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CEO of Pur Pur cosmetics brand Irina Rosenbach reported non-compliance with the quality standards of a number of products from some manufacturers of care products.

She highlighted the presence of this problem among children’s household care products, namely washing powders.

Rosenbach said in an interview RIA Novosti about the presence in the composition of the powders of the toxic chemical butylphenyl methylpropional, which is relatively safe for humans in small doses, but exceeding its dosage can lead to a deterioration in the physical condition of the body.

According to the CEO, this chemical is banned in some countries, but in Russia, manufacturers widely use it even in the production of children’s laundry detergents. Since it is a derivative of phenol, it can be attributed to poisons that, in high concentrations, adversely affect human health.


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