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  • Sodium Laureth Sulfate-SLES
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    Sodium Laureth Sulfate-SLES is a sodium salt of laurel alcohol ethoxy sulfate. SLES produces lots of suds that are gentle and mild. Lots of suds are perceived by the consumer as the effectiveness of cleaning products.

  • Citric Acid
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    Citric Acid helps adjust pH levels in skincare products. pH is important for product quality and safety. It affects the performance of ingredients and can lead to undesired outcomes if not balanced. Citric Acid can lower pH levels if they become too alkaline.

  • QuickPearl™️ – Pearlizer Liquid
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    QuickPearl Pearlizer is a concentrate of surfactants that gives a pearlescent appearance. It can be added to various personal care products.

  • Lactobionic Acid
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    Lactobionic acid is derived from the oxidation of lactose. It is an aldobionic acid comprising one molecule of the sugar galactose and one molecule of gluconic acid attached via an acetal linkage. It is also often referred to as a polyhydroxy bionic acid due to its multiple hydroxyl groups

  • Willow Bark Extract – Clear Liquid
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    Willow Bark Extract is a source of natural salicylic acid-like ingredients that have been shown to contribute effects similar to those seen from synthetic salicylic acid with none of the drawbacks associated with its use, primarily irritation. As such, it is a safe way to get the benefits of ß-hydroxy acid.

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  • Salicylic Acid BP
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    Salicylic Acid BP is a synthetically produced beta hydroxy acid used in skin treatment products. This product is slightly soluble in water and freely soluble in alcohol.

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  • Bromelain Enzyme
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    Bromelain Enzyme powder helps break down and dissolve dead skin cells on the surface of the skin. Bromelain is used in skin care treatments as an alpha hydroxy acid and is very effective in gently removing the dead skin cells on the surface of the skin by chemical exfoliation.

  • AHA Fruit Acid – Oil Soluble
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    AHA fruit acid is a standardized extraction of five plant species: Bilberry, Sugar Cane, Orange, Lemon, and Sugar Maple these botanical extracts deliver five AHAs to the skin: Lactic Acid, Glycolic Acid, Citric Acid,  Malic and Tartaric Acids.

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  • Walnut Shell Powder
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    Walnut shell powder is a hard fibrous material ideal as an abrasive. Its grit is extremely durable, angular, and multi-faceted, yet considered a soft abrasive.

  • Mandelic Acid
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    Mandelic acid belongs to a group of alpha hydroxyl acids (AHA). It has exfoliating, antibacterial, and anti-aging effects. Works to accelerate cell turnover for a youthful complexion.

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  • Papain Enzyme
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    Papain Enzyme is present in Papaya. The Papaya tree was originally native to Mexico, Central, and North and  South America, but is now cultivated in most tropical countries of the world.

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  • Liquid Lactic Acid, 88%
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    Liquid Lactic acid helps to remove old, dull cells on the skin’s surface by dissolving the bonds that hold them together. This process is called exfoliation.

  • Liquid Glycolic Acid 70%
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    Glycolic Acid is the simplest hydroxy acid. It widely exists in nature, such as sugarcane, sugar beet, and grape. It is a fruit acid with the smallest molecular weight. It can effectively penetrate skin pores, accelerate cell shedding, promote skin renewal, improve excessive keratosis, loosen and block pores, and keep pores unblocked.

  • Azelaic Acid
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    Azelaic Acid is a naturally occurring chemical belonging to the class of dicarboxylic acids. In skin care, it is most commonly used to treat acne.

  • Salicylic Acid
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    Salicylic acid is a beta-hydroxy acid used in skin-care products for treating acne and pimple-prone skin,  It has direct activity as an anti-inflammatory agent and acts as a topical antibacterial keratolytic agent, due to its ability to promote exfoliation.

  • Urea
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    Urea is a derivative of protein metabolism and appears in the urine. It is a whitish pellet with a slight ammoniacal odor.

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