The use of preservatives in wipes.

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WinstonMon, Feb 7, 2022 10:38 AM
In order to inhibit the growth of microorganisms in wet wipes products and ensure the safe use of the products, a certain amount of preservatives will be added during the production of wet wipes. The preservatives commonly used in wet wipes are mainly phenoxyethanol, sodium benzoate, potassium sorbate, benzoic acid, benzalkonium chloride, etc. These preservatives are permitted for use under the Cosmetic Safety Technical Code (2015 edition). In addition, preservative manufacturers conduct extensive skin irritation and allergy tests during the development process to ensure that the products are free of skin irritation and allergic reactions. In recent years, manufacturers have placed increasing emphasis on the development of mild, natural and environmentally friendly preservatives, which will further improve the safety of preservatives. Therefore, as long as the Cosmetic Safety Technical Code (2015 edition) is permitted, wipes that meet the normative limits for preservative addition are safe and reliable.
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