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Elevate Your Beauty 

with natural ingredients

At Sane Scientist Cosmetics, we prioritize the health and well-being of our customers above all else. We understand the concerns surrounding certain cosmetic ingredients and are committed to using only those that are unequivocally safe for your skin and overall health.

Unlike many cosmetic companies that prioritize commercial interests over customer health, we refuse to make compromises. Our formulations are meticulously crafted to exclude any ingredients that could potentially harm your health.

We remain vigilant in our ingredient selection process, constantly monitoring the latest scientific research to ensure our products meet the highest safety standards. As soon as any safety concerns arise regarding an ingredient, we promptly remove it from our formulations.

While we exclusively use natural, safe ingredients, some individuals may have sensitivities to certain substances. If you experience any adverse reactions to our products, we recommend discontinuing use immediately.

At Sane Scientist Cosmetics, your health and safety are our top priorities.

Experience the difference in skincare and cosmetics that are truly good for you!

Sane Scientist Cosmetics use only natural ingredients
  1. Titanium Dioxide: While generally considered safe, concerns have been raised about the safety of titanium dioxide nanoparticles, particularly in sunscreen formulations, due to their potential to penetrate the skin barrier and reach systemic circulation.

  2. Parabens: These preservatives have been linked to hormone disruption and potential reproductive issues.

  3. Phthalates: Found in fragrances and other cosmetics, phthalates have been associated with hormonal disruption, reproductive toxicity, and developmental issues.

  4. Formaldehyde-releasing Preservatives: Some preservatives release formaldehyde over time, which has been classified as a carcinogen by some health organizations.

  5. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES): These surfactants can cause skin irritation and sensitivity in some individuals.

  6. Triclosan: An antimicrobial agent, triclosan has been linked to hormone disruption and concerns about antibiotic resistance.

  7. Toluene: Found in nail polish and hair dyes, toluene has been associated with neurological damage and developmental issues.

  8. Lead: May contaminate certain products like lipsticks and has been associated with neurological issues and developmental delays.

  9. Coal Tar Dyes: Used in some hair dyes and color cosmetics, coal tar dyes have been linked to cancer risks.

  10. Hydroquinone: Found in skin-lightening products, hydroquinone has been associated with skin irritation, allergic reactions, and potential carcinogenicity concerns.

Here's a glimpse into some of the ingredients we avoid due to past safety concerns:

Sane Scientist Cosmetics use only natural ingredients
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