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Titanium dioxide and toothpaste

28 mars 2019

A recent study from French organization Agir pour l’Environnement has shown that titanium dioxide is used in most of the toothpastes on the market including a majority of children toothpastes and few organic toothpastes. The issue is that this ingredient also labelled E171 or CI77891 is now questioned for possible carcinogenic effect when swallowed. Planet […]

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Sunscreens and marine flora

9 juillet 2018

When sea bathing and swimming, a good part of the applied sunscreens, especially the most fluid ones, are found dispersed in the water and this would represent according to some estimates about 25,000 tons of sunscreens per year that go into the sea. The problem is that some chemical solar […]

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Sulfates

16 avril 2016

Sulfates are cleansing agents widely used for foaming and degreasing abilities. Although some sulfates are authorized in organic products, we consider that they are not mild enough for children’s hair and skin. So there are no sulfates in Planet Kid products.

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COP21:l’Accord de Paris est adopté!

12 décembre 2015


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13.11.2015

16 novembre 2015


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MIT (methyisothiazolinone)

8 octobre 2014

After the restrictions made by French Health Authorities against phenoxyethanol last year, now the European Commission has just released two new restrictions against parabens and isothiazolinones (methylisothiazolinone et methylchloroisothiazoline). Those two have replaced parabens as preservatives in some cosmetic products and are suspected to create allergies. Planet Kid products do not contain any of these […]

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Endocrine disruptors and cosmetics

26 septembre 2013

The notation agency Noteo released a new study based on 15 000 cosmetics showing 40% of the products contain endocrine disruptors that may harm health (reprotoxicity, nervous disorder, hormonal cancer) and environment. Children are in critical development stages and should preferably not be exposed to those substances. Planet Kid do not contain any and our […]

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No bisphenol in Planet Kid

12 juin 2013

A new study from Inserm (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research) published in American Journal of Pathology shows toxicity of bisphenol A (BPA) toward dental enamel with serious concern for young children with growing teeth. To know more about it click here:
http://www.inserm.fr/espace-journalistes/une-exposition-precoce-au-bisphenol-a-altererait-l-email-des-dents
http://www.journals.elsevierhealth.com/periodicals/ajpa/article/S0002-9440(13)00279-4/abstract
Bisphenol A (BPA) also known as an endocrine disruptor with health consequences […]

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Sunscreen does make difference

9 juin 2013

Newly released Australian scientific study based on 903 persons over 5 years shows regular use of sunscreen reduces by 24% skin aging. To read the study click here:
http://annals.org/article.aspx?articleid=1691733
To protect children from the sun is essential because of their fragile and unmature skin.
Planet Kid calendula face sun stick provides safe and efficient protection to sensitive areas […]

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2 Planet Kid products awarded Best Cosmetics !

2 janvier 2013

The new Guide of Best Cosmetics 2013 - 2014 has just been released. This book edited by independent and well recognised Cosmetic Observer reviews, analyses and tests 7 300 cosmetics from 440 brands in France. Planet Kid peach and mango cream is best moisturizer and Planet Kid toothpaste confirmed best toothpaste for kids!
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