Cetyl Alcohol

Rated 5.0 out of 5
14 Reviews
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INCI Name: Cetyl alcohol
Charge:Non-Ionic
HLB:15.5

This product is derived from certified sustainable palm oil.

Cetyl Alcohol is a fatty alcohol used as an emulsion stabiliser and opacifier, adding body and viscosity to creams and lotions, and improving texture and feel with its characteristic velvety texture. It imparts emollient properties to formulations due to its absorption and retention in the epidermis where it lubricates and softens the skin. Useful in creams, lotions, and scrubs; it can also be used to increase the melt point and improve the texture of whipped butters and lotion bars.

This product is intended for external use only

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Reviewed by Luana D.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Cetyl Alcohol

I use this in my solid shampoo and conditioner..great product, never had a problem. Easy to use!

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Reviewed by Ellen & Nicko W.
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Good product

As described. Fast shipping!

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Reviewed by Cheryl
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Does what it should

Reliable quality

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Reviewed by Jessica M.
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Makes soap more Bubbly

makes your home made soap more bubbly and lather better. Made my fluid hot process soap less fluid. Not sure what I did wrong. Will be my own fault no doubt.

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Reviewed by Melanie D.
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Rated 5 out of 5
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Great stuff

Really like this product to use in my face creams.

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