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    Leucidal Liquid SF, Natural Moisturizing Antimicrobial Ingredient for Homemade Hyaluronic Acid Serums and Other Cosmetics, 1 oz.
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    List Price: $13.49
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    • Leucidal® Liquid SF is versatile and can be used in a wide range of cosmetic products.
    • Water soluble, stable up to 70°C, and for pH ranges 3-8.
    • Leucidal® Liquid SF is a probiotic-based ingredient created by the fermentation of Lactobacillus.
    • ECOCERT approved ingredient in Certified Organic products and is Salicylate and GMO FREE!
    • One of the best natural preservatives available for DIY Vitamin C & Hyaluronic Acid Serums! This self-preserving cosmetic active provides mild protection against bacteria, mold, and yeasts.

    Optiphen Plus - Optiphen + All Natural Preservative 2 Oz - Our formula of Optiphen with Sorbic Acid to Prevent Mold & Bacteria - Enough Preservative for about 12 pound of solution
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    List Price: $5.99
    Price: $5.99


    • Optiphen PLUS provides additional protection against microbial growth
    • Clear solution - mixes well in lotion making. - Great for waterbased sollutions.
    • Great for making homemade lotion, cream, shampoo, lip balm etc.
    • Mix about 0.5% - 1.0% Optiphen PLUS with your cream, lotion, shampoo etc. - This small 2 oz bottle is enough for about 12 pounds of solution
    • Paraben-free, Formaldehyde-free All Natural Preservative

Dr. SCHELLER Natural & Effective GmbH Partners with NPI, InHealth Media

Dr. SCHELLER natural & chattels GmbH, the manufacturer of natural cosmetics, has announced its partnership with Nutritional Products Cosmopolitan (NPI) and InHealth Media for the distribution and marketing of its products in the United States.

Are fears that deodorant causes breast cancer unfounded?

Are fears that deodorant causes breast cancer unfounded? Don't be horrified of your cosmetics, she says. "Further studies need to be performed to determine if there is a relationship between parabens and heart cancer, but if one is concerned, there are natural products without parabens that could be used.

What are we really putting on our skin?

What are we really putting on our skin? According to Professor John Sumpter of Brunel University, England, an experienced on estrogenic chemicals in the environment, the use of these preservatives might just “play a r in falling sperm counts and rising breast cancer rates”.

What's New In 2012 Beauty Products

by Rachel Harris, managedmoms.com Last week I showed my favorite asset products from 2011, so now let's take a look at some of the cool cosmetics and a few fashion items that are new for 2012. I had a burst interviewing my Walgreens beauty expert,

Cosmetic Preservatives Market Volume Analysis, Segments, Value Share and Key Trends 2016 – 2024

Cosmetic Preservatives Market: Introduction

Cosmetic preservatives are used as antimicrobials, antioxidants, and stabilizers. Many cosmetics are produced via biodegradable elements. These can decay due to a variety of microbes. The presence of water in products is another reason for decomposition of cosmetics if stored for a long time. This may result in change of odor, viscosity, and color. Cosmetic preservatives are primarily added to product formulations to inhibit the growth of microbes. Based on raw material, preservatives are classified as natural and synthetic. Natural preservatives include oil extracts from plants such as curry leaf, cinnamon leaf, and clove bud. Commonly used synthetic preservatives include parabens, formaldehyde releasers, isothiazolinones, phenoxyethanol, and organic acids. However, synthetic compounds have been proved to be more effective in controlling the development of the bacteria. North America has been the largest cosmetic preservatives market in the world since the last few years.

Making my own cosmetics, help with preservatives?

I am making a facial mist of one part vegetable glycerin, three parts water, and some aloe vera juice. What is the shelf life of this mixture? Or what natural preservative could I add?

Also, making a scrub out of sugar, grapeseed oil,


just put some silica gel underneath the bottle or else use sodium nitrite, and also put it on refrigerator for optimum preservation.

Preservatives in cosmetics?

Im learning to make my own skincare from home so im just researching for the best natural preservatives i can add to my products!


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