Styrene / Acrylamide Copolymer

Bewertung und Test von Styrene / Acrylamide Copolymer

Styrene / Acrylamide Copolymer, Inhaltsstoff für Kosmetik

Low concern

Funktionen

OPACIFYING

Reduces transparency or translucency of cosmetics.

Problematik

Use is restricted in the EU. Polymer (mostly synthetically produced or modified).


DATENQUELLEN

  • Assessment by CodeCheck’s science department
  • European Commission, Cosmetic Ingredients & Substances

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Without chemicals –

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An insider’s tip! –

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Soft on the skin, good for the environment –

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First a sugar high – ending in a sugar crash –

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