This natural emulsifier is so versatile - we love the serums it can create with oils.
Cyclodextrin, Sorbitol, Polyglyceryl-3 Diisostearate
Meet our cold process, 100% naturally derived emulsifer, Natural Emulsifier 146. This oil-in-water emulsifier can create a range of textures from sprays to lotions, and can emulsify many vegetable oils, even in formulas with up to 60% oil.
Cyclodextrin and Sorbitol are produced through enzymatic breakdown of large sugar-based molecules. Polyglyceryl-3 is produced by joining multiple glycerin molecules together, where it is then joined to isostearic acid through chemical synthesis. The chemical reactions are considered natural.
Cold process ability uses less energy
Plant (Cyclodextrin: Potato, Sorbitol: Maize or Wheat, Polyglyceryl-3 Diisostearate: Coconut/Maize, Sunflower or Rapeseed)
Cold Process Emulsifier
Fluid Serums, Lotions
2 - 8%
Off White / None / Powder
Store in closed container in a dark, cool and dry place.
See expiration date on Certificate of Analysis.
For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.
Starches from potatoes, maize and wheat are broken down to produce cyclodextrin and sorbitol.
Multiple glycerin molecules join together to form polyglyceryl-3, then isostearic acid is added.
The resulting crystals are shaped into an easy to use, homogenous powder.