The Greener and Eco-friendly Body and Hand Wash Formulation from CiéraMyhalmart Editor
Did you know? 75% of soap products contain Triclosan which you should never use. Many studies associated this chemical to allergies and hormonal disfunction. Carcinogenic chemicals like paraben is also hazardous to human body and it is closely related with cancer and potential health risk in general.
Stay safe with Triclosan-free and Paraben-free personal care products from Ciéra: Ciéra Eco-Friendly Antiseptic Hand Wash and Ciéra Eco-Friendly Antiseptic Body Wash. Enjoy the award winning and unrivalled eco-friendly personal care products that you can truly rely on to keep your family protected and environment safe.
Ciéra has gone through various inspection, verification, testing and certification.
- Biodegradable Test according to the OECD 301D test method
- Dermal Irritation Assay
- Dermal Repeated Wash Test
- Challenge Test against pathogenic microbes ( Esherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Candida albicans-Yeast, Aspergillus niger-mould & Pseudomonas aeruginosa, MRSA & VISA )
Facts About Ciéra’s personal care products:
- Dermatologically tested – Non irritant
- Does not cause skin irritations
- Environmentally friendly
- Proven to kill germs and pathogens
- Does not accumulate like other hazardous residues such as triclosan*, an active ingredient used in many antiseptic body wash
*Studies have shown that the level of sedimented triclosan has accumulated to an alarmingly high level. As a result, products containing triclosan have been banned/restricted in the United Kingdom, Japan, Saudi Arabia as well as other countries in the European Union.
A variety of Ciéra personal care products with natural fruity, floral fragrance as well as fragrance-free options are available at myhlamart.com.
- Mercola (29 August 2012) Triclosan: The Soap Ingredient You Should Never Use – But 75% of Households Do. Mercola.com. Accessed on 6 December 2017.
- Eleni N. Gage. What Are Parabens—and Do I Need to Worry About Them? Realsimple.com. Accessed on 6 December 2017.