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Related to cetyl: cetyl alcohol, cetyl palmitate


The univalent radical C16H33- of cetyl alcohol.
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The research will assess the performance of a number of different monolayer products, including two prominent brands, the cetyl alcohol/lime-based Water$avr and a new silicone-based product called Aquatain (see page 5).
Offers cetyl alcohol NF and cetyl-stearyl alcohol as mold releases in plastics.
Pearlman created a formula out of nontoxic ingredients (stearyl alcohol, propylene glycol, sodium lauryl sulfate, cetyl alcohol, and water, among others) that basically "shrink-wraps" lice when it dries on the hair, completely blocking their breathing holes, or spiracles.
Steve Shiel, Aussie Haircare expert says 'One of the most important ways of removing frizz is to ensure that the individual hair strands are as aligned as possible--the rich levels of cetyl alcohol smooth and align each strand to give the perfect foundation for frizz-free hair.
Cetyl myristoleate (CM), a fatty acid that regulates inflammation and pain, is one of them.
The fatty alcohols like cetyl, stearyl and ceteryl are used as emollients but are often wrongly associated with ethyl.
Also supplied as 100 percent active, Tego Flow 354 is a cetyl dimethicone copolyol that promotes clean print quality in ink jet inks by improving flow and stabilizing the ink.
water, cetearyl isononanoate, butylene glycol, dimenthicone, cetyl alcohol
50 for 125mlDR WHITE: The usual mixture of water (aqua), oil (paraffinum liquidum), binding agents (cetearyl alcohol and cetyl alcohol) and preservatives (propylparaben).
Cetyl alcohol and stearic acid are both naturally derived substances.
Lauryl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, Stearyl Alcohol : European Union Market Outlook 2010 and Forecast till 2015
oil having a cannabinoid content of at least 10%; Angelica sinensis extract; Croton lechleri resin; Astragalus membranaceous root extract; and emulsifier, cosmetic fillers, building agents, preservatives, or moisturizing agent selected from the group consisting of candellia/jojoba/rice bran polyclyceryl-3-ester; glyceryl stearate; cetearyl alcohol; sodium stearoyl lactylate; sodium hyaluronate; glycerin; cetyl hydroxyethylcellulose; xanthan gum; caprylyl alcohol; potassium sorbate; and tocopherol; and an effective amount of sodium hydroxide present to increase the pH level in the overall composition and to prevent the dragon's blood resin from turning a shade of pink.