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All Natural Preservatives for Cosmetics

Posted By: yimingbiotechnology

Date: Fri, 25 Mar 2022

Price: $10.00

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Bacteria, fungi and yeasts will grow in cosmetics during the period of storage without the assistance of preservatives. Much like keeping food fresh and safe, preservative for water based cosmetics play a crucial role in keeping our cosmetics safe. This includes optimizing the elements of packaging, processes and ingredients, so the end product can meet all the safety requirements.


ε-Polylysine molecules are cationic, surface active agents in water due to their positively-charged amino groups. This property imports many benefits when used as an ingredient in cosmetics and personal care products.


ε-Polylysine is widely used in personal care and personal cleansing products, such as lotions, masks, sprays, moisturizers, essences, gels, sunscreen lotions, liquid foundations, sunblock lotions, milk cleansers, shampoos and hair conditioners.


Common Preservatives in Cosmetics
Organic Safe Preservatives in Cosmetics
Advantages of Natural Preservatives for Diy Cosmetics


Natural and healthy


Broad spectrum of antibacterial


Safe and easy to use: readily soluble in water


Highly heat-stable and usable over a wide pH range (5 to 8)


Friendly blend with other preservatives


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