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Kathon CG: a review.
R Rinse-off products do not seem to have a substantial potential for the induction and elicitation of contact allergic reactions to Kathon CG because of dilution of the product and the allergen with water as well as a short contact time with the skin. Expand
The allergens in cosmetics.
The ingredients responsible for allergy to cosmetics were determined in 119 patients suffering from cosmetic-related contact dermatitis. Most reactions (56.3%) were caused by skin care products,… Expand
Contact allergy to preservatives – II
- A. Groot, J. Bos, B. Jagtman, D. Bruynzeel, T. Joost, J. W. Weyland
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Contact dermatitis
- 1 February 1986
To determine whether the prevalence of allergic reactions to certain preservatives warrants their inclusion in a routine series for patch testing, a tray of 14 preservatives was tested in 501 consecutive suspected contact dermatitis patients and Kathon CG® and alkyl trimethyl ammonium chloride only was found. Expand
Kathon® CG: cosmetic allergy and patch test sensitization
These appear to be the first case reports of non‐occupational sensitization to Kathon CG, a preservative for cosmetics and toiletries containing, as active ingredients, 5‐chloro‐2‐methyl‐4‐isothiazolin‐3‐one. Expand
Systemic contact dermatitis from tea tree oil.
Methyldibromoglutaronitrile is an important contact allergen in The Netherlands
Methyldibromoglutaronitrile (present in the commercial preservative Euxyl® K 400) is an important contact allergen in the Netherlands in cosmetics and moistened toilet tissues and should be added to cosmetics series and to proctological series. Expand
Contact allergy to cocamidopropyl betaine
Patch testing cocamidopropyl betaine is recommended routinely in hairdressers with dermatitis of the hands, and in all patients suspected of suffering from cosmetic allergy, routinely in hairdressers who had occupational allergic contact dermatitis from shampoos. Expand
Contact allergy to preservatives (I)
results. The impression concerning PFR-2 and simultaneous test reactions to colophony/hydroabietyl alcohol, balsam of Peru and perfume mixture was thus confirmed. The background for the simultaneous… Expand
Determination of bronopol, bronidox, and methyldibromo glutaronitrile in cosmetics by liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection
A method for the simultaneous determination of methyldibromo glutaronitrile, bronopol, and bronidox in cosmetics, based on liquid chromatography with electrochemical detection, is described. The… Expand