Identification of the substance

Identification of the substance

Substance/mixture Mixture
Name of content (Undiluted solution) Water, dimethicone, steartrimonium bromide, isopropyl alcohol, hydrogenated rapeseed alcohol, stearyl alcohol, cetyl alcohol, glyceryl caprylate, ethyhexylglycerin, fragrance, hydroxyethyl cellulose, polyglyceryl-10 myristate, phytosterols, menthol, amodimethicone, hydrogenated lecithin, glyceryl stearate, caprylic/capric triglyceride, cetearamidoethyl diethonium hydrolyzed rice protein, dicocodimonium chloride, glycerin, steartrimonium chloride, PCA-Na, sodium lactate, Argania spinosa kernel oil, jojoba seed oil, adansonia digitana seed oil, arginine, aspartic acid, PCA, sodium dilauramidoglutamide lysine, glycine, alanine, serine, valine, proline, threonine, isoleucine, histidine, phenylalanine, tocopherol
(Propellant) Liquefied petroleum gas, carbon dioxide
Total of the ingredients described above: 100%
UN classification Class 2.1 (Compressed gas)
UN number 1950 (Aerosol)

Hazard classification

Name of classification Aerosol product (combustible gas)
Hazards Forms an explosive mixed gas with air since the product is a mixture with Liquefied petroleum gas.
Toxicity Inhalation of large volume of the product for a long time may have an anesthetic action causing irritation to the mucosa of nose, throat or others, dizziness, hypoesthesia, headache or other symptoms.
Environmental effects No data

First-aid measures

Eye contact Rinse the eye with running water immediately for at least 15 minutes and get medical attention. When washing the eyes, open the eyelids with the fingers and wash so that water can flow all over the eyeball and eyelids.
Inhalation Lay the victim down in fresh air and keep at rest. Get medical attention as needed. Give rescue breathing if breathing has stopped. Give oxygen in case of breathing difficulty.
Ingestion Try to get the person to vomit immediately and get medical attention. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.

Measures for disaster management

Extinguishing methods Initially extinguish a fire using suitable extinguishing media from the windward.
Suitable extinguishing media Effective extinguishing media include powder, carbon dioxide, alcohol resistant foam, and water.
In case of fire in the surrounding area Quickly remove containers to a safe place if they are movable. If the containers cannot be removed, sprinkle the containers and the surrounding area with water to cool down. Heating to approximately 50°C provides the risk of rupture and explosion that may cause physical injury. Evacuate immediately. Leave the residual fire extinguishing up to fire fighters especially in case of a large fire.

Accidental release measures

  Prepare for firefighting to prevent fire.
  Reduce vapor by spraying and pouring water if large volume of vapor is generating.
  Prevent and recover large spill with dirt.
  Dilute and rinse small spill with large amount of water.

Handling and storage

Handling - Shake the container well before use.
- Do not turn the nozzle downward or sideways.
- Do not directly inhale the sprayed gas.
- Stop using if it disagrees with the skin.
- Rinse immediately if on eyes.
- For disposal, avoid fire and vent the gas outdoors until the spraying sound disappears in accordance with the degassing method described on the label.
- Do not contact mucosa of eyes or others.
- Do not spray toward a fire.
Storage - Avoid direct sunlight (e.g. in a car) and high temperature of more than 40°C such as near the stove or fan-heater. Store in a cool place and keep fire away. Keep out of reach of children.
- Do not store in a humid place such as any place where water is used.
- Keep out of reach of children.

Exposure preventing measures

Control concentration Not specified.
Permissible concentration Not specified.
Technical facility controls Do not use much amount of the product in a closed narrow space.
(Stable under ordinary handling conditions. )
Personal protective equipment Stable under ordinary handling conditions.
In large quantities Wear protective clothes, mask, and others.
Wear protective eyewear such as glasses.
Wear protective equipment for body such as a chemically-resistant equipment

Physical and chemical properties

pH 5.4 ± 0.5 (at 25°C)
Specific gravity 0.98 ± 0.03 (at 25°C)

Hazardous information

Flammable properties Flammable (Flash point: -41.1°C)
Ignition property Ignitable (Ignition point: Not less than 350°C)
Explosive limits (upper limit) 27.0 vol%
(lower limit) 3.3 vol%
Stability and reactivity Stable under ordinary handling conditions.

Toxicological information

No data  

Ecological information

None known to date.  

Disposal considerations

  Use up before disposal.
  Avoid fire and vent the gas outdoors before disposal.
  Follow the local regulations for waste classification and the waste disposal method.
  Follow the regulations on waste disposal for mass disposal.

Transport information

  Avoid high temperature of more than 40°C while transporting.
  Avoid physical shock such as fall on a cement ground.

Regulatory information

  The High Pressure Gas Safety Law is not applicable.
  Pharmaceutical Affairs Law (Cosmetic)
  Containers and Packaging Recycling Law

Other information

  Guidelines for the preparation of MSDS (Japan Chemical Industry Association)
  Solvent Pocket-Sized Book (edited by the Society of Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Japan)
  Materials submitted by the manufacture of raw materials
  Chemicals Safety Management Data Book (The Chemical Daily Co., Ltd.)

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