PCA ReBalance CeraVe Ingredients Fail EWG
First of all, when PCA ReBalance CeraVe Fail EWG, it gets our attention at Ceela. As a result, we designed our products with EWG rating's foremost. We want you to know our ingredients contain no common allergens or corn, Gentically Modified Organism or animal products. For the safety conscious, getting a Yellow from EWG is a no-no, and red means "run". EWG verified means all "green" on all ingredients just like all Ceela products. Due to this EWG verified remains one of the highest standards in cosmetics.,
EWG= Environmental Working Group, provides independent reviews of cosmetic ingredients. For this independence we support their goals. Their rating for propylparaben reports a red, the worst color possible.
Most noteworthy, one weakness with EWG.ORG remains: new ingredients default to "green". Consequently, if a novel ingredient contributes to the cream, then the cream will be rated "green" until enough data can be gathered to downgrade. So many have chosen to use new entirely unknown chemicals in their cosmetic formulations.
Compare EWG Ingredient Grades
Green=EWG Verified Safe*
Yellow= Avoid; Red=Avoid For Real; Blue=Soy;
Brown=Animal Product Ingredient
Orange=Palm Oil derived
Pink means estrogen mimic pink because physicians report lavender mimics estrogen.
Ceela Just 7 contains just 7 "EWG-green" ingredients. All Ceela Ingredients are rated by the Environmental Working Group as green like glycine, the ultimate safety level. Glycine helps build collagen in our body. In creams, Glycine helps hydrate and reduce the appearance of fine lines.
Ceela Hydrate offers the basic Just 7 ingredients with additional amino groups, considered essential to our health. These include alanine, valine, threonine, phenylalanine, and tryptophan. These play an important role in our general health. The hydrating agent hyaluronic acid is fermented and purifed without animal products (most hyaluronic acid used in injections comes for Rooster Comb).
PCA ReBalance, CeraVe Fail EWG: Medical reports have shown lavender oil as an estrogen mimic. Lavender has been linked to enlarging breasts of pre-pubertal boys. Ceela offers that given the prospect of changing sex traits in boys, lavender should be avoided. Another concern with lavender relates to its estrogen mimic status and estrogen-ensitvie breast tumors. Most physicians would err on the side of caution and recommnend avoiding lavender in this setting.
Probably anything Taurate has an animal origin. The diagram represents this as a brown colored slice in PCA Skin Creamy Cleanser. Those who are vegan would want to know this. By contrast Ceela has no animal products or derived ingredients.
Vanicream falls into a slightly different category. This cream contains non-human ingredients. Simethicone and white petroleum would cause problems if aspirated or breathed into our lungs. Pediatricians caution mothers to not use petroleum jelly around the nose. Petroleum jelly getting into the nose can cause chemical pneumonia. Ceteareth 20 has concerns about dioxanes as part of the manufacturing process. The EPA has classified 1,4-dioxane as a Group B2, probable human carcinogen.