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Take a look inside the bottle

Our goal is to answer your questions about what’s in the products we make by providing ingredient information that is clear, reliable, and accessible. In other words, if you don’t find what you’re looking for here or on our brand sites, please let us know so that we can live up to our promise.

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Ingredient choices and how we make them

Some people believe that natural product ingredients are safer to use than man-made, synthetic ones. The reality is that it’s not that simple; both natural and synthetic ingredients have a safe and unsafe range.

That said, we know that some people prefer to use natural product ingredients, so we are working to provide more products with elements that are naturally sourced. While natural product ingredients may be appealing, we also have to confirm they are safe to use in P&G products. Being natural alone doesn’t translate to being “safe”—even water and sunshine have safety limits.

Some people also expect natural product ingredients to be more sustainable because they use less energy to source and require fewer resources. The reality is that the sustainable features of any product ingredient depend on the use, context and energy consumption—in creating or harvesting it, as well as making or using it. Ultimately, we seek to source the best ingredients for our products so that you can use them with confidence. And we’re also doing the legwork to ensure we use the most sustainable and earth-friendly solutions.