Update 14/5/16 This post is from 2013 and was probably already getting out of date by that time. Since then I have started some MI Free Product Lists that I am trying to keep up to date, but I’ll leave this up as it is still a very long list and may be of interest to US readers.
I have been sent a list of products by Marti, who is an American reader, that she got from her dermatologist. These are products that do not contain methylisothiazolinone or methylchloroisothiazolinone. It is specific to the American market, but it is very rare for a formulation to be different between the US and the EU so should be of interest this side of the Atlantic as well. It is enormously long and seems to have been pulled from a database. I looked at a couple of examples which looked fine, but I haven’t and won’t be able to check each one individually.
I hope people find it useful. If not, let me know and I will take it down.