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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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What is Lauryl glucoside?

13/05/2020 - By Charlotte Vohtz

What is Lauryl glucoside?

Lauryl glucoside is a sugar based surfactant used as an emulsifier and stabiliser in creams and lotions.

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What is Isoamyl p-Methoxycinnamate?

13/05/2020 - By Alexandra Julian

What is Isoamyl p-Methoxycinnamate?

Isoamyl p-methoxycinnamate is a natural compound which is found in the roots of the Indian Galangal plant, a member of the Ginger family.

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What is Green People's fair trade policy?

13/05/2020 - By Alexandra Julian

What is Green People's fair trade policy?

All of our products are made either in the UK, or in a family owned and run manufacturing facility in Scandinavia.

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What is Corn Sugar Gum (Xanthan gum)?

13/05/2020 - By Alexandra Julian

What is Corn Sugar Gum (Xanthan gum)?

The proper name for this ingredient is Xanthan gum which is produced by the fermentation of maize starch (corn starch) with the bacteria Xanthomonas campestris.

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What is Betaine & why is it used in toothpaste?

13/05/2020 - By Charlotte Vohtz

What is Betaine & why is it used in toothpaste?

Derived from sugar beet, Betaine has a strong affinity with water and is utilised by body cells to protect themselves against dehydration.

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What is the difference between an allergy and a sensitivity?

13/05/2020 - By Charlotte Vohtz

What is the difference between an allergy and a sensitivity?

Allergies should not be confused with sensitivities. A true allergic reaction will result in the release of histamine and may result in serious symptoms that can affect different systems of the body.

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What evidence is there to support claims that many chemicals are absorbed through the skin?

13/05/2020 - By Alexandra Julian

What evidence is there to support claims that many chemicals are absorbed through the skin?

Until comparatively recently it was believed that the skin was an efficient barrier that prevented external substances from entering the body.

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What do the batch numbers mean?

13/05/2020 - By Alexandra Julian

What do the batch numbers mean?

It is possible to ascertain the date of manufacture from the batch number of the product.

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What causes heat rash/prickly heat?

13/05/2020 - By Alexandra Julian

What causes heat rash/prickly heat?

Heat Rash or Prickly Heat is properly known as Miliaria and is characterised by itchy red spots which typically develop on the chest, on the armpits and between the thighs in hot climates. It is caused by blocked sweat ducts which in turn lead to irritation and inflammation of sweat glands.

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What are the antibacterial properties of the Organic Children Hand Sanitiser?

13/05/2020 - By Alexandra Julian

What are the antibacterial properties of the Organic Children Hand Sanitiser?

The ingredient that we use in the Hand Sanitiser is an extract from Tea Tree oil (Melaleuca alternifolia). In tests this ingredient has been shown to have inhibitory activity against a wide range...

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