Our Clean Skincare Commitment

Discover the Hidden Dangers in Your Skincare Products
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How Do We Decide Our Ingredients?

At Dr Jackson, we believe what you put on your skin matters. Many conventional skincare products contain harmful chemicals that can damage your skin and health over time. We use only safe, natural ingredients to protect you and the environment, without compromising efficacy.

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What Are Harmful Ingredients?

Harmful ingredients are substances commonly found in skincare products that can cause adverse effects on your skin and overall health. These can include synthetic chemicals, preservatives, and toxins that may lead to irritation, allergies, hormone disruption, and even long-term health issues.

Here's a breakdown of the harmful ingredients we avoid and why they are bad for your skin and health:

  • Synthetic Fragrances: Trigger allergies and skin irritation.
  • Synthetic Colours: Cause skin sensitivity and may contain harmful by-products.
  • Petroleum: Potentially contaminated with carcinogens.
  • Phthalates: Linked to hormone disruption and reproductive issues.
  • GMOs: Unknown long-term health effects.
  • Parabens: Mimic oestrogen and are linked to breast cancer.
  • Sulphates: Strip natural oils, leading to dryness and irritation.
  • Oxybenzone: Linked to hormone disruption and environmental damage.
  • Pesticides: Toxic chemicals used in non-organic farming.
  • Phenoxyethanol: Causes skin irritation and allergic reactions.
  • Ethoxylated Ingredients: Can be contaminated with carcinogenic by-products.
  • Ethanolamine: Linked to liver tumours and organ toxicity.
  • Octinoxate: Disrupts hormones and causes allergic reactions.
  • Silicones: Clog pores and interfere with natural skin processes.
  • Harmful Chemicals and Toxins: Cause adverse health effects.
  • PEGS: Contaminated with toxic impurities.
  • Octocrylene: Linked to skin irritation and hormone disruption.
  • Carcinogens: Can cause cancer.
  • Mineral Oil: Clogs pores and causes acne.
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