Avedas facial cleansing gel, used by some women as a facial cleansers, contained ingredients that can cause allergic reactions, according to a new analysis by researchers at Emory University.

The study, published online Monday in the journal Science Translational Medicine, was conducted to determine whether Avedaras cleanser contained ingredients to cause allergic symptoms, and whether it was a viable alternative to other facial cleanses.

The ingredient list was drawn from two separate studies, the first from researchers at the University of Exeter and the second from researchers in Australia.

Both studies included participants in a two-week study.

The first study, conducted by Emory researchers in March 2016, included 1,500 participants in the UK.

Participants in the second study, funded by the Wellcome Trust, used data from the same group of participants in April 2017.

In both studies, participants reported having no allergic reaction to the products they were given.

The ingredients used in the Avedos facial cleansed-skin products varied between brands and types, with the products containing a combination of hydrogenated polyisobutene (HMWI), hydrogenated palm oil, hydrogenated coconut oil, palm kernel oil, fragrance, and glycerin.

One ingredient was found in one product, while the other was in another.

“We found that in the ingredients in one ingredient, it was not a reliable alternative to the other ingredients that were in the other products,” Dr. Anna Schaffer, an associate professor in the Department of Dermatology and Venereology at Emry University, who led the study, said in a statement.

The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Avedasea is a global health and beauty brand and is known for its innovative products.

It has received rave reviews from consumers for its face masks and hair products, which have been sold at over 2,000 stores across the world since 2015.

But many consumers have been hesitant to buy Avedada products because of their high price tag.

Aveada also sells products under the brand name “Aveda” in the United States and Australia.

Aves products include facial masks, shampoo, face moisturizer, body wash, and body conditioner.

In the U.S., the brand has been selling its products for about three years, with Avedavas masks selling for about $75 a pop.

Avena has also started selling its own line of products.

According to a 2017 article published in the British Medical Journal, the products have shown to reduce skin breakouts and acne.

“Our results showed that there was a reduction in acne incidence when Aveds products were compared with non-Aveds formulations,” the authors wrote.

Ameda is also the leader in the facial cleansing market, with over 200 million products sold in the U, U.K., Germany, France, and Spain.

In April 2018, Avedaa announced it would shut down its operations in Australia, with plans to shutter its facilities in both the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates, following a lack of demand for the products in those countries.

According.

the Australian Government, Avea had been operating its Australian operations for over three years.

Aventis Australian operations are located in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and the Gold Coast.

It’s also in the process of shutting down its overseas operations.