QV gentle wash

GerrybGerryb LauncestonMember Posts: 102
i have just come across this online and am a little freaked out. Only started using Qv wash from the day of diagnosis. 

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  • AfraserAfraser MelbourneMember Posts: 923
    Ego is of course a competitor.......
  • AfraserAfraser MelbourneMember Posts: 923
    Sorry, didn't read this correctly - whose analysis is this?
  • Lmc1310Lmc1310 Central CoastMember Posts: 82
    edited September 7
    I used for years before diagnosis on advice from skin specialist. May I ask whete you found the article please. 
  • iserbrowniserbrown Member Posts: 1,652
    ? QV is manufactured by Ego. So the concern is the actual ingredients? 
  • AllyJayAllyJay Member Posts: 104
    Is the concern about the supposed danger of parabens? "Information" about parabens with some touting of the dangers thereof, have been circulating in the media for some years now. Reputable studies, and information from various cancer councils have put this into context. Worth noting that parabens are naturally occurring substances which are naturally produced by a number of fruits and vegetables. Foods such as soy, beans, including vanilla beans, flax, cherries, blueberries. blackberries, strawberries, cucumbers and even the humble carrot contain parabens and other substances which (in minute quantities), can mimic oestrogen.
  • HITHIT Perth WAMember Posts: 230
      I use Dermaveen products, haven't found an official ingredients list in my quick search,  but it says "no parabens". Why is it so hard to find ingredients? I find it great, a dermatologist recommended it for me, its Australian made.  Maybe its worth the switch for peace of mind.  Unless some one else finds a baddy in there!!
  • GerrybGerryb LauncestonMember Posts: 102
    Found on a local page on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/Maryskincare/
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