Questions and Answers about SalSearch
The salicylate search engine (SalSearch) currently values only terms that are listed in the ingredient lists of cosmetics and are defined by the so-called INCI list. The reason for this is that the INCI list contains a manageable number of defined terms in English. The ingredients of drugs are often provided with individual additives, so that an automatic analysis is difficult.
More questions on this topic
- Why is the knowledge of the salicylate content of cosmetics especially important?
- What happens to terms that could not be evaluated?
- Why does SalSearch not value medications and dietary supplements?
- If an ingredient is considered to contain salicylate, does this mean automatically that Guaifenesin is blocked by the use of this product?
- Why does SalSearch not answer requests for brand names or products?
- Why should you not enter additives such as stabilizer, antioxidant, emollient, etc.?
- What are the most common reasons that a term cannot be evaluated?
- What is the difference of the answers "automatically determined" and "verified manually by an expert"?
- Why is there no evaluation for terms as "flavor", "color", "perfume", "vinegar", etc?
- Why does SalSearch not value detergent and laundry detergent?