Ingred - Cosmetics and food

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About this app

Check with a photo of the label for ingredients of cosmetics or food can be harmful to your health.

Query the database of food additives and ingredients in cosmetics.List of cosmetic ingredients in personal care products, harmful to health, taken from sources such as the Red Ecoestética, Odile Fernandez,, http: //,, and others.

List of suspected food additives based on data collected from various entities such as the EU, WHO, FAO, JECFA. Technical Service of the National Consumer Institute, Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives, the Joint Committee of FAO / WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives ... etc. Taken from, and

Names of ingredients derived from palm oil extracted from

Information on vegan additives provided by The Elated Vegan.
Updated on
Jan 5, 2024

Data safety

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Ratings and reviews

4.99K reviews
David Moslehi
March 26, 2024
I have used a few similar apps before but Ingred has so far been the best ingredient analyser. Way better than the likes of EWG. The label scanner has issues with the OCR and needs to be improved but overall it does the job. I also want to thank the developer.
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Laura Porras
January 5, 2024
I had the older version. Today, I downloaded the new version, and my camera choices are disabled. It asks for permissions which I gave it, but still won't work. I used the app to shop and now I can't activate it. I uninstalled and reinstalled many times. Any advice?
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Raúl Vadillo
January 5, 2024
We have released a new version to solve possible errors that have been reproduced in some users. We hope that it will soon be available for download on Google Play so that you can continue using the app as usual.
A Google user
March 5, 2020
Here are my thoughts after using briefly - The app can read labels and highlight ingredients effectively. Generally this works well. Sometimes it can take a number of photos to work and took a restart in one instance to be able to read a biscuit label (soft package - not flat). - It is worth checking the scanned label, second tab (list, label, image) to check that all ingredients identified. Some were missed. I would love a wheat and derivatives option similar to Vegan option.
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Request for consent. Fixes.