Those are readily available in the sds read it.
I think some how you got all this twisted.
Here are some highlights for you to better understand my comments.
The toxic warnings written on those papers are most of the time law requirements that surpass the ridiculousness of the world we live in. As mentioned by Tom, even coffee has to be listed in prop 65.
So now you lost me.
Everything/anything can be toxic without a doubt
But When you posted to the forum you made it seem that robs formulas are also toxic or have toxic ingredients.
I am concerned about the toxicity of a product, and I was led to believe that a SDS/MSDS are to provide information on its toxicity to humans, environment, fire emergency.
I will continue to believe that.
Anything can harm you, but if a particular ingredient is used to make a product and that product can be absorbed into our bodies and be difficult to remove or will have a negative or make a toxic reaction to our bodies and health, then Yes I want to know, No not teased, but KNOW.
there are products that are down right toxic and dangerous and we as end users have the right to know. If something has passed the guidelines and has received certification that it is safe,
the SDS should not have a problem providing what is in the product and if there any effects in ingested, inhaled or applied or even if ignited.
If someone where to tell me oh you can spray hydrogen peroxide at a low diluted solution and inhale it, it wont harm you, id say You are full of it. If air having impurities can harm me then why would i think breathing a certain ingredient alone wont harm me at all?