What could be the alternatives to IPBC and CMIT/MIT preservatives?
- June 21, 2019
- Posted by: Jiamin Ng
- Category: LS, Personal Care
The potential impacts of iodopropynyl butyl carbamate (IPBC) and methylisothiazolinone (CMIT/MIT) preservative has been circulating online for many years. However, many manufacturing companies are still using IPBC and CMIT/MIT products that was banned by EU. According to EcoWaste Coalition*, FDA reported that there is widespread sale in Manila on baby wipes which contain methylisothiazolinone (CMIT/MIT) preservatives. These preservatives have been prohibited in leave-on products since 2017 as they trigger allergic contact dermatitis (ACD).
On the other hand, IPBC was found in Super Soft Skin Care Wet Towel , even though it was supposed to be banned to be used in products intended for children under 3 years of age. According to EU, IPBC may penetrate into the skin of the infant and cause adverse effects on the thyroid gland’s function. Hence, it is important for end-users to be aware of this when selecting baby products.
Despite IPBC and CMIT/MIT are dangerous to be used in baby products, the usage of these preservatives by local manufacturers still continues. This is mainly due to the limited options of cost-efficient and safe preservatives available. However, we provide you the solution to solve these challenges. They are as given in the table below:
|Choice of preservatives||Troycare EPP37||Troycare LSB1|
|Ingredients||70% Phenylpropanol; 30% Ethylhexlglycerin||80% Levulinic, 5% Benzoic; and 15% Sorbic acids.|
|Types||Multifunctional Personal Care Preservative-Free Preservatives||100% organic acid preservative system|
|Application||Wet Wipes; Sunscreen; Cream and Lotion; Color Cosmetic; Feminine Intimate Wash||Baby Wipes; Baby lotion; Natural Seaweed Concentrate (Ingredient for creams); Feminine Intimate Wash|
|Find out more from here||Troycare EPP series||Troycare LSB1|
Not convinced yet?
If you are interested in these products, make a request for FREE SAMPLE now!