Another non-preserved product…
I don’t want to be the regulatory police, but I just don’t get how brands get away with things like this. This was sent to me by a client. It is an “essence/toner” that has absolutely no preservative listed. So they are either not disclosing the preservative, or they just don’t have one at all.
I know salicins in Willow Bark have anti-microbial properties (for skin), and Sodium Lactate can boost preservation action when combined with an actual broad-spectrum preservative, but neither of these would provide that protection used solo or combined, right?
I scratch my head in disbelief when I see shit like this. This is from an Australian brand that has been known to have product spoilage and recalls, largely due to using the “natural” ferments…
I can’t imagine how this would ever pass PET.
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