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Our new BioGreen Emulsifier (Palm Free)
is an exceptionally green, oil in water (O/W) Emulsifier made from Glucose extracted from Wheat combined with fatty acids taken from Castor Beans. This means it is 100% vegetable origin. It has excellent eco credentials being one of the new Palm free Emulsifiers and is 100% biodegradable.
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BioGreen (Palm Free)
Now available to order
Penetrates skin easily
Emulsifies a wide range of ingredients
Very resistent to electrolytes (great for salt cream scrubs)
Tolerates a wide pH range (3 to 10)
Skin tolerating tests show it is non-irritating
Very stable (does not need cetearyl alcohol)
Creates lamellar creams and lotions
A highly versatile Emulsifier
Around the eye products
Sensitive skin products
What is it?
Where does it come from?
An exceptionally green, oil in water (O/W) Emulsifier made from Glucose extracted from Wheat combined with fatty acids taken from Castor Beans.
This means it is 100% vegetable origin. It has excellent eco credentials, is Palm free and 100% biodegradable.
Try these great free recipes
We have some great free recipes to get you started. To view these click the link below and select the recipes tab:
Tripple Butter Cream and Simplest Ever Cream recipes
BioGreen creates lamellar creams and lotions which feel fabulous on the skin. Lamellar means the oil molecules are surrounded by water molecules forming a layer and this is repeated forming multiple layers. Lamellar layers also allow Actives to penetrate the skin in a more efficient fashion and give good long term hydration against TEWL (trans epidermal water loss) in the upper layers of the skin.
It penetrates the skin easily and leaves no white drag or soaping effect (when a cream goes white on the skin and seems to take ages to rub in). It can emulsify a wide range of Vegetable Oils, Butters and Waxes resulting in creams and lotions with very sophisticated, elegant textures that spread easily and leave the skin feeling very soft and smooth.
It is very resistant to electrolytes making it possible to make salt cream scrubs (often, salts will cause creams to separate).
It can tolerate a wide pH range (3-10) which means it is also good for AHA peeling creams as well as other Actives that may have varying pH levels that could potentially cause a cream to separate or split.
To read more about the properties, uses and benefits of BioGreen Emulsifier (and get some free recipes in the Recipes Tab!)
to view in our online store.
View Our Other Recently Launched Products
Brazil Nut Oil
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Eco Marine Algae Extract
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Pomegranate Seed Oil
Tomato Seed Oil
White Poppy Seed Oil
Wu Zhu Extract
to visit our Blog for more recipes for these and many other great products.
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