Labels play a vital role in informing people how to use household or cosmetic products and the safety information for hazardous ingredients. Reading labels on household products can prevent accidents and provide crucial information, precautions, use instructions to consumers to keep the family, pets, and community safe.
A new study urges the importance of reading labels on the household as well as beauty products. By reading labels you will gain some basic level of knowledge about the kinds of endocrine disruptors to avoid having lower levels of them in our body.
Many people believe that if you have sensitive skin you must check labels of skincare and household products because if it contacts the skin can cause burning, redness, stinging, or tightness. But the truth is, whether you have sensitive skin or not, it is essential to read the label.
How Do You Read Beauty Labels?
- A. Brand Name
- B. Ingredient List
- C. Usage Direction
- D. All of the Above
What Are the Purposes of Product Labels?
Just because you don’t consume something that doesn’t mean those products have favorable effects on our health and bodies. You should read labels on cosmetic or beauty products too.
Have you ever wondered why is it important to read the label of the product? Reading labels help people make an understanding of food choices. You should read the labels, especially on packed foods and drinks because they commonly come in boxes, cans, bottles, jars, and bags. It is required to learn food safety and nutrition information on their labels or packaging.
Things to read before you buy them-
- Product dates
- Ingredient list
- Nutrition facts label
- Daily value
The Importance of Reading Cosmetic Labels
Your makeup contains face cream, face cleanser, skin moisturizer that may provide short-term smoothness and brightness. It may harm hormones and fertility, may develop cancer-causing pesticides, and deliver hazardous toxins that damage and age your skin. Cosmetics that you included in your daily routine may help speed the formation of age spots, and wrinkles.
Did you know? Any skincare or cosmetics products sold in the US are approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and also to be labeled with its INCI names.
Do you like cosmetics and often forget to read the cosmetic label? You should read cosmetic labels to understand what they mean and it also helps you to make the right decision whenever you buy personal care products.
Things to check when reading a cosmetics label:
- Look for parentheses
- Should be alcohol-free
- If it contains too many ingredients that can be bad
- It should be cruelty-free or not tested on animals
- Hypoallergenic which produces fewer allergic reactions on the skin than other products