Cosmetics and Skin Care

Cosmetics have an amazing impact on people more than people think. The color of cosmetics can enhance the mood of a person, uplift one’s self esteem, and add to the glow of ones personality. Cosmetics can run a gamut; from eye-shadow to deodorant sprays. (For possible business opportunities with skin care, cosmetics, and makeup etc . . . Skip to the bottom of the page!)

Now on the other hand, I found this to be interesting that the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic (FD&C) does not require, the ingredients, to undergo approval before they are sold to the public. One the other hand some regulations do apply to cosmetics.

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According to John Bailey, PhD. (the director of FDS’s Office of Cosmetics and Color) that “consumers believe that ‘if it’s on the market’, it can’t hurt me” and “this belief is sometimes wrong” Afterall, many of the ingredient listed are ony a small list, I mean...many of them (often harmful) may not meet the requirements to be required to be listed! So, what you using you just might be "dying to be beautiful!"

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There are more cosmetics that cause allergic reactions in cretins individuals. The first sign, redness and irritation is often a mild reaction. People who are prone to allergies usually, and should pay close attention to the products used on the skin.

Consumers should be aware of the following terms;

  • Natural
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Alcohol Free
  • Fragrance Free
  • Noncomodogenic
  • Shelf Life (Expiration Date)
  • Cruelty Free

    This might seem like common sense but I’m sure we have see, done or know someone who has done that;

    Never Drive and Apply Makeup – This increases the chance of an accident, injure your face or eye, that could include blindness.

    Never Share Makeup – I know as teens we do this. However the bacteria that can be passed from one person to another is higher than you realize.

    Never add liquid to bring back the “original consistency” This again only increased the probability of bacteria.

    Stop using any and all product that cause a reaction (no matter how slight)

    Throw away any makeup that has changed color.

    Do not use Eye makeup if you have any eye infection and throw away the product you used while you discovered the infection.

    Keep out of direct sunlight (heat and light can degrade any preservatives)
    Keep makeup containers tightly closed

    Never use aerosol product (hairsprays, deodorant etc) around or near an open flam or while smoking, they could ignite.

    I found this equally interesting of the list of prohibited ingredients that can pose danger, restricted of prohibited by regulation for use in cosmetics:

  • Bithionol
  • Mercury compounds
  • Vinyl choloride
  • Halogeneated salicylanilides
  • Zirconium complexes in aerosol cosmetics
  • Chloroform
  • Methylene chloride
  • Chlorofluorocarbon propellants
  • Hexachlorophene
  • Methyl methacrylate monomer in nail products

  • Other important facts (I certainly did not know) that “Consumers should report cosmetic adverse reactions by calling their local FDA office, listed in the blue pages of the telephone book under U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Call the office of Cosmetics and Colors at (202) 205-4706”

    I found this article interesting, its about "cosmetics and Breast Cancer" Right-click to download this PDF file here.

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    “More information on cosmetics is available by calling the Center for Food Safety an Applied Nutrition’s outreach and information center at 888-723-3366 or by visiting the cosmetics page on the Center’s Web site”

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  • Best of Luck and God Bless!

    ~ Kelly Staley

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