Are the other ingredients in your Turmeric Cream safe?

This question is an important one! Supplements should be both effective and safe. The active ingredient in the Turmeric Cream is:  Tetrahydrocurcuminoids, which is an extract of Turmeric/Curcumin. The other ingredients are designed to create enhance absorption and create a stable, consistent product.  

Regarding the safety of the carrier ingredients, a trustworthy resource is the  Environmental Working Group's Skin Deep database, which rates ingredients on a 1 (lowest risk of health problems) to a 10 (highest health risk).
While the ingredients are hard to pronounce chemicals, they are safe. For instance, the first 3 ingredients (aside from water and tetrahydrocurcuminoids) are:  caprylic triglycerideHYDROXYETHYL ACRYLATE/ SODIUM ACRYLOYLDIMETHYL TAURATE COPOLYMER, and  isohexadecane and they all rate a 1, or lowest hazard risk.  For reference, EWG lists Vitamin D as a 4 (moderate risk) and Vitamin A as a 9 (high risk).
Disodium EDTA is rated a 1 as well.  Tocopherol Acetate is a form of Vitamin E, and it rates a 3 (still a fairly low risk).
Seeing the ratings EWG gives to the ingredients in the Turmeric Cream indicates that it is a very safe to use product.
Bioperine is often used with oral forms of Turmeric.  While it enhances Turmeric absorption, black pepper may irritate the digestive tract or liver/gall bladder of some individuals.  Additionally, bioperine antagonizes glucoronidation, which is a very important detox pathway of the liver.  As a result, Hemochromatosis Help prefers either the  Turmeric Cream, or our  Turmeric Capsules (designed for enhanced oral absorption).