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What is Sodium lauryl glucose carboxylate?

13/05/2020 - By Charlotte Vohtz

What is Sodium lauryl glucose carboxylate?

Sodium lauryl glucose carboxylate is a sugar based surfactant used as an emulsifier and stabiliser in creams and lotions. They are produced from naturally occurring raw materials using natural processes and are perfectly safe with no adverse effects.

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Is sodium coco sulphate the same as sodium lauryl sulphate?

13/05/2020 - By Alexandra Julian

Is sodium coco sulphate the same as sodium lauryl sulphate?

Sodium coco sulfate is not the same as Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS). The latter has a small molecular mass which enables it to penetrate the skin and affect living cells under the surface.

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Are Green People products phenoxyethanol free?

12/05/2020 - By Charlotte Vøhtz

Are Green People products phenoxyethanol free?

Phenoxyethanol is a preservative that does occur in nature, for example in the seeds of some citrus fruits. For commercial use it is synthesized as the cost of extracting it from natural sources would be too high both in terms of financial cost and valuable food source.

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