The human integumentary system’s largest organ, skin interacts with the environment and protects the body from viruses and hazardous chemicals. It comes into contact with the environment in daily life, either directly or indirectly, through a variety of sources, such as skincare products available on the market. We examine a list of a few substances that have been demonstrated to alleviate skin ailments while simultaneously causing serious acute diseases in this study. Sodium lauryl sulphate, diethanolamine, nanoparticles (zinc oxide, titanium oxide), monoethanolamine, triethanolamine, propylene glycol, and butylene glycol are all found in most skin care products and have both good and negative effects. The primary goal of this research is to shed light on skincare products that include chemicals that have been demonstrated to be hazardous to the human body.
Thomson Reuters, India.
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