High Health Concern
This ingredient meets the criteria used to identify Substance of Very High Concern in the European Union's REACH program and is being prioritized for replacement by safer alternatives.
This ingredient (or its metabolites) is frequently detected in human blood or urine, indicating significant U.S. population exposure.
This ingredient is suspected of causing contact or photocontact sensitivity, according to the medical literature (Article by S Schauder and H Ippen in Contact Dermatitis)
This ingredient has been restricted for use in cosmetics in Japan.