allergy to polyethylene glycol, propylene glycol, ethylene & butylene glycols

Resources: Manufacturers, Trade Names & Synonyms

Find What’s in it has a database of alternate names for chemicals! It takes a few steps to use it, but it’s very much worth the effort. To use this database, type the name of the chemical in the “search” box at the top of the page. Then click on “synonyms” at the bottom of the listing of the chemical. (I circled these two areas on the below screen shot).

chemical look-up site When you click on “synonyms,” a very long list will pop-up.

Here’s a small sample from my search on polyethylene glycol: sample listing of chemical ingredients


 Glycol Allergies – Resources


PAN Product Info

The World’s Healthiest Foods A link Kerry found from George Mateljan, founder of Health Valley foods

Where to find MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) Online