It’s not easy being green, part 2: Silicone substitutes

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Adventures in Cosmetic Chemistry, volume 4, 2019
originally issued to subscribers in April 2019

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This almost 13,000 word e-zine is all about using silicone substitutes in place of ingredients like cyclomethicone and dimethicone in your lotions, creams, and hair care products to create more naturally compliant products. We’re taking a look at using ingredients like Naturderm IL, coco caprylate, broccoli seed oil, dicapryl ether, bamboo isoflavones, bamboo bioferment, LuxGlide/LexFeel, NatraSil, daikon radish extract, and Neossance Hemisqualane with emulsifiers like Varisoft EQ 65, Olivem 1000, Montanov 68 B, and more!

 

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