Our Ingredient Decoder helps you better understand the ingredients that we use in our products which are developed using only skin-friendly formulations so you and your loved ones are well protected against germs.
Well known for its rich anti-germ killing properties that help protect against bacteria and viruses.1,2
Popular for its multiple health benefits including its natural germ-killing action to help protect against bacteria and viruses3.
Popular for its antibacterial and natural antiseptic properties to help kill germs4, 5, 6.
Commonly used as a natural antiseptic to combat a wide range of germs7.
Rich in nutrients that help to retain moisture in the skin8, 9 .
Well recognised for its antioxidant properties that help to protect the skin for a healthy, glowing appearance10, 11, 12, 13 .
Known for its ability to moisturise the skin15.
Known to help moisturise the skin16.
A cleansing agent to help remove grime17.
Commonly used as preservative and for fragrance; safe for use in cosmetics with limitations18, 19.
Has a moisturising effect and is used to improve the skin’s smoothness21.
Commonly used as excipient to prevent germ growth in liquid products24.
Lubricates the skin for a smooth and soft appearance25.
Known for its ability to restore the skin’s elasticity; improves appearance of dry and damaged skin26.
Used to establish a pH similar to the skin and maintain the pH of a product28.
A cleansing agent that enhances foaming properties; contains fatty acids from a coconut oil source29,30.
A type of coconut salt that is commonly used as a cleansing agent to produce a creamy foam
Lubricates the skin for a smooth and soft appearance33.
Known for its antioxidant properties35.
Commonly used as excipient to prevent germ growth in liquid products; safe for use in rinse-off and oral-care products in small concentrations37.
Commonly used as excipient to prevent germs growth in liquid products38.
Commonly used as excipient to prevent germ growth in liquid products; helps to improve cleansing performance and skin clarity39.
Known for its moisturising effect for better skin appearance; provides a soft feel after washing41.
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Household cleaning products, consumer products and cosmetic products1.
Skin and eye irritations including eye damage1.
Cosmetic Products including antibacterial soaps and body washes, toothpastes2.
May alter hormone levels and cause allergic reactions. Associated with increased risks to cancer3.
May cause irritations to lungs, eyes and skin. May alter hormones levels10.
Personal care products4.
Some parabens may affect the body’s hormone system and the ability to have children as well as the development of babies5.
Building materials, paints, carpets11.
A possible toxin to the nervous system. Known to cause irritations to eyes, nose, throat and skin6.
Personal care products and detergents7.
Causes skin allergies and irritations7.
Cosmetics and personal care products8.
May cause side effects like dizziness, drowsiness, headaches and eye irritations. It is also associated with an increased risk to cancer.8
Personal care products9.
Potentially cancer-causing. May cause lung irritation and impact the hormonal system.9