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question abount ingredient in Dan's Gentle Cleanser

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it is considered a "bad" ingredient in many cosmetics, but i havent heard of anyone that had bad experiances with the cleanser. plus theres only one dodgy ingredient in dans cleanser so more than likely it wont make a differance.

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i saw that Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is in the cleanser and read that it was bad for your skin. is the amount of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate so small that this wouldnt matter? link to article: http://www.healthy-communications.com/slsm...usirritant.html

Be very wary of websites telling you what is dangerous and comedogenic. Usually they have a hidden agenda such as selling 'natural' products!

SLS is very safe, in pure concentrated form it is irritating as are most ingredients, but diluted it isn't a problem.

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i saw that Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is in the cleanser and read that it was bad for your skin. is the amount of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate so small that this wouldnt matter? link to article: http://www.healthy-communications.com/slsm...usirritant.html

Be very wary of websites telling you what is dangerous and comedogenic. Usually they have a hidden agenda such as selling 'natural' products!

SLS is very safe, in pure concentrated form it is irritating as are most ingredients, but diluted it isn't a problem.

Then why don't you ask your dermatologist if Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is comedogenic?

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i saw that Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is in the cleanser and read that it was bad for your skin. is the amount of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate so small that this wouldnt matter? link to article: http://www.healthy-communications.com/slsm...usirritant.html

Be very wary of websites telling you what is dangerous and comedogenic. Usually they have a hidden agenda such as selling 'natural' products!

SLS is very safe, in pure concentrated form it is irritating as are most ingredients, but diluted it isn't a problem.

Then why don't you ask your dermatologist if Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is comedogenic?

Yep why dont u do that, and also ask Cetaphil, and Vaseline why they use so called comedogenic ingredients.

Do you think these companies randomly mix a load of stuff and release it on public. NO they test it on animals and then humans.

Why dont u look at how the rabbits ear test has been slagged off by Kligmann a top dermatologist, who has shown human testing is far more accurate.

Most so called comedogenic ingredients are not comedogenic when used in dilutions and on humans.

The only really bad ingredients are pigments, red especially, and fragrances.

I used to fall for all this Internet scare crap, but now I have found a moisturizer (Vaseline Intensive Care Advanced Healing) and I use a cleanser with SLS. And my skin is way better than when I was using oil free SLS free expensive crap!

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.f...l=pubmed_docsum

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.f...l=pubmed_DocSum

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.f...l=pubmed_DocSum

http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=3097361

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i saw that Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is in the cleanser and read that it was bad for your skin. is the amount of Sodium Lauryl Sulfate so small that this wouldnt matter? link to article: http://www.healthy-communications.com/slsm...usirritant.html

Be very wary of websites telling you what is dangerous and comedogenic. Usually they have a hidden agenda such as selling 'natural' products!

SLS is very safe, in pure concentrated form it is irritating as are most ingredients, but diluted it isn't a problem.

Then why don't you ask your dermatologist if Sodium Lauryl Sulfate is comedogenic?

Yep why dont u do that, and also ask Cetaphil, and Vaseline why they use so called comedogenic ingredients.

Do you think these companies randomly mix a load of stuff and release it on public. NO they test it on animals and then humans.

Why dont u look at how the rabbits ear test has been slagged off by Kligmann a top dermatologist, who has shown human testing is far more accurate.

Most so called comedogenic ingredients are not comedogenic when used in dilutions and on humans.

The only really bad ingredients are pigments, red especially, and fragrances.

I used to fall for all this Internet scare crap, but now I have found a moisturizer (Vaseline Intensive Care Advanced Healing) and I use a cleanser with SLS. And my skin is way better than when I was using oil free SLS free expensive crap!

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.f...l=pubmed_docsum

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.f...l=pubmed_DocSum

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.f...l=pubmed_DocSum

http://cat.inist.fr/?aModele=afficheN&cpsidt=3097361

I was just suggesting somebody should ask their dermatologist considering they went through hell in college and everything to get where they are. One would assume a dermatologist would know what ingredients are comedogenic and which ones aren't. :think:

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