Hair & Skin Care Product Ingredients

Is it natural or not? Presented here in the order they are most likely to appear on a product label are natural and synthetic options for common ingredients.
Material Synthetic Natural
oils, fats mineral oil, petrolatum (petroleum jelly) almond, safflower, sunflower, cocoa butter, hemp, apricot, avacado, grapeseed,lanolin
waxes paraffin, ozokerite, ceresin beeswax, candellila, bayberry and carnauba wax
emollients cetyl/stearyl alcohol, stearalkonium chloride aloe vera, glycerine, calendula and chamomile extracts,
humectants propylene/ethylene glycol, dimethicone, carbitol glycerine, honey, sorbitol, castor, mucopolysaccharides
detergents, soaps sodium lauryl sulfate, cocamidopropyl betaine, cocamide DEA coconut and palm oil soap, castile soap (usually olive oil)
surfactants quaternarium-7, PEGs (polyethylene glycols), TEA laureth sulfate lauryl alcohol, hydrolyzed animal protein
astringents isopropanol, SD alcohol, acetone witch hazel extract, ethanol (natural), horse chestnut, myrrh extracts
emulsifiers, solubilizers polysorbates (40,60,80), sodium stearate, sodium sulfonate veg.eWax, lecithin, phytosterols
sequestrants EDTA/sodium EDTA, tetrasodium pyrophosphate corn syrup, alginates, kelp, extract
foaming agents lauramide/cocamide DEA, triethanolamine quillaja and yucca saponins, soapwort
fungistats, bacteriostats methyl/propyl paraben, quaternarium-15, phenol(s), phenoxyethanol citrus seed/peel extract, eucalyptus, tea tree oils, carvacrol (thyme, oregano oil), rosemary oil extract
antioxidants, preservatives BHA, BHT, imidazolidinyl urea, quaternary ammoniums, diazolidinyl urea vitamin C (ascorbic acid), vitamin E (tocopherols), green tea extract, eugenol (clove oil), ginger