allergic to the chemical will not react to the controlled substance (false negative). If it is very strong, some people who are not allergic to the chemical will have a positive irritant reaction (false positive).

European Series Substances

1. Quaternium-15
2. Neomycin sulfate
3. Mercapto Mix
4. Phenylenediamine Base (PPD)
5. Myroxylon Pereirae Resin
6. Benzocaine
7. Fragrance Mix
8th Colophony
9. Sesquiterpene Lactone Mix
10. P-tert-butylphenol formaldehyde resin
11. Cobalt chloride
12. Lanolin Alcohol
13. Topical corticosteroids (call us for details)
14th Methylisothiazolinone
15. Textile Dye Mix
16. Epoxy Resin
17th Primin
18th Thiuram Mix
19. Methyldibromo Glutaronitrile
20. Clioquinol (Chinoform and Vioform)
21. Nickel Sulphate
22. Tixocortol Pivalate
23. N-isopropyl-N-phenyl-4-Phenylenediamine
24. Mercaptobenzothiazole
25th Formaldehyde
26. Potassium Dichromate
27. Fragrance Mix II
28. Isothiazolinone Mix
29th Lyral
30. Parabens Mix
1. Quaternium-15

Quaternium-15 is a preservative that releases formaldehyde. It is used in many cosmetic and pharmaceutical preparations. It is also used as a preservative in many commercial and industrial products.

CosmeticsSanitary Ware-Pharmaceutical productsIndustrial
Powders
Eye makeup (layers, shadows, mascara)
Face Makeup (Blush)
Make up
Shampoo
Soaps
Moisturizing Lotions and creams
Shaving products
Body Powders
Sunscreen
Cleansers and other skin care products
Disinfectants
Adhesives
Wax and mud floor
Paper and paperboard
Water-based inks
Latex Paints
Industrial cutting Fluid
Laundry starch
Common Cement
Print Pastes

2. Neomycin sulfate

Neomycin is an antibacterial that is widely used in topical creams, ointments, lotions, eye products and guttonoid. It is often found in combinations of products containing other antibacterial and corticosteroids. These prescription and non-prescription preparations are used to treat a variety of skin, ocular and external disorders of the infected ear. Neomycin tablets taken orally can be used to suppress gastrointestinal bacteria prior to surgery to prevent infection. It is also used as a preservative in certain vaccines.

AntibioticsVaccinesOther possible sources
Topical creams, ointments, lotions
Eye products
Ear Drops
Oral preparations
Antibiotics
Rare deodorants
Soaps and cosmetics
Dental Solutions
Pet food
Veterinary Products

3. Mercapto Mix

Rubber accelerators are chemically used to accelerate the process of manufacturing rubber (vulcanism). This process makes raw natural rubber latex suitable for use in the manufacture of many rubber products.

Almost all rubber compounds contain accelerators. The following list lists some products we come to daily contact with:

Household/Entertainment Rubber ProductsClothing and footwear Cosmetics and health care productsWork Products
Anti-slip Carpet coating
Balloons
Elastic strips
Garden Hoses and gloves
Kitchen Gloves
Pillows and Mattresses
Rubber gloves
Sports equipment tyres, e.g. golf equipment and Tennis rackets
Rubber grips (e.g. bicycles, car steering wheel)
Utensils
Rubber caps and glasses
Tyres in lingerie and swimwear
Rubber boots
Sports Shoes
Slippers
Shoe soles
Elastic Waist Belts
Bra
Rubber makeup Sponges
Bulkheads
Rubber latex Condoms
Thiuram Pharmaceuticals
Commercial and agricultural fungicides and pesticides
Dental Products
Headphones
Elastic bandages
Electrical cables
Examination and Surgical Gloves
Gas masks
Cover for fuel tanks
Protective rubber aprons
Seals and cables
Rubber mats
Rubber stoppers in Medical syringes
Goggles
Shock absorbers
Stethoscopes
Veterinary products, e.g. spray spraying spray

4. Phenylenediamine Base (PPD)

Paraphenol-Diamine (PPD) is a chemical that is widely used as permanent hair dye. It can also be found in textile or fur dyes, dark-colored cosmetics, temporary tattoos, photographic and lithography plates, photocopiers and printing inks, black rubber, oils, grease and gasoline.

Alternative ingredient names:

  • PPD or PPDA
  • Phenylenediamine Base
  • P-Phenylenediamine
  • 4-Phenylenediamine
  • 1.4-Phenylenediamine
  • 4-Benzenediamine
  • 1.4-Benzenediamine
  • Para-Diaminobenzene (P-diaminobenzene)
  • Para-Aminoaniline (P-aminoaniline)
  • Orsin™
  • Rodol™
  • Ursol™
5. Myroxylon Pereirae Resin

Balm of peru (Myroxylon pereirae resin)Not only used for its aromatic and stabilizing properties, but also for mild antiseptic, antifungal and anti-parasitic properties. It has three main uses: in perfumes and toiletries, in food and beverages, in medicines. The following table lists some of the products that may contain Peru balsam and/or chemical related substances.

AromaticFood Medicines
Perfumes
Deodorants
Shaving Lotion
Cosmetics
Pharmaceutical Creams and ointments
Baby Powders
Sunscreen
Lotion
Shampoo
Flavored tea, coffee and tobacco
Citrus Peel
Bakery and confectionery products
Cola and other refreshments
aperitif, e.g. vermouth, bitter
spices, e.g. cinnamon, cloves, vanilla, nutmeg, paprika, curry
Haemoid suppositories and ointment e.g., Anusol™
Benzene base
Wound sprays
Caline Lotion
Dental Cement
Cough medicine, Pastilles
Lip preparation
Insect repellents
Surgical Pads
Toothpaste and mouthwash
6. Benzocaine

Benzaine is a widely used local and local anesthetic. It is used in pharmaceutical formulations and rare in cosmetics. Doctors and dentists use benzocaine preparations, especially on mucosal surfaces, such as the mouth, to prepare the area for injection.

The allergy to Benzocaine may also mean sensitivity to other local anesthetic agents.

Preparations containing benzocaine

  • Preparations for wounds and burns
  • Haemoid preparations
  • Oral and gingistally Products
  • Pastilles of sore throats
  • Creams for the treatment of Poison ivy
  • Products for Toothache
7. Fragrance Mix

Fragrance mix is a mixture of 8 individual fragrances used to control allergy to perfume. The 8 listed are the most common that cause allergies and are used in many products of aromatic properties.

SubstancesUse
Kinnamomic alcoholIn perfumes, cosmetics, deodorants, paper, laundry detergents, toilet soaps, personal hygiene products
Aromatism in Beverages (cola, bitter, vermouth)
Chewing gum, toothpaste and mouthwash
Kinnamic AldehydeCinnamon Oil
EugenolIn perfumes, cosmetics, deodorants, paper, laundry detergents, toilet soaps, personal hygiene products
Aromatism in Beverages (cola, bitter, vermouth)
Chewing gum, toothpaste and mouthwash
Isoeugenol
GeraniolThe most widely used fragrance in perfumes, colons, face makeup and skin care products
The most widely used fragrance in perfumes, colons, face makeup and skin care products
Alpha amyloquinnic AlcoholIn perfumes, soaps, cosmetics and toothpaste
HydroxykitronellalIn perfumes, soaps, cosmetics, eye cream, aftershaves
It is also used in insecticides and antiseptic
Oak Moss AbsoluteUsually used in colons, aftershaves and aromatic products for men

8th Colophony

The juice or the sticky substance that comes from pines and firs. It is used in a wide range of products. The table below shows only some of the many products containing rosin

Home/Entertainment productsLabour supplies
* Cosmetics (e.g. mascara, lipstick, eye shadow, conditioner creams, nail polish)
* Adhesives (e.g. gluing of gypsum and film, adhesives)
* Medications (e.g. mucous membranes, creams for colds, diaper creams, hemorrhoids creams, sprays)
* Toiletries (e.g. transparent soaps, waxing, dental floss, sunscreens, cell creams and first aid ointments)
* Household items (e.g. footwear wax, floor polishes, cars and furniture, washing soaps)
* Entertainment (e.g. handles for sports rackets, fireworks, ski wax)
* Chewing gum
* Firewood and pines in the garden
* Paper Products
* Dyeing, varnishes, sealants
* Cements, Stucco
* Linoleum, floor coverings and tiles
* Print Inks
* Sawdust and resin from pine and fir
* Asphalt Products
* Welding Products
* Corrosion Inhibitors
* Lubricant and lubricant fattening
* Topical drugs in dentistry
* Veterinary Medicines
* Waterproofing Instruments
* Machinery belts in the industry

9. Sesquiterpene Lactone Mix

These are allergies caused by the Compositae family of plants. They include about 20,000 kinds of flowers, herbs and vegetables, such as star plants, daisies and sunflowers. They appear all over the world and are located in gardens, streets and deserts. Account for 10% of all flowering plants.

Compositae Family
ArnicaArtichoke, globeArtichoke, wildBitterweed
BonesetBroomweedBurdockCapeweed
Chamomile, RomanChamomile, GermanChampaca of PerfumeryChickweed
ChicoryChrysanthemumCockleburCosmos
Costus of PerfumeryCotton ThistleDandelionEchinacea
EnceliaEndiveElecampaneFeverfew
FireweedFleabaneGayuleGoldenrod
HampweedHelianthusHogweedIronweed
Laurel OilLeafcupLettuceLiverwort
MargueriteMarigoldMarsh ElderMugwort
OxeyePartheniumPyrethrumRagweed
RagwortSagebrushSneezeweedSow Thistle
Star ThistleStinkwortSunflowerTansy
Tulip TreeWhitewood of CommerceWormwoodYarrow

10. P-tert-butylphenol formaldehyde resin

PTBP is phenol-formaldehyde resin used mainly in adhesives. It has very good mooring properties and applies especially to the surfaces of leather and rubber. For these reasons, the PTBP formaldehyde is mainly found in leather goods such as shoes, bags, belts and watches.

Sources of exposure to PTBP
Adhesives
Masking tapes
Cars
Commercial deodorants and Disinfectants
Dental Bonding Materials
Glass Products
Adhesives
Masking tapes
Cars
Commercial deodorants and Disinfectants
Dental Bonding Materials
Glass Products
Film Products
Adhesives (DIY Adhesives)
Insecticides
Insulating materials
Inks
Leather Products
Masonry sealants
Medical items such as hearing aids, prosthetics articles, sports tape
Plywood
Rubber Products
Varnishes

11. Cobalt chloride

Cobalt is a metal found naturally in the soil, in dust and in seawater. It is usually found in combination with nickel. The cobalt and its salts have many uses, the table below shows some of the many sources of cobalt and where or how we can contact them either at home or at work.

Household goods Labour supplies
In porcelain, glass, ceramics, ceramics and enamels (Red/blue color)
Watercolor
Metal objects
Buckles
Buttons
Zip closure
Jewelry
Utensils
Tools
Medical uses
Vitamin B12 preparations for the treatment of anemia
Metal prostheses
Dental Plates
Hair dyes, cobalt dye produces light shades of hair
Deodorants
Cobalt is used as a binder in hard metals for the creation of drills, cutting tools, mechanical components
Naphthenic Cobalt is a common catalyst in the manufacture of polyester resins
Manufacture of alloys containing cobalt
As an oxidizing agent in car exhaust controls, tyre industry and electrolytic coating
Cement industry. Cement contains cobalt oxides
In some paints and varnishes there are desikonts or dried cobalt
Connecting factor in the carbide industry
Liquid clay containing cobalt used by pottery workers

12. Lanolin Alcohol

Lanolin is a natural product obtained from the wool of sheep. It blends well with water and is therefore particularly useful in the manufacture of pharmaceutical and cosmetic formulations.

Pharmaceutical products Cosmetics Industrial
Creams/ointments containing steroids
Haemoid preparations
Healing Shampoo
Veterinary Products
Hand Creams
Moisturizing substances
Protective creams
Sunscreen
Shiny Lipstick
Makeup Remover
Powders, foundations
Eye Makeup
Hairspray
Shaving creams
Children’s Oils
Printing ink
Furniture and shoe polish
Textile Finiers
Lubricants, cutting fluids
Paper
Skin

13. Topical corticosteroids (call us for details)

Corticosteroids, also referred to as steroids or cortisone, are a group of anti-inflammatory agents used in the treatment of many ailments and diseases. There are many different types of steroids with varying potency and actions. Topical corticosteroids are used in many inflammatory rashes. They are available in a variety of forms such as creams, ointments, lotions, eye preparations and bottles.

Topical steroids are also often found in combination preparations with antibacterial and antifungal agents. These prescription and non-prescription preparations are used to treat a variety of skin, ocular and external ear disorders that are inflamed and sometimes infected.

14th Methylisothiazolinone

Methylisothiazolinon (MI) is a preservative. The MI was originally used in paints, adhesives/glues cleaners etc., as a mixture of Methylchlorothiazolinon (MCI). Since 2005, it has been widely used in cosmetics and household products such as liquid wipes, shampoos, cleaners and liquid washing products.

Cosmetics Pharmaceuticals-Personal hygiene products Industrial and household products
Base for painting/concealer
Bronzers/Tanning Creams
Eye Shadows
Mascaras
Makeup Remover
Moisturizing substances
Wipes Makeup Remover
Disposable Wipes
Sunscreen
Shampoo/Pruners
Bath Soaps
Soaps/halloumi/Body Soaps
Baby Wet Wipes
Creams/Lotions
OTC and prescription drugs
Liquid cleaning cleaners for personal hygiene, sunglasses cleaners etc
ECG Gel
Detergents/Cleaners
Cloth softeners/Washing detergents
Varnishes
Pesticides
Happy Stars
Adhesives
Latex Emulsions
Cooling
Coolers
Pulp and paper industry
Hardening Agents
Thermal fuels
Printing inks
Cleaners

15. Textile Dye Mix

Textile dyes are used to impart colour to fabrics and are incorporated during the treatment of the fabric along with other chemical additives such as finishing and combustion-retardant agents.

The allergy to dyeing textile products is caused by any of the many different dyes that are available in products today. Below are sorted the different types of paint and the way they are used.

Paint type Applications
AcidWool, silk, paper, synthetic fibers, leather
BasicMostly synthetic fibers, some uses for silk, wool, paper
DirectCotton, paper, leather, wool, silk, nylon
VatCotton, cellulosic (e.g., rayon) and intercut ins
SulphurCotton, cellulosic fibers, commonly used to produce dark black color of socks
DisperseSynthetic fibres such as polyester, acrylic and cellulosic fibers. The pigments are finely ground in the presence of a dispersing agent and sold as a paste or dried by spraying and sold as dust.
ReactiveThe most permanent pigments are easy because the dye can be applied at room temperature. Best choice for dyeing cotton and other cellulose fibers at home or in the art studio.
AzoThe dye is produced by processing a fibre with both the diazoate and the coupling accessories. This method is not so common because of its toxicity. It is mainly used in printing inks and pigments.

16. Epoxy Resin

Epoxy resin systems are widely used in industry due to their strong adhesion properties, chemical resistance and durability.

Uses of epoxy resin
Surface coating (providing tough, durable and rust resistant surfaces)
Paint for ships and other marine uses.
Steel Pipes
Electrical insulating materials (for the avoidance of electric shock)
Transformers, condensers, capacitors and other electrical components
Adhesives
It is widely used in many industries for strong welding properties, e.g. aircraft, flooring, road and bridge surfaces, concrete bonding, car manufacturers
DIY applications
Used in some dental binders
PVC Production
Some vinyl, plastic and PVC products contain seasonal resins, e.g. glass frames, vinyl gloves, handbags, plastic necklaces

17th Primin

Primula obconica

A perennial herb whose leaves are basically, simple, elongated and with glandular hairs.

18th Thiuram Mix

Rubber accelerators are chemically used to accelerate the process of manufacturing rubber (vulcanism). This process makes raw natural rubber latex suitable for use in the manufacture of many rubber products.

Household/Entertainment Rubber Products Clothing and footwear Cosmetics and Healthcare Products Work Products
Anti-slip Carpet coating
Balloons
Elastic strips
Garden Hoses and gloves
Kitchen Gloves
Pillows and Mattresses
Rubber gloves
Sports equipment, e.g. Tennis rackets
Rubber grips (e.g. bicycles, car steering wheel)
Utensils
Rubber caps and glasses
Elastic in lingerie and swimwear
Rubber boots
Sports Shoes
Slippers
Shoe soles
Elasticized Waist Belts
Bra
Makeup Sponges
Bulkheads
Condoms
Antabuse
Commercial and agricultural fungicides and pesticides
Dental dams
Headphones
Elastic bandages
Electrical cables
Examination and Surgical Gloves
Gas masks
Cover for fuel tanks
Protective rubber aprons
Rubber hoses, seals and cables
Rubber mats
Rubber stoppers in Medical syringes
Tires
Goggles
Shock absorbers
Stethoscopes
Veterinary products, e.g. spray spraying spray

19. Methyldibromo Glutaronitrile

methyldibrominated Glutitrile (MDBGN) is a preservative containing bromine and has been used in cosmetic preparations and certain industrial products. Details:

Cosmetics/Hygiene Products Commercial/Industrial Products
* Body Creams
* Face/Hand Lotion
* Massage Oils
* Make up
* Baby Lotion and wipes/damp toilet paper
* Shampoo/Conditioner
* Liquid soaps and shower gels
* Sun Screens
* Cleansers and other skin care products
* Cutting Oils
* Drilling Oils
* coolants
* Glues and adhesives
* Medical products such as ultrasound gels

20. Clioquinol (Chinoform and Vioform)

Cliokinol is a quinoline compound that has antibacterial and antifungal properties. It is found in topical preparations to treat skin infections such as eczema, athlete’s foot and other fungal infections. It was also found in combination preparations with hydrocortisone. It can be found in preparations for the eyes and ears.

21. Nickel Sulphate

Nickel allergy is one of the most common causes of allergic contact dermatitis. In infected individuals, dermatitis develops in places where the metal containing nickel touches the skin.

The most common signs of nickel dermatitis are the lobes (from earrings), the wrists (from a watch strap) and the lower abdomen (from the jeans).

Jewelry Nickel in clothes Personal belongings Metal Objects at home
Necklaces
Necklaces
Earrings
Bracelets
Watch Straps
Rings
Etc
Metal Zipper
Bra Clasp
Pins
Buttons
Nails
Eyeglasses frames
Etc
Mobile PHONES
Lipstick caps
Bags
Lighters
Razors
Keys
Keychain
Knives and Pens
Coins
Etc
Cabinet handles
Kitchenware
Cutlery
Toaster
Teapots
Scissors
Needles
Pins
Calipers
Vacuum Cleaners
Lenses
Bottles
Etc

22. Tixocortol Pivalate

Corticosteroids, also referred to as steroids or cortisone, are a group of anti-inflammatory agents used in the treatment of many ailments and diseases. There are many different types of steroids with varying potency and actions. Topical corticosteroids are used in many inflammatory rashes. They are available in various forms such as creams, ointments, lotions, eye preparations and bottles.

23. N-isopropyl-N-phenyl-4-Phenylenediamine

Corticosteroids, also referred to as steroids or cortisone, are a group of anti-inflammatory agents used in the treatment of many ailments and diseases. There are many different types of steroids with varying potency and actions. Topical corticosteroids are used in many inflammatory rashes. They are available in various forms such as creams, ointments, lotions, eye preparations and bottles.

24. Mercaptobenzothiazole

Rubber accelerators are chemically used to accelerate the process of manufacturing rubber (vulcanism). This process makes raw natural rubber latex suitable for use in the manufacture of many rubber products.

Household/Entertainment Rubber Products Clothing and footwear Cosmetics and Healthcare Products Work Products
Anti-slip Carpet coating
Balloons
Elastic strips
Garden Hoses and gloves
Kitchen Gloves
Pillows and Mattresses
Rubber gloves
Sports equipment, e.g. Tennis rackets
Rubber grips (e.g. bicycles, car steering wheel)
Utensils
Rubber caps and glasses
Elastic in lingerie and swimwear
Rubber boots
Sports Shoes
Slippers
Shoe soles
Elasticized Waist Belts
Bra
Makeup Sponges
Bulkheads
Condoms
Antabuse
Commercial and agricultural fungicides and pesticides
Dental dams
Headphones
Elastic bandages
Electrical cables
Examination and Surgical Gloves
Gas masks
Cover for fuel tanks
Protective rubber aprons
Rubber hoses, seals and cables
Rubber mats
Rubber stoppers in Medical syringes
Tires
Goggles
Shock absorbers
Stethoscopes
Veterinary products, e.g. spray spraying spray

25th Formaldehyde

Formaldehyde is a chemical that is widely used in many products in our environment. It would be difficult to record all possible sources of formaldehyde. The table below shows some of the most common.

Sources of formaldehyde
Androgens and anti-sweating
Building materials-compressed wood products such as chipboard, plywood and MDF
Packaged Ice
Cellulose esters
Clothes made of finished crocodilian fabrics with formaldehyde resins
Coating-melamine, urea, sulphonyamide, phenol resins
Cosmetics and toiletries
Disinfectants and Cleaners
Embalming fluid
Fabrics
Adhesives
Medicines
Mould prevention preservatives in fruits and vegetables
Paints and Paints
Paper Products
Phenolic resins and plastics found in buttons, footwear and jewellery
Photographic plates
Varnishes
Preservatives
Printing/Engraving Materials
Rubber Cements
Smoke
Tanning means
Vaccines

26. Potassium Dichromate

The largest exposure to chromium salts is through the workplace, mainly from cement and mortar used in the building industry.

Domestic sources Labour sources High risk professions
* Leather goods that have been dyed with chrome, including shoes, gloves and other items worn
* Cosmetics containing chromium (usually yellow-green colors)
* Disinfectants and bleaching agents where chromates are used for chromatic and stabilizing properties
* Match matches
* Green knitted fabric used to cover billiard tables and cards, paint used in cloth dyeing
* Tattoos containing colors (usually yellow-green colors)
* The coolants of the radiator, the chromates are used to stop the rust
* Internal exposure from dental or orthopedic implants containing chromic
* Cement
* Paints containing chromate zinc and chromium to prevent corrosion of nuts and bolts
* Steel alloy metal agents and welders
* Liquids exhaust diesel engines, chromic used to prevent rust or radiators and ducts
* Mixtures resembling plaster used in building repairs contain chromic
* Art Painters
* Harvers
* Pulp and paper industry
* Fake Flower designers
* Photographers of
* Pottery Workers
* Carpenters & Joins
* Explosions Engineers

27. Fragrance Mix II

The Fragrance Mix II is a mixture of individual substances used to control allergy mainly in perfumes and aromatic.

Fragrance Mix II
Citral-Lemon
Citronellol-Mint
Farnesol-Farnesol is present in many essential oils such as Citronella, Neroli, cyclamen, Lemon, tuberose, Rose, musk, balsam and toluene.
Coumarin-is a natural substance found in many plants and a colorless crystalline substance in its normal state. Dye Lasers-OLED.
Alpha-Hexyl Cinnamaldehyde-is a common additive in the perfume and cosmetics industry as an aromatic substance. It is found naturally in the essential oil of chamomile.
is a common additive in the perfume and cosmetics industry as an aromatic substance. It is found naturally in the essential oil of chamomile.

28. Isothiazolinone Mix

It is used as a preservative in cosmetic and commercial household products such as shampoos, cleaners and washing materials. It also has broad industrial uses. The isothiazolinon mixture is best known as a preservative product under the brand name Kathon.

Products that usually contain a mixture of Isothiazolinon:

Cosmetics Pharmaceuticals-Personal hygiene products Industrial and household products
Base for painting/concealer
Bronzers/Tanning Creams
Eye Shadows
Mascaras
Makeup Remover
Moisturizing substances
Wipes Makeup Remover
Disposable Wipes
Sunscreen
Shampoo/Pruners
Bath Soaps
Soaps/halloumi/Body Soaps
Baby Wet Wipes
Creams/Lotions/gels
OTC and prescription drugs
Etc
Detergents/Cleaners
Cloth softeners/Washing detergents
Varnishes
Pesticides
Happy Stars
Adhesives
Latex Emulsions
Cooling
Coolers
Pulp and paper industry
Hardening Agents
Thermal fuels
Printing inks
Cleaners

29th Lyral

Synthetic aroma known by the trade names Lyral, Kovanol, Mugonal, Landolal. It is found in some soaps, bath amenities, desiccants and deodorants.

30. Parabens Mix

The Paraben blend is a mixture of 5 different Paraben esters. Methyl-, ethno-, Propylo-, butyl-and Benzyl-parahydroxybenzoate. Parabens are the most commonly used preservatives in topical pharmaceutical applications. They are also used in cosmetics, skin care products, medicines, food and industrial products in oils, fats, shoe polishes, textiles and adhesives.

Cosmetics Pharmaceuticals-Personal hygiene products Food
* Bases for makeup, powders, consoles
* Eye makeup (layers, shadows, mascara)
* Face Makeup (blush)
* Bronze
* Makeup Remover
* Lipstick
* Nail Products
* Topical dermatological Medicines
* Eyedrops for eyes, ears and nose
* Orthoscopically and vaginal medications
* Bandages and dressings
* Local anesthetics
* Moisturizing Lotions and creams
* toothpastes
* Sun Screens
* Cleansers and other skin care products
* Antiperspirants and Deodorants
* Soaps and toothpastes
* Marinated Fishery products
* Salad Dressings
* Mayonnaise sauce
* Mustard sauce
* Sauces with spices
* Processed Vegetables
* Frozen Dairy products
* Jams and jellies
* Soft drinks and fruit juices

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