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    Wet wipes containing toxic Do not worry about the propylene glycol contained in wet wipes

    January 14, 2016

    [YouNiu paper network] Wet wipes become the preferred cleaning tool when you out without water nearby. But can wet wipes really clean hands without health worries?? Recently, some saying goes on the Internet : "wipes contains low toxicity chemical solvent" propylene glycol ". If clean hands with wet wipes after eating, toxic substances would enter the body through the gut, which is equivalent to taking poison."

    Buy baby wipes, but also the product packaging and sealing. Bagged wipes packaging should be sealed, shall not be damaged; boxes and canned wipes packaging should be complete, no damage. Once the packing seal is poor or damaged, bacteria will further wipes, effective sterilization and disinfection effect of high wet wipes. Also take use of wipes, immediately posted a good seal, in order to avoid heat or direct sunlight, resulting in wipes drying affect the use effect.
    Details of the three: pay attention to touch and smell

    At the same time, TV channels also involved in the investigation of this problem. Through examinations and analysis of some wet wipes bought from the market, they declared "a lot of wet wipes contain propylene glycol, benzalkonium chloride and other ingredients. Propylene glycol is a low toxicity chemical solvent. If one maks a long-term use of wet wipes to wipe your hands and then get something to eat, it may result in toxic substances going into the gastrointestinal tract, where there are security risks. In addition, because the solubility of propylene glycol is high, about 5% of people will have allergic reaction. The long-term use will cause harm to the skin."

    The question about the wet wipes has caused a wide range of concerns on the network. Overnight, wet wipes seem to have become a "time bomb" from the necessities of life. So is the fact really that bad?

    Why is there propylene glycol in wet wipes?

    Propylene glycol is a short term, which usually refers to 1,2-propylene glycol. "You may be a bit strange with propylene glycol, but if its molecule plus a hydroxyl group, you can get a more known substances-glycerol. It is also known as glycerol. Propylene glycol is a viscous liquid, slightly sweet, with a moisture absorption, lubrication and certain antibacterial effect. It has been widely used in many commercial fields like: food, cosmetics, medicine and daily necessities. So, why is propylene glycol added to wet wipes? The most common reason is moisturizing. Wet wipes are used on the skin, so after wiping,we certainly hope to keep the skin moist in a short period of time. The propylene, at the moment, is like glycerin, to absorb some moisture from the air to the skin and avoid dry skin caused by liquid volatilization .

    Another reason of propylene glycol addtion is antibacterial. Wipes, of course, is a one-time use product, but many wipes are not single-piece packaging. The unused wipes in the opened package will be exposed to the air. If measures are not taken, the bacteria in the air is easy to breed on the surface of the unused wipes which may endanger human health if used. But propylene glycol has antibacterial activity,which can slow the bacterial reproduction on the wipes so as to protect the user's security. At this point,wet wipes, serve as women and infant commoditiy, is particularly important.
    Propylene glycol is also found in Food, lubricant
    In fact, toxicity and irritation are quite low in propylene glycol. Its "toxic" is mainly reflected on the impact on the nervous system, and this reflection only happens when a maximal dose intake will appear (for example,animal experiments show that, when the daily intake is higher than 13.2 G for a one-kg body, propylene glycol can result in the inhibition of the central nervous system). However,as long as the dose is under the limit, a small amount of intake or skin contact are relatively safe.


    Apart from being used as skin care products, propylene glycol is also a widely used food additive . For example, in the the appendix of (food standards addictives ) (GB2760-2011) issued by China's Ministry of Health , it was approved that" propylene glycol can be used in wet noodle products (such as noodles, dumplings, wonton skin, skin. Shao-mai skin) "and" cake ". The maximum application amount is 1.5g/Kg and 3g/Kg respectively,which belongs to the medium level in this standard. Similarly, propylene glycol is also approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for food additives. In the" add anything food "(EAFUS) directory, propylene glycol is number 1615,and its literature category code is ASP. It means that, from the existing evidence disclosure, FDA haven’t found any reason or risk that propylene glycol can not used as a food additive.

    In other words, as long as it is not used beyond the scope, the amount, propylene glycol in food is safe for human body.Even if it is a long-term consumption, it does not have obvious safety concerns. Compared with wheated food, pastries and other food, the propylene glycol dose in wet wipes intaken by getting something to eat actually can be less. If the skin is not damaged, the absorbed dose through skin contact is also very small. Moreover, under the stimulation of the general amount of propylene glycol on skin and mucous membrane is also quite little. There are a lot of water-based lubricants to human bodies containing ropylene glycol and glycerin as the key ingredients, to achieve the effect of moisturizing, thickening etc. In order to achieve the touching sense of ropiness, the propylene glycol content in them is even higher than that in wet wipes. The lubricants for most sensitive mucosa parts on human bodies can't cause irritation and discomfort, then why worry about use a wet wipe to clean your hands ?

    The current study suggests that high concentration (more than 10%) benzalkonium chloride solution has a certain irritation to human skin and mucosa, while used in a normal range, it is still safe and can reduce the risk of bacterial contamination when necessary. Preoperative skin disinfection, hand sanitizer, daily use, nasal drops liquid, contact lens solution and the like products can choose benzalkonium chloride as an antibacterial agent. Another common using Benzalkonium chloride example in daily is what we are familiar with---- woundplast,which has an antibacterial effect on the skin and tissue near the small wound. The rest components of wet wipes are some antimicrobial preservatives, surfactants and so on. Under normal circumstances, these substances will not bring health risks, but for some people, they may cause allergic or contact dermatitis. If wet wipes bring you allergy, then immediately stop usingit and go to the doctors for help if necessary. In a word, from the available data, whether the propylene glycol or benzalkonium chloride in wet wipes is safe to the human body. Any you do not need to worry about "poisoning" in the normal usage. Of course, wet tissue paper may not be able to fully play a protective role in the disinfection and prevention of diseases, and wash your hands carefully if possible.

    The contact with propylene glycol in daily life generally don't pose a health hazard, but there were also cases where infant ingestion mistakenly resulted in poisoning. It was reported that a two-year-old baby had symptoms of poisoning due to chewing cleaning wipes. Therefore, parents should also take good care of their children to avoid unnecessary harm. Are other ingredients harmful?? Apart from propylene glycol, the original report also mentioned another substance---zephiran chloride, which is a common surface active agent, has a stronger antibacterial effect and is often used as a disinfectant.

    Baby wipes are indispensable essential goods for mothers with baby gens. 50 years ago, wipes might just used as a tool to fast clean skin when going out, but now, it gradually becomes the necessities of daily life. An article introduced, in national "Journal of double effect" < daily chemical science >2013 annual paper, in 2012,the infant wipes market capacity reached the 146.5 billion, and annually, about 2000 ~ 3000 million babies are born. Based on this data, every day, each of the newborn has to use 2 pieces of baby wipes. So the consumption of wet wipes is much larger, but we still need to care about safety.

    Some days ago, Shanghai Consumer Protection Committee detected on dozens of wipes products in the market, and announced the conclusions. One of them is:21 samples out of 50 pieces of wet tissue paper contain preservatives CIT, and the rate is 42%. Later, many media reported with similar topics "toxic wet tissue was traced to light", "containing burning elements", etc. Many mothers enraged soon after hearing the words "preservative". But, in fact, in cosmetics products, preservatives is a very important component. In the following,a dispersable wipes manufacturer - Hangzhou Yibang commodity Technology Co., Ltd. will tell you sth. about preservative .

    The really unqualified wet wipes should first be those products whose bacterial colonies exceeded the standard. However, this seldom is seen in media reports.MIT (methylisothiazolinone) and CIT (methylchloroisothiazolinone),were the two kinds of preservatives detected in this report. Friends in cosmetics industry all know actually these two substances are actually very common. In cosmetics, the preservative requirements are different. One kind of cosmetics is daily used on the skin,that is, the skin beautification and care products like sunscreen and so on. The skin of the users almost contact with these products every day about ten hours a day, so the requirements for the safety of components are relatively high. While for shampoo, the rinsing products, the contact term is shorter ,so the requirement is relatively lower. Why should regulate the using rules of CIT and MIT in cosmetics? This has no relation with the scary "burn" or "poison" in the news. Because in cosmetics, in the normal use of the concentration range ,it is not up to the damage. The highest risk is skin allergy, but unfortunately, this report has very serious defects, that is, there is no publicity of the CIT's content of each product. So we have no way of understanding where the problem really takes place. Maybe some manufacturers are purposefully adding CIT components to the products to work as a preservative. Or perhaps a very small amount of CIT have been mixed during production process , and the case was accidental.

    The really unqualified wet wipes should first be those products whose bacterial colonies exceeded the standard. However, this seldom is seen in media reports.MIT (methylisothiazolinone) and CIT (methylchloroisothiazolinone),were the two kinds of preservatives detected in this report. Friends in cosmetics industry all know actually these two substances are actually very common. In cosmetics, the preservative requirements are different. One kind of cosmetics is daily used on the skin,that is, the skin beautification and care products like sunscreen and so on. The skin of the users almost contact with these products every day about ten hours a day, so the requirements for the safety of components are relatively high. While for shampoo, the rinsing products, the contact term is shorter ,so the requirement is relatively lower. Why should regulate the using rules of CIT and MIT in cosmetics? This has no relation with the scary "burn" or "poison" in the news. Because in cosmetics, in the normal use of the concentration range ,it is not up to the damage. The highest risk is skin allergy, but unfortunately, this report has very serious defects, that is, there is no publicity of the CIT's content of each product. So we have no way of understanding where the problem really takes place. Maybe some manufacturers are purposefully adding CIT components to the products to work as a preservative. Or perhaps a very small amount of CIT have been mixed during production process , and the case was accidental. Therefore, wipes need a rating. Wipes OKOER rating illustrate: the evaluation system was formulated by the German professional team, with reference to the Chinese, the EU and the World Health Organization and other authoritative standards,which may be higher than China and EU standards and put forward higher requirements on the quality of products .

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