Abra Therapeutics Stress Therapy Bath, Lavender & Chamomile

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About the Brand

Company Score

Overall Company Score
Environment
Society

Certifications

  • Leaping Bunny Certified
    Leaping Bunny Certified

    Indicates that the manufacturer of this product has been certified as cruelty-free by The Coalition for Consumer Information on Cosmetics (CCIC). CCIC's certification, indicated by the Leaping Bunny logo, provides "assurance that no new animal testing is used in any phase of product development by the company, its laboratories, or suppliers." To be certified, companies must agree to the Leaping Bunny Corporate Standard of Compassion for Animals, a voluntary pledge that "cosmetic, personal care, and/or household product companies make to clear animal testing from all stages of product development. The company's ingredient suppliers make the same pledge and the result is a product guaranteed to be 100 percent free of new animal testing. All Leaping Bunny companies must be open to independent audits, and commitments are renewed on an annual basis." For more information, visit www.leapingbunny.org.

Abra Therapeutics Stress Therapy Bath, Lavender & Chamomile

GoodGuide Overall Score

P/D
out of 10
Product Rating
Incomplete!

Behind the Ratings

Health

This product contains problematic, banned, or contaminated ingredients.
0
  • Human Health Impacts
    Human Health Impacts
    This component of GoodGuide’s rating system evaluates the potential impacts of a product on human health. It incorporates a screening-level hazard assessment or nutritional evaluation, as well as other relevant indicators, like the regulatory status of ingredients. If ingredients pose potential health risks or have limited nutritional value, a product's score is lowered. If a product lacks the data needed to conduct a health evaluation, its score is also lowered to provide an incentive for manufacturers to disclose better information.
    Rating: 0 out of 10
    0
    • Data Adequacy, Ingredient Disclosure
      Data Adequacy, Ingredient Disclosure
      Characterizing potential human health impacts requires complete information about the specific ingredients in a product. However, there is no current regulatory requirement that companies disclose full ingredients lists for household chemical products (in contrast with personal care products, where disclosure is required). To create an incentive for disclosure, GoodGuide caps a product’s score if it lacks complete ingredient data or lists generic names that do not support chemical-specific evaluations.
      Rating: 8.0 out of 10
      8.0
      • Amount of Ingredient Detail
        Amount of Ingredient Detail
        Tells what is the amount of ingredient information available to rate this product.
        Rating: 8.0 out of 10
        8.0
    • Level of Health Concern of Ingredients
      Level of Health Concern of Ingredients
      To assign a health hazard score to a product, GoodGuide counts the number of its ingredients that are categorized as low, medium or high concern. Ingredients are placed into these categories based on their number of recognized and suspected health effects, their relative toxic potency, whether they are frequently detected in humans, and whether the basic toxicity testing needed to assess chemical safety has been conducted.
      Rating: 5.0 out of 10
      5.0
    • Other Negative Aspects
      Other Negative Aspects
      Human health impact scores are adjusted lower if a product includes ingredients that are considered "bad actors," such as chemicals that have been banned by regulatory agencies or targeted for phase out, or if its production process utilizes hazardous chemicals or introduces contaminants to the product.
      Rating: 0 out of 10
      0

Environment

N/A

Ingredients

Concern level:
high
medium
low
safe use exception
controversial
  • Sodium Carbonate
    low health concern

    This ingredient is suspected of causing skin or sense organ toxicity, according to sources compiled by Scorecard (www.scorecard.org)

  • Sunflower Oil
    low health concern

    More than half of the toxicity tests required to assess chemical safety have not been conducted for this ingredient.

  • Sodium Sesquicarbonate
    It is not on any of GoodGuide’s lists of toxic chemicals which cause suspected or recognized health effects.
  • Sea Salt
    It is not on any of GoodGuide’s lists of toxic chemicals which cause suspected or recognized health effects.
  • Hops Extract
    It is not on any of GoodGuide’s lists of toxic chemicals which cause suspected or recognized health effects.
  • Ylang Ylang Oil
    low health concern

    Indicates whether an ingredient in this product may cause contact-allergy reactions in fragrance-sensitive consumers (European Union)

  • Nutmeg
    It is not on any of GoodGuide’s lists of toxic chemicals which cause suspected or recognized health effects.
  • Olive Oil
    It is not on any of GoodGuide’s lists of toxic chemicals which cause suspected or recognized health effects.
  • Lavender
    It is not on any of GoodGuide’s lists of toxic chemicals which cause suspected or recognized health effects.
  • Hypericum Perforatum Extract
    It is not on any of GoodGuide’s lists of toxic chemicals which cause suspected or recognized health effects.
  • Chamomile Compounds
    low health concern

    This ingredient is suspected of causing asthma, according to the Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics.

  • Borax
    high health concern

    Indicates whether an ingredient in this product is being prioritized for replacement by safer alternatives. It is on the International Chemical Secretariat's "Substitute It Now" list, which contains chemicals that meet the criteria used to identify Substances of Very High Concern in the European Union's REACH program.

    Indicates whether an ingredient is on the European Chemicals Agency's "Candidate List of Substances of Very High Concern. Last updated Nov 2014. <a rel='external' target='_blank' href='http://echa.europa.eu/candidate-list-table'>echa.europa.eu</a>

    This ingredient is suspected of causing neurotoxicity, according to sources compiled by Scorecard (www.scorecard.org)

    This ingredient has been <b>restricted for use in cosmetics</b> in Canada.

  • Trace Minerals
    It is not on any of GoodGuide’s lists of toxic chemicals which cause suspected or recognized health effects.

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