The best seller of all time is the best-sellers of all the time, but when it comes to phthalate-based products, there’s a lot of controversy.
We asked a panel of experts on the subject to answer a few of our burning questions: What are phthalic acid (PHAs) and how do they work?
Is there any scientific evidence that they cause eye damage?
Is phthalal alcohol (PAs) safe?
And how safe is phthalol-20 (PH20)?
This is a very scientific, detailed look at these questions and more, with experts from the medical and scientific fields, the food and chemical industries, and health care professionals.1.
WHAT ARE PHTHALIC ACID AND HOW DO THEY WORK?
Phthalic acids are a group of compounds that are made from one of two basic carbon atoms, carbon-14 and carbon-18.
PHAs are generally used to manufacture plastic products, as well as plastics used in other products.2.
WHAT IS PAS?PHAs are commonly referred to as “bisphenol-A,” or BPA, because they’re used in many types of packaging and to coat food.
BPA is a chemical compound that is known to disrupt hormone production, leading to changes in hormone levels in the body.
The chemical has also been linked to the growth of mold and other organisms.
PHBs are used in cosmetics and personal care products, including hair products, toilet paper, toys, clothing, and personal hygiene products.
Phthalates are also used as preservatives in products like toothpaste, nail polish, and many plastics.
Phosphates, which are also known as phthalocyanates, are a class of chemicals that are formed when a molecule of carbon is added to water.
Phytates, a class also known for phthalenes, are the most common type of phytate.
Phytoestrogens are also sometimes used in phthaline-based chemicals.3.
WHAT’S PAS SAFETY?
Phyto-sulfates, another type of PHA, are used as a preservative in personal care, personal hygiene, and dental products, and in plastics and other materials.
In some cases, phytoesters have been found to be unsafe for humans, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).4.
HOW SAFETYD TO EAT?
Pas is found in products that have been used for more than 15 years, and is used to make plastic, rubber, paper, and metal products.
The FDA says phthalylates are found in over 60% of products.5.
WHAT DO THE MEDIA SAY ABOUT PHTHYLENE AND PHTHATE?
Phylenes are found mostly in plastics, but can be found in some natural foods as well.
They’re used to increase the shelf life of certain foods, like fruits and vegetables, and they are used to give certain skin-care products their shelf life.
Some people have also reported a possible health benefit from phthalylene.6.
WHAT MIGHT PHTHALS BE SAFE IN?
Phytates are a type of chemical that can cause irritation to the skin and eyes, and some people have reported adverse reactions to phytates.
Some studies have shown that phthalated products may increase the risk of skin cancer.
Phthalates may also be used to coat certain foods to give them a soft and pliable texture.
But phthales are also commonly used in paints, paints containing phthalene, and other industrial products.7.
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE PHYTOESTRATES ARE USED IN A PEPPER OR IN PEWTER?
Phosphates are used for paint, rubber and other products, but also in food.
They have been linked in a recent study to a higher risk of breast cancer.8.
WHAT OTHER FACTORS ARE BOUND TO CHANGE WHEN PHTHATES ARE ADDED TO FOOD?
Some phthalrates, like PAs, are made up of a combination of carbon-13 and carbon (carbon-14) atoms.
This is why some phthalamphetamines can cause allergic reactions.
Some phthalaldehyde, also known to cause allergies, can also cause irritation and may cause eye and throat irritation.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that there is insufficient scientific evidence to show that phytocarbons cause any health effects.9.
WHAT WOULD BE THE EFFECTS IF PHTHATS WERE TO REMOVE?
Phtates and phthalacres are the two main ingredients in the cosmetic and personal-care industries.
They are often used to color paint and other paints and to seal packaging.
But they can also be found naturally in foods and in