Used in Cosmetics

Used in Cosmetics

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Used in cosmetics

Low molecular weight alcohols, acids and esters are widely used in cosmetics. For example, batyl alcohol, derived from glycerin is a non-drying fatty alcohol used as a stabilizing and skin-conditioning ingredient in skin care products; salicylic acid has been found to exfoliate, degrease the skin, reduce inflammation and improve the appearance of pores, and it is increasingly being used as a staple ingredient in acne-related skin care products; Parabens are a family of related chemicals that are commonly used as preservatives in cosmetic products to prevent the growth of harmful bacteria and mold.

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Some low molecular weight alcohols, acids or esters can be used in cosmetics. Chemists from Alfa Chemistry have a great deal of experience in the applications and tests of low molecular weight alcohols, acids or esters. Our experienced chemists are pleased to work with you to solve your problems in scientific research and industrial applications. We provide testing services include but not limited to:

  • Acute Oral Toxicity Tests
  • Acute Dermal Toxicity
  • Acute Eye Irritation/Corrosion
  • Skin Prick Test
  • Skin Photoallergy Test
  • Mutagenicity Test
  • Repeated-dose Oral Toxicity Studies
  • Repeated-dose Dermal Toxicity Studies
  • Teratogenic Test
  • Combined Chronic Toxicity/Carcinogenicity Test
  • Metabolism and Kinetics
  • Acute Inhalation Toxicity
 

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Please feel free to contact us for more details on cosmetic testing of low molecular weight alcohols, acids or esters or other chemicals.

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