You must have looked at the label several times while shopping for groceries to make sure it expired and that there was nothing on the product that could harm your health. Have you ever looked at the cosmetics declaration?
Like all other products, cosmetics can be harmful to your skin, so it's a good idea to check what's on the back. Your skin is important to you and you want it to be healthy, so you have to be careful about what you put on it.
Experts have done various research and come to the conclusion that there are ingredients that should never come into contact with our skin. Some products are known to contain higher concentrations of threonine. It is not so harmful but the use should be consulted with a doctor.
The problem is that tretionin can cause skin burns and pigmentation spots. If you come into contact with a product that contains this ingredient, it may be best to consult a doctor who will best advise you.
Cosmetics used to be full of mercury, but once it was determined how mercury was detrimental to human health, many companies gave up inserting mercury into their products. Unfortunately, it turns out some preparations still have it, so it might be a good idea to read the declaration if you started using a new product.
In addition to mercury, what is not good and what our skin should not touch are steroids. Steroids narrow the blood vessels, and after a long time of use stretch marks appear, and the skin becomes lighter. Stretch marks are a problem that does not go away so easily and once they are difficult to solve.
Hydroquinone can act negatively in certain amounts. It is harmful because it adversely affects cells that are important for the production of melanin, which is important to protect our skin from tumors. Don't be lazy and check every single item you plan to buy. Your health is paramount as it looks.
Author: S.Š., Photo: Africa Studio / Shutterstock