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…extracts. It is also useful as a replacement for ethanol, acting like a solvent in the preparation of herbal extractions. Earlier, Glycerol was used for anti-freezing in automotive applications before it was replaced by ethylene glycol that has a much lower freezing point. Although at minimum, the glycerol-water mixture’s freezing point is much higher than the ethylene-glycol mixture, it is not toxic, which gave scientists the idea to re-examine…

Ethylene Glycol Stearate or simply Glycol Stearate is an ingredient in cosmetic products. Along with its other counterparts, Glycol Stearate SE and Glycol Distearate, it is naturally colored white to cream waxy solid. These are mixtures of mono- and diesters of the compound ethylene glycol and stearic acid. All have the ability to stabilize emulsions, have emollient properties and are considered surfactants making them ideal ingredients in most…

…is a number than indicates the average number of units of ethylene oxide found in the molecule. Laureth -10 is a part of the family of chemicals that are used for the manufacture of many personal skin and hair care products. It is also used as a main ingredient in nail care products, deodorants and skin moisturizing products such as lotions and creams. Laureth- 10 is a polyethylene glycol ether of lauryl alcohol. Lauryl alcohol has many natural…

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