Cosmetic and beauty products, often marketed to women as the perfect way to stay warm, may actually be dangerous for you, according to a new study.
“I’m always afraid to use products because I think they’re going to harm me,” said Amanda Coker, a 30-year-old self-described “cool” woman who regularly uses lipsticks and lipsticks.
“But I think this study has changed my mindset.”
In fact, the researchers say the new findings are a big breakthrough for the cosmetics industry.
The study, published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine, analyzed 1,000 people who had used a range of cosmetics products, including lotions, lotion, creams, and scrubs.
The researchers found that the products they used did not appear to have any protective effects on their skin, especially when exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light.
Researchers concluded that the “dangers of cosmetic products are not well understood,” and the current state of research has made it difficult to provide adequate guidelines.
“This study is really important because it’s very clear that there’s no safety data that shows there are any harmful effects from using products,” said Dr. Jessica Cramer, a dermatologist and the lead author of the study.
The authors note that cosmetics and cosmetics products can cause skin damage, and the study is not the first to suggest there may be a link between UV exposure and skin cancer.
However, Dr. Cramer said that the current research does not suggest the link.
“It’s really hard to say because we’re not looking at it as a disease or cancer,” she said.
“We’re looking at the chemical components of cosmetics, and there’s lots of chemicals in cosmetics that can cause irritation, and these compounds can cause adverse reactions, especially in the eye area.”
So it’s really difficult to say, ‘Oh, this product caused me to get this condition,'” she said, adding that more research is needed to determine the extent of the problem.
The researchers are continuing to study the effect of UV exposure on skin health in more detail.
However for Coker and others who may have a natural tendency to use the products, the study could mean a return to old school beauty products.”
People used to be more conscious of the cosmetics, because they could go to their local pharmacy and get a product that was safer,” Coker said.
Now, she’s unsure of what she will do if she becomes ill.”
If you’re going out to the supermarket and the products are starting to break down, you’ll go back to your mom’s old cream.
I just don’t know.””
I’m a makeup addict, but I’m not sure I’m going to go back.
I just don’t know.”