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ARACHIDYL GLUCOSIDE

Score:

Data: Limited

  • Other Concerns
  • Functions
  • About the Chemical
  • Synonyms
  • Enhanced skin absorption, Use restrictions (low), Endocrine disruption (low), and Irritation (skin, eyes, or lungs) (low)

Cancer

Cancer concern is LOW

Developmental & Reproductive Toxicity

Developmental & reproductive toxicity concern is LOW

Allergies & Immunotoxicity

Allergies & immunotoxicity concern is LOW_MODERATE

Products with this Ingredient

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beach & sport sunscreen31 products
facial moisturizer/treatment29 products
moisturizer with SPF14 products
serums & essences11 products
around-eye cream8 products
moisturizer7 products
mask7 products
baby sunscreen5 products
anti-aging4 products
exfoliant/scrub4 products
facial cleanser3 products
baby lotion3 products
shaving cream2 products
sunless tanning1 products
hand cream1 products
oil controller1 products
styling gel/lotion1 products
vapor rubs1 products
detangler1 products
foot moisturizer1 products
mascara1 products
hair treatment/serum1 products
hair styling aide1 products

Enhanced skin absorption

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Concern Reference
Penetration enhancer - alters skin structure, allows other chemicals to penetrate deeper into the skinCosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) 2015. CIR Assessments. Appears as: listid: CIR-3047; Chemical_Name: Arachidyl Glucoside; ; ; Classification: QQQ02, QQQ53, PE;

Allergies/immunotoxicity

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Concern Reference
Human case study found arachidyl glucoside to be a sensitizer.Friedel Boucneau, An Goossens, Sara Huygens & Liesbeth Gilissen 2018. Arachidyl glucoside: Another cosmetic allergen. Contact dermatitis 79(5), 321-323.
A review of industry studies indicates alkyl polyglucosides are not dermal sensitizers.Andreas Willing, Horst Messinger & Walter Aulmann 2004. Ecology and Toxicology of Alkyl Polyglycosides. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Endocrine disruption

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Concern Reference
A review of industry studies notes reduced prostate weight only at low doses in one animal study.Andreas Willing, Horst Messinger & Walter Aulmann 2004. Ecology and Toxicology of Alkyl Polyglycosides. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Irritation (skin, eyes, or lungs)

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Concern Reference
Safe for use when formulated to be non-irritatingCosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) 2015. CIR Assessments. Appears as: listid: CIR-3047; Chemical_Name: Arachidyl Glucoside; ; ; Classification: QQQ02, QQQ53, PE;

Use restrictions

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Concern Reference
Determined safe for use in cosmetics, subject to concentration or use limitations - Safe for use in cosmetics with some qualificationsIJT 32 (S3): 22-48, 2013

Cancer

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Concern Reference
A review of industry studies indicates alkyl polyglucosides are not mutagenic.Andreas Willing, Horst Messinger & Walter Aulmann 2004. Ecology and Toxicology of Alkyl Polyglycosides. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Data gaps

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Concern Reference
0 studies in PubMed science library may include information on the toxicity of this chemicalNLM PubMed

Developmental/reproductive toxicity

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Concern Reference
A review of industry studies indicates alkyl polyglucosides are not reproductive or developmental toxicants.Andreas Willing, Horst Messinger & Walter Aulmann 2004. Ecology and Toxicology of Alkyl Polyglycosides. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Data Sources

  • Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) 2015. CIR Assessments. Appears as: listid: CIR-3047; Chemical_Name: Arachidyl Glucoside; ; ; Classification: QQQ02, QQQ53, PE;
  • Friedel Boucneau, An Goossens, Sara Huygens & Liesbeth Gilissen 2018. Arachidyl glucoside: Another cosmetic allergen. Contact dermatitis 79(5), 321-323.
  • Andreas Willing, Horst Messinger & Walter Aulmann 2004. Ecology and Toxicology of Alkyl Polyglycosides. New York: Marcel Dekker.
  • IJT 32 (S3): 22-48, 2013
  • NLM (National Library of Medicine). 2012. PubMed online scientific bibliography data. http://www.pubmed.gov.

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