Although consumers prefer labels that communicate "natural" or "botanical" themes, there are often both real and perceived risks associated with the use of natural- or botanical-based ingredients, particularly if the ingredients are unknown to the formulator or if they are being used in a cosmetic system for the first time.
Oxidative Stability of Botanical Oils in Color Cosmetics
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