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Identifying Chemical Combination in Consumer Products – A Report

Varun Singh Parmar


Chemical are both helpful as well as harmful. When used cautiously under preset and standardized protocols, they carry out several chemical reactions and synthesis. However, many of the products synthesized using chemicals have harmful effects. Many of the everyday use products such as cosmetics, detergents, toothpaste, etc., are composed of chemicals about which we are not aware of. These have several harmful side-effects and long term health issues associated with them. In a recent study, emphasis was laid down to identify the prevalence of individual chemical ingredients in daily use consumer products.

Keywords: chemical, harmful, synthesized product

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