Cetearyl Olivate / Sorbitan Olivate

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This PEG-free emulsifier is known by the trade name Olivem 1000. It is derived from olive oil, and combines the properties of olive oil with other naturally derived ingredients that then add desirable emulsification properties.

The INCI name is Cetearyl Olivate/Sorbitan Olivate. It is obtained from the original olive oil by esterification of its fatty acid groups and combined with sorbitol and cetearyl alcohol. It is a non-ionic and mild emulsifier.

Sorbitol is the alcohol form of sucrose. It occurs naturally in fruits and vegetables. It has humectant properties, which promotes the retention of water.

Cetearyl Alcohol is a naturally derived emulsifying wax, produced from a mixture of fatty alcohols. It is used in emollients, thickeners, and emulsion stabilizers.

Olivem 1000 is made from natural raw materials, and is free of soap and ethoxylated ingredients. It facilitates retention of skin moisture and increases the active ingredient's resistance to water and/or sweat.

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