When you apply those lip products, it gets mixed with the food or drinks you consume. Are the ingredients of these products safe?
supposedly here in the US anyway cosmetics have to be approved by the food and drug administration. So I'd say that it will be alright at least in the US, don't know about other countries
Some are, some aren't. Despite the inevitable ingestion (about 40 pounds over the lifetime of a weekday wearer) they are not test for safety as foods.
Gosh, I hope not because I use them daily several applications to my lips a day. Now I have to research it....
I've been making some research lately as well. According to webmd.com, 90% of cosmetic products aren't tested for safety. I guess it's up to us consumers to keep our eyes open for products with hazardous chemicals.
Never could stand the taste of lipstick...therefore, I never use it.
Lip gloss and lip balms are fine I guess but longer use of lipsticks leads to blackening of lips.
I would go for just a lip gloss and limit usage of lipstick. Even high-end brands may have ingredients that are unhealthy to ingest. For soft lips I'd suggest using a gentle sugar scrub, and applying a simple beeswax lip balm to keep them moisturized. Always read the ingredients of your cosmetics items!!
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