Phthalates

Industrial chemicals that are most often used in fragrances, nail polish, and hairspray that make scents and colors last longer.
Found on http://delicious-skin.com/sharing-knowledge/glossary-beauty-terminology.htm

Phthalates

A family of chemicals, produced from phthalic anhydride and alcohols, frequently used as plasticisers to give flexibility to PVC.
Found on http://www.eurochlor.org/mainglossary

Phthalates

Synthetic chemicals (DEP, DEHP, DBP) used in some fragrances. They are not always listed so hard to avoid but tests have found links with reproductive damage.
Found on https://www.cultbeauty.co.uk/glossary

PHTHALATES

These common plasticizers, used some nail polishes to increase flexibility and in some shampoos and cleansers to carry fragrance, are controversial because of a possible link to disruption of the human endocrine system. Their role in a possible increase in breast cancers in women is currently being studied.
Found on https://www.allure.com/story/skin-care-terms-glossary-definitions
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