Sulfates are a type of synthetic detergents commonly used in many personal care and cleaning products, including soaps, shampoos, toothpaste, and household cleaning agents. The most common sulfates used in personal care products are sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) and sodium laureth sulfate (SLES).

Sulfates are used in soaps and other cleansing products because they are effective at removing dirt, oil, and other impurities from the skin and hair. They also create a rich, foamy lather that many people associate with a thorough cleansing experience.

While sulfates are generally considered safe for use in personal care products, there is some concern that they may cause skin irritation, especially in people with sensitive skin. Additionally, some studies have suggested that prolonged exposure to sulfates may damage hair and contribute to hair loss.

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derived from petroleum

Sulfates derived from petroleum and the biggest concern is the long-term side effects of sulfate production. Petroleum products are associated with climate change, pollution, and greenhouse gases. 

Could Contain Dioxane
1,4-dioxane, which is known to cause cancer in laboratory animals. This contamination occurs during the manufacturing process.
Toxic to Animals
Products with sulfates that get washed down the drain may also be toxic to aquatic animals. Many people and manufacturers opt for more environmentally friendly alternatives.
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