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Abi-Latum SC (Glycine soja (soybean) oil and hydrogenated cotton seed oil) is a cost-effective blend which could be used as a natural alternative to petrolatum.

Hydro-Kote® M (Hydrogenated Palm Kernel oil with soy lecithin) is a replacement for cocoa butter, excellent stability, low irritation. Used in lipsticks, pomades, glosses, antiperspirants.

Acconon®CC-6 (PEG-6 Caprylic / Capric glycerides) is a non-ionic water-soluble emollient, emulsifying agent (HLB 12.5), secondary surfactant with re-fatting properties. It is recommended for hair care and bath products.

Capmul®MCM (Caprylic / Capric mono-and diglycerides) is an excellent solvent for many organic compounds, a useful emulsifier for W/O (water-in-oil) systems and is recommended for creams, lotions, ointments and lipsticks.

Caprol® PGE 860 (Polyglycerol -10 mono / dioleate (polyglycerol ester) is a non-ionic, non-alkoxylated multifunctional hydrophilic (oil in water) emulsifier. It could be an alternative to selected polysorbate or other alkoxylated emulsifiers. It is also a viscosity modifier, foam enhancer, wetting agent, lubricant and solubiliser.

Captex® 100 (Propylene glycol dicaprate (or propylene didecanoate)) is an excellent solubiliser, skin emollient (creams and lotions), penetration enhancer, produces a smooth, non-greasy, powdery after feel with shine (suncare and hair care products) and is a replacement for mineral oil. Good for make-up removal.

Captex® 170 (Coco-caprylate / caprate (polar lipids)) used in deodorant sticks (gels and topical), creams and lotions.

Captex® 200 (Propylene glycol dicaprylate / caprate) is a solubiliser, skin conditioning agent, emollient used in liquid foundations and colour cosmetics, excellent lubricity.

Captex SBE (Caprylic / Capric / Palmitic / Stearic triglyceride) is a non-hydrogenated, low trans-structured lipid designed to be used by itself or as an extender for speciality butters and has extremely good oxidative stability. Eliminates graininess typically associated with speciality butters.