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A narrative review of heavy metals in cosmetics; health risks

Author: SOMAYE SAFAVI, RAHELEH NAJARIAN, MORAD RASOULI-AZAD, SHAGHAYEGH MASOUMZADEH, AMIR GHADERI, RAZIE EGHTESADI
Abstract: Cosmetics products since the dawn of civilization are considered a part of routine body care. The last few decades these products have had increasing and applied to the human body for beautification. Xenobiotics and heavy metals including chromium, copper, iron, mercury, cadmium, arsenic and nickel, classified as a light metal, are determinate in various types of cosmetics such as color cosmetics, face and body care products, hair cosmetics, herbal cosmetics. In cosmetic products was harmful when they occur in excessive amounts.Evidence studies determinate that in commercially available cosmetics toxic metals might present in amounts creating a danger to human health. The aim of this review is to assess identification of elimination, sources and control of sources, and monitoring countries marketed exposures and hazards can be used to prevent heavy metals toxicity.
Keyword: Heavy metals, Cosmetics, Toxicity
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.031
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