CAS Registry Number [97-54-1] c/s-isoeugenol
CAS Registry Number [5912-86-7]
CAS Registry Number [5932-68-3]
Isoeugenol is a mixture of two cis and trans isomers. It occurs in ylang-ylang and other essential oils. It is a common allergen of perfumes and cosmetics such as deodorants, and is contained in fragrance mix. Its presence in cosmetics is indicated in the INGREDIENTS series. Substitution by esters such as isoeugenyl acetate (not indicated on the package) does not always resolve the allergenic problem, because of the in vivo hydrolysis of the substitute into isoeugenol.
Rastogi SC, Johansen JD, Frosch P, Menne T, Bruze M, Lepoittevin JP, Dreier B, Andersen KE, White IR (1998) Deodorants on the European market: quantitative chemical analysis of 21 fragrances. Contact Dermatitis 38 : 29-35 Tanaka S, Royds C, Buckley D, Basketter DA, Goossens A, Bruze M, Svedman C, Menne T, Johansen JD, White IR, McFadden JP (2004) Contact allergy to isoeugenol and its derivatives: problems with allergen substitution. Contact Dermatitis 51: 288-291
3-Buten-2-one, 3-Methyl-4-(2,6,6-Trimethyl-2-Cyclohexen-1-yl), 3-Methyl-4-(2,6,6-Trimethyl-2-Cyclohexen-1-yl)3-Buten-2-one, Cetone Alpha
CAS Registry Number [127-51-5]
As a fragrance allergen, a-isomethylionone has to be mentioned by name in cosmetics within the EU.
Frosch PJ (1998) Are major components of fragrances a problem? In: Frosch PJ, Johansen JD, White IR (eds) Fragrances. Beneficial and adverse effects. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York, pp 92-99
242. Isophorone Diamine
CAS Registry Number [2855-13-2]
Isophorone diamine is widely used in urethane and epoxy coatings for light-stable, weather-resistant properties. It is used in water proofing and paving concreting, and in the manufacture of diisocyanates and polyamides as an epoxy resin hardener. It is a strong sensitizer and can cause airborne contact dermatitis.
Guerra L, Vincenzi, Bardazzi F, Tosti A (1992) Contact sensitization to isophoronediamine. Contact Dermatitis 27:52-53 Kelterer D, Bauer A, Elsner P (2000) Spill-induced sensitization to isophorone diamine. Contact Dermatitis 43: 110 Lodi A, Mancini LL, Pozzi M, Chiarelli G, Crosti C (1993) Occupational airborne allergic contact dermatitis in parquet layers. Contact Dermatitis 29:281-282
243. Isopropyl Myristate
Tetradecanoic Acid 1-Methyl Ethyl Ester CAS Registry Number [110-27-0]
Despite wide use in cosmetics, perfumes, and topical medicaments, isopropyl myristate is a very weak sensitizer and a mild irritant.
Uter W, Schnuch A, Geier J, Lessmann H (2004) Isopropyl myristate recommended for aimed rather than routine patch testing. Contact Dermatitis 50: 242-244
IPPD, N-Isopropyl-N'-Phenyl-p-Phenylenediamine, N-(1-Methylethyl)-N'-Phenyl-1,4-Benzenediamine
CAS Registry Number [101-72-4]
This rubber chemical is used as an antioxidant and anti-ozonant.
The main occupational sources are tires.
Condé-Salazar L, Del-Rio E, Guimaraens D, Gonzalez Domingo A (1993) Type IV allergy to rubber additives: a 10-year study of 686 cases. J Am Acad Dermatol 29: 176-180
Hervé-Bazin B, Gradiski D, Duprat P,Marignac B, Foussereau J, Cavelier C, Bieber P (1977) Occupational eczema from W-isopropyl-W'-phenyl-paraphenylenediamine (IPPD) and W-dimethyl-1,3 butyl-W '-phenyl-paraphenylenediamine (DMPPD) in tyres. Contact Dermatitis 3: 1-15
Von Hintzenstern J, Heese A, Koch HU, Peters KP, Hornstein OP (1991) Frequency, spectrum and occupational relevance of type IV allergies to rubber chemicals. Contact Dermatitis 24: 244-252
CAS Registry Number [22071-15-4]
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