Hello....both propylparaben and methylparaben are non-comedogenic and are preservatives for both bacteria and mold. Have been reputed as safe with a very low toxicity factor and low sensitizing factor. Diazolidinyl urea is usually in doses of .3 or 3% which is low and is a deodorizer and antiseptic. It is a preservative against bacteria and fungi.
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Thanks for your reply Lynguini.
But would you deem these ingredients to be safe to use on your skin for long term use (2+years)?
Here is a link to the ingredients page below:
Your reply would be much appreciated
An excellent question! The truth is that I don't know, however, I do know that a majority of creams do contain the "ingredients" and have been used daily over the past days, months, years, .... are they safe? I have not heard of any individual who has become toxic using any of these products according to their instructions. The best advice I was ever given is: When is doubt, Don't ........... I hope you do find out if this product is safe to use longterm....good luck....