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Clean 

pH fragrances is the creation of a new generation of perfumed products, clean, sustainable, premium and made in France.

Our ecological and societal commitment is revolutionizing an entire market. We are part of this new generation of Clean Beauty impact companies and Changemakers entrepreneurs. pH fragrances responds to the major ecological and health challenges because the ingredient has become the second criteria for purchasing a product after the price and before the efficacy.

The brand's decision was to go beyond the regulations in all categories of products and to ban the controversial ingredients for humans and the environment. This means that we have imposed the most restrictive specifications for each category of products on all the laboratories of formulation. The European regulations are the most restrictive in the world and already ban more than 1,500 ingredients. We have made the decision to go beyond these regulations.

This precautionary principle is a brand decision, which provides a solution to the main problem reported by the greatest researchers: It is the cumulative of the controversial ingredients in daily gestures that can be problematic. A man and a woman is in daily contact with between 100 to 200 ingredients (including ten to twenty controversial ingredients, this is the famous cumulative effect, cocktail effect known as exposome).
Our avant-garde and visionary brand provides a solution to the needs of consumers who demand healthy formulas and provides a solution to the main problem of cumulative controversial ingredients. The brand answers to what the Home and Beauty market will be towards: no controversial ingredients on all Home & Beauty everyday products.
No controversial ingredients, no cumulative, no exposome. Our commitment to health is total: in addition to banning controversial ingredients, we have selected the highest ingredients that are most respectful of health and the environment.
EDTA or Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetic Acid is a chelating agent widely used in cosmetic products and detergents. EDTA is accused of irritating the eyes, causing eczema and being a persistent and bioaccumulative substance for the environment. Some of it is said to be non-biodegradable and would remain in watercourses, accumulating with heavy metals. As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.

BHA

BHA is an antioxidant used in cosmetics and is controversial.
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.

BHT

Butylhydroxytoluene or BHT in cosmetic is a stabilizer that can be found in cosmetic products.
BHT is not an endocrine disruptor, as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO), but it can be considered as controversial.
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to prohibit it in its detergents, candles, perfume sticks, creams, deodorants, shower gels, and limit it to 0.003% in some of its perfumes ( far below the authorized limit), because no natural & healthy solution has been found yet on aboratory level to replace it.

UV filter including benzophenone:

Some UV filters are used in cosmetics and perfumes to protect the skin from the effects of the sun. They are accused of crossing the skin barrier and of being potentially toxic to health (endocrine disruptor) and to the environment, aquatic organisms. They are suspected of killing the barrier reef. As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.

Formaldehydes:

Formaldehydes are preservatives used in cosmetics that are suspected of being carcinogenic.
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.

Mineral oils

Mineral oils are used in cosmetics because they protect the skin from dehydration and cleanse it.
They are accused of being carcinogenic, of clogging the pores of the skin and of not being re-assimilable by the environment after use.
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.
MIT
Methylisothiazolinone or MIT is a preservative used in cosmetics at low cost.
It is potentially sensitizing and is accused of causing allergies and eczema.
As a precautionary measure, pH fragrances preferred to ban it completely.

Paraben
Synthetic preservative.
Accused of being endocrine disruptors, and linked to breast cancer. He is suspected of killing the barrier reef.
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to completely ban this ingredient from its formulas.

Phenoxyethanol 

Phenoxyethanol is a preservative used in cosmetics. He is accused of being an endocrine disruptor and of having effects on the blood, the liver and of inducing neurotoxic effects and neurological disorders. As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to completely ban this ingredient from its formulas.

Phtalates 
Phthalates are classified as CMR (Carcinogenic, Mutagenic, Reproductive Problems) and are suspected of being endocrine disruptors and of being harmful to the development of the fetus.
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban them completely from its formulas.

Aluminium Salt 

Aluminum salts are used in deodorants. They are suspected of being endocrine disruptors, of penetrating the skin barrier and are accused of having an impact on breast cancer.
As a precautionary principle pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.

Silicones 

Silicones are used in cosmetics to allow the good hold of the lipstick, and soften creams, shower gels ... Silicones are accused of slogging the pores of the skin and are not biodegradable.
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.

SLS 

Sodium Laureth Sulfate

SLS and Sulfates are used in beauty products and detergents for their foaming and detergency properties. Made from palm oil, they are accused of being harmful to the environment, for aquatic organisms because they are not biodegradable. They are accused of being irritating, drying, harmful to the skin and of disrupting the hormonal system. They are accused of settling in residues in the tissues, and in the areas of the liver and the heart….
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban them completely.

Talc 

Talcs are minerals used in cosmetics for their absorbent properties (baby care, antiperspirant, makeup powder, etc.). They are accused of being carcinogenic in the use of feminine hygiene products and of being irritating.
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.

Triclosan and Triclocarban

They are antibacterial, irritating to the skin and accused of causing hormonal & endocrine disruptions. They are non-biodegradable and toxic to aquatic organisms.
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.

Colorant 

As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban them completely from its ingredients.

Palm Oil 

Palm oil is a vegetable oil used in cosmetics and detergents, for its moisturizing, texturing and emolient properties. The production of palm oil is responsible for a significant deforestation which it causes with consequences on the natural habitat.
As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.

PEG

Polyethylene Glycols are emulsifiers that are used in the composition of many cosmetic products. They are accused of being toxic to the liver, kidneys and the environment.

As a precautionary principle, pH fragrances preferred to ban this ingredient completely.