Why do some products have claims such as "no harmful parabens", "no sulfates" and "no titanium dioxide", etc.?

Ophélia Bierschwale Updated by Ophélia Bierschwale

There are several types of claims in the application that highlight one or more characteristics of a product: "no harmful parabens", "no titanium dioxide", "no harmful UV filter", "no harmful silicone", "no allergenic fragrance", "no harmful aluminum salts", "no mineral oil" and "no harmful sulfates".

They only apply to certain categories of products for which the absence of these ingredients seems to be a quality to be highlighted.

However, it's only for information purposes and has no impact on the product's rating.

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Does the application take into account the product's effectiveness?

Non-rated cosmetic products

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