The truth about mascara’s ingredients and how they are made

By Jennifer O’Rourke and Andrew McManusPublished Nov 01, 2019 04:38:24A lot of the news in Australia this week has been about how the state of affairs in our country is changing and we can’t seem to stop worrying about what’s happening to our childrens health.

But we can also appreciate that this is just the tip of the iceberg.

In 2016, Australia had the highest incidence of autism in the world, and it is thought that one in three Australian children will have autism in their lifetime.

The latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show that the number of Australians living with autism is on the rise.

According to the Autism Australia Network, autism is a developmental disorder that occurs in up to two thirds of people with autism.

According to Autism Australia, autism rates in Australia have increased over the past few decades from about 1 in 10 in 2001 to around 1 in 12 in 2016.

The majority of children with autism are male, and the majority of those diagnosed are under five years old.

There is currently a stigma around autism, with the term ‘autism’ used to describe children and adults who are ‘at risk’.

But in the past, there were some positives to being an autistic child.

Autistic Australians were able to access services, including mental health services, at a young age, which made them more likely to be successful in school and later, in work and in life.

But there are also some negatives to being autistic.

For example, autism can affect a person’s social interactions, ability to communicate, and can result in significant impairment in their ability to function in everyday life.

Autistic people often struggle with anxiety and depression, and in the long term can also be at risk of developing dementia, and heart disease, as well as developing anxiety disorders and other mental health issues.

The truth about the mascara industryThe main ingredients used in mascara are:Water, Methylene Blue, Titanium Dioxide, Titanium Oxide, Stearic Acid, Starch Compostable, Fragrance, Acetyl Ethylhexanoate, Ethyl Trimethicone, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Stylo-Acetyl Glycol, Polyquaternium-15, Acrylates Copolymer, Polypropylene-2, Acrylic Acid, Acridic Acid and Propylene Glycol. 

In addition to the ingredients listed above, the mascara itself contains:Hydrolyzed coconut oil, Acacia oil, Polysorbate 20, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Caprylyl Glycol/Cetearyl Ethoxycinnamate, Polyvinyl Alcohol, Dimethicone Methacrylate, Synthetic Fluorphlogopite, Fragaria Sativa (Spinal Cord Wound Care), Lactobacillus/Lactobiotic Acidophilus/Micrococcus/Bifidobacterium/Lactic Acidobacter, Lactoferrin, PEG-6 Polydimethylsiloxane, Ethylene Glycine, Polyhydroxystearic acid, Hydrolyzed cottonseed oil, Propylene Carbonate, Disodium EDTA, Stanozolol, Sodium Hydroxide, Tocopheryl Acetate, Dimethyl Sulfoxide, Sodium Benzoate, Hydroquinone, Triethanolamine, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Citrate, Sodium Zinc Sulfonate, Capriflavin, Carbomer, Hydrolysedylpyrrolidone, Capronellol, Xanthan Gum, Phenoxyethanol, Disperse/Polymerize/Paint, Dimer Dilute, Sodium Sorbate, Dipropylene Glyphosate, Benzyl Alcohol/Hydrogen Peroxide, Polyoxyethylene, Polyethylene Styrene, Phenyl Trisiloxane/Triclosan, Fragrastein, Disulfide (CI 77499), Trisodium EDI, Mica, Silica, Acetic Acid, Aluminum Hydroxides, Polymethyl Methacrylic Acid Copolymers, Caproyl Lysine, Caprolactone, Dimethylamine Hydrochloride, Sodium Chloride, Methylaminoethyl Methacryptidine, Hydrobromide, Benzophenone-2. 

The truth is mascara can contain ingredients that are very dangerous to your health.

They can also contain ingredients which are very cheap and easy to get hold of.

What you need to know about the ingredients in mascaraWhen you buy mascara online, you’ll find that most of the products are formulated to have a ‘natural’ or ‘organic’ feel, and they don’t contain ingredients from any animal or plant source.

This is an important point, because the chemicals used in the manufacture of mascara can also affect your health and wellbeing,