vegetable wax

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veg·e·ta·ble wax

palm wax or any wax derived from plants such as the bayberry.
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Based on material type, the market has been divided into synthetic wax, paraffin wax, vegetable wax, and animal wax.
By combining a high percentage of lime seed oil with a small amount of vegetable wax, Desert Whale Jojoba achieves the benefits of lime seed oil in a more stable and functional butter base, said the company.
Executives said vegetable wax has a slower burn rate than paraffin waxes, and it also burns cooler, which helps to retain scent.
Rocca-Lundstrom said vegetable wax burns differently and more inconsistently than combination waxes.
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These products include animal or vegetable oils and their cleavage products, prepared edible fats, animal or vegetable waxes, edible fruits and nuts, fish and crustaceans, and manufactured tobacco.
Animal or vegetable oils and their cleavage products, prepared edible fats, animal or vegetable waxes werethe leading agricultural commodity exports in the third quarter, accounting for the largest share of 27 percent valued at $433.77 million.In contrast, the PSA identified cereals as the top agricultural import with a value of $376.03 million or lower than the $403.33 million recorded last year.
Formulated with natural vegetable waxes it ensures perfectly volumised and glossy lashes.
It also has extract of guava, carrot, sunflower oil, vegetable waxes, shea butter and vegetable glycerine, Vitamin E Acetate, which combats the free radicals that make skin age, soothing echinacea and oils of lavender and rosewood.
Vegetable waxes and animal waxes have a high concentration of esters.
A GENTLE pencil with vegetable waxes to provide smooth application, with naturally occurring oxides to enhance and define eyes.