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Women lipsticks contains also Methyl and Propyl Paraben, these are two chemical preservatives that help not to lose lipstick and prevent bacterial proliferation. The
first, after long controversy, has been allowed by the EU, as long as
it is in the smallest amount, while propylparaben is STILL BEING EVALUATED and is currently BANNED only in Denmark. The
allegations directed to these two chemicals, also present in lipsticks,
are those that cause, if taken in large quantities, problems with the
ENDOCRINE GLANDS (related to lower T level), neoplasms and allergies.