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The univalent radical C16H33- of cetyl alcohol.
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INGREDIENTS WT% Phase A Olivem 1000 (Hallstar) (Cetearyl olivate, sorbitan olivate) 3.00 Oliwax LC (Hallstar) (Cetyl palmitate, sorbitan palmitate, 3.50 sorbitan olivate) Myritol 318 (BASF) (Caprylic/capric triglyceride) 3.00 Lanette O (BASF) (Cetearyl alcohol) 3.00 Cetiol SB 45 (BASF) (Butyrospermum parkii butter) 2.00 Eutanol G (BASF) (Octyldodecanol) 2.00 Phase B Deionized water 72.80 Solagum AX (Seppic) (Acacia Senegal gum, xanthan gum) 1.00 Zemea (Dupont Tate & Lyle) (Propanediol) 6.00 Euxyl PE9010 (schulke)(Phenoxyethanol, ethylhexylglycerin) 0.50 Phase C AnnonaSense CLR (CLR) 3.00 (Proposed INCI: annona cherimola fruit extract) Phase D Perfume Oil: I'm In Control (IFF) (Fragrance) 0.20 PROCEDURE: Predisperse the Solagum while stirring at 1100-1300rpm for 10 min.
Four variables, including the ratio of cetyl alcohol to cationic lipid, cationic lipid type, lipid to HA ratio, and organic to aqueous phase ratio, were studied, each with 2 levels in an irregular fraction factorial design (Table 1) by Design-Expert software (version 7.0.0; Stat-Ease, Inc., Minneapolis, MN, USA).
Featured materials include garlic, arabinogalactan, melatonin and cetyl myristoleate complex (CMC).
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.
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.
I got a book sent to me about arthritis where they say CMO (cetyl myristoleate) is a cure.
DNA was extracted by sonication in CTAB buffer (cetyl trimethyl ammonium bromide) (2) and amplified with the primer pair ITS5/ITS4.
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