In March 2020, Ethical Consumer searched the Odylique website. The company produced sunscreen, which was an area in which nanotechnology was very common. Ethical Consumer considered nanotechnology to be a technology that carried potential environmental and health risks, and had not yet been
sufficiently established as safe.
The company listed nanoparticles in the ingredients it did not use. It gave the following reason for this. "Not enough evidence is currently available to support their use. Concerns exist due to potential disruption to body chemistry."
As such the company was considered to have a positive policy on nanoparticles; this reference is for information only.