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ANTHEMIS NOBILIS FLOWER POWDER

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Data: Limited

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  • Use restrictions (low)

Cancer

Cancer concern is LOW

Developmental & Reproductive Toxicity

Developmental & reproductive toxicity concern is LOW

Allergies & Immunotoxicity

Allergies & immunotoxicity concern is HIGH

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Allergies/immunotoxicity

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Concern Reference
The Association of Environmental and Occupational Clinics (AOEC) classifies this substance as a sensitizing allergen.AOEC 2012. AOEC Asthmagen list. Appears as: Primary Name: Chamomile; Synonym: Chamomile; ;
Safe for use when formulated to be non-sensitizingCosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) 2015. CIR Assessments. Appears as: listid: CIR-3042; Chemical_Name: Anthemis nobilis flower powder; ; ; Classification: QQQ02, QQQ54;

Developmental/reproductive toxicity

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Weak evidence of possible pregnancy/birth effects associated with chamomile consumption.Laura Cuzzolin, Francesco Francini-Pesenti, Giovanna Verlato, Marco Joppi, Paola Baldelli & Giuseppina Benoni 2010. Use of herbal products among 392 Italian pregnant women: focus on pregnancy outcome. Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety 19(11), 1151-8.

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 qualificationsFinal report 12/2013 available from CIR

Data gaps

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

Data Sources

  • AOEC 2012. AOEC Asthmagen list. Appears as: Primary Name: Chamomile; Synonym: Chamomile; ;
  • Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) 2015. CIR Assessments. Appears as: listid: CIR-3042; Chemical_Name: Anthemis nobilis flower powder; ; ; Classification: QQQ02, QQQ54;
  • Laura Cuzzolin, Francesco Francini-Pesenti, Giovanna Verlato, Marco Joppi, Paola Baldelli & Giuseppina Benoni 2010. Use of herbal products among 392 Italian pregnant women: focus on pregnancy outcome. Pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety 19(11), 1151-8.
  • Final report 12/2013 available from CIR
  • NLM (National Library of Medicine). 2012. PubMed online scientific bibliography data. http://www.pubmed.gov.

About this Ingredient's Score Range

  • This ingredient’s score is higher if used in products that are inhalable (e.g., sprays, powders) because of respiratory concerns.

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