GEOGARD ECT PDF

Geogard® ECT is a unique, patented combination of 4 components: Benzyl Alcohol, Salicylic Acid, Sorbic Acid, and Glycerin, which are well-accepted in a wide. Geogard™ ECT Preservative is a unique combination of 4 components – BenzylAlcohol, Salicylic Acid, Glycerin, and Sorbic Acid, which are. Other trade names include Mikrokill ECT, Geogard ECT and Plantaserv M. Also sold as Geogard™ ECT available from Voyageur Soap and Candle.

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Silver Steel Can with metal lid – 4. Just letting you know dsanderson benzyl alcohol tends to break emulsion and has strong odor I et not recommend using this for emulsion batches. Saffire Blue will notify you immediately of any additional shipping charges.

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Bulk and Case sizes may ship separately. Lonza Personal Care also supplies a wide array of other hair- and skin-care products, including biotechnology-derived active ingredients, preservatives for use in certified natural and organic products and other products, proteins, emollients and more. Displaying 1 to 2 of 2 reviews.

June in General. Smells strong at first, but scent quickly faded when my lotion cooled.

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Premium Body Care Unacceptable Ingredients. Perry, that study is quite horrifying Forum Software Powered by Vanilla. Regarding this topic I would stay away from mommy blogs, EWG and other unsupported scaremongering sites and leave it to people who know what they’re talking about.

Every substance has its toxic level, even clean water. However, UL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy of the information contained on this website and strongly encourages that upon final product or material selection information is validated with the manufacturer.

This website provides links to other websites owned by third parties. The real take-away is in the summary; “It is concluded that Phenoxyethanol is safe as a Cosmetic Ingredient in the present practices of use and concentration. I would recommend below no parabens: If you want more unbiased information on an ingredient, you can check it here for example.

Yes, I had to adjust the ph by adding Sodium Hydroxide as my lotion was on the acidic side. The content of such third party sites is not within our control, and we cannot and will not take responsibility for the information or content. If you read the report thorougly you will see that phenoxyethanol is safe to use in usual concentrations. Female hormone problems, multiple carcinogens, skin irritations, chromosomal changes, etc. Meets ECOCERT standards Wide pH compatibility, pH 3 – 8, and good temperature stability Non-paraben, non-formaldehyde, non-isothiazolone based system Broad spectrum activity on bacteria, yeast and moulds Wide regulatory approval Low odour profile; Ideal for fragrance-free systems Compatible in a wide range of skin care, hair care and sun care systems Excellent safety profile INCI: Yes you can combine preservatives, it is not so common however since suppliers usually have lots of effective combinations already available.

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At the allowable rates it is safe. My question is can you use two broad spectrum preservatives such as Optiphen Plus inci: Sign In or Register to comment.

The information presented here was acquired by UL from the producer of the product or material or original information provider. The second half to this question would be around preservative usage rate. The novel composition of this antimicrobial blend offers broad spectrum protection in a diverse range of products against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria, yeast and molds.

I would take Microformulation ‘s advice and only read credible references. Lonza makes their documentation available in the regions indicated below: However, UL assumes no responsibility or liability for the accuracy of the information contained on this website and strongly encourages that upon final product or material selection information is validated with the manufacturer.

The rest of the citation is simply very technically detailed information supporting the assertion. Don’t feed into chemophobia and scare mongering. How can this be acceptable?