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    Phenonip - Natural Preservative Used for Lotion, Cream, Lip Balm or Body Butter 8 Oz - Enough preservative to support approximately 48 lbs. of product
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    List Price: $20.99
    Price: $20.99

    • Phenonip Natural Preservative is especially effective when used with oil based products.
    • Great preservative for making soap, lotion, cream, shampoo etc.
    • Phenonip tolerate higher temperature then other common preservatives.
    • Recommended usage 0.3% to 1%. This 8 oz bottle should provide enough preservative for about 48lbs of solution.

    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
    Beauty (SAAQIN®)


    List Price: $5.99
    Price: $5.99

    • Optiphen PLUS provides additional protection against microbial growth
    • Great for making homemade lotion, cream, shampoo, lip balm etc.
    • Clear solution - mixes well in lotion making. - Great for waterbased sollutions.
    • 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

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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!