naticide

£5.95

Naticide is an exciting natural preservative, made from essential oil compounds, which also acts as a fragrance - making this a 2-in-1 product!

Naticide is a Trade name and not acceptable for use on your product labels ingredient list. The correct INCI name for your label, when using Naticide is Parfum or Fragrance. This means, you can technically describe your product as preservative-free!

Naticide is a vegetable-based preservative with a Vanilla and Almond aroma used to preserve cosmetic formulations, providing good product stability and resistance to microbial contamination. In many cases, you may want to keep Naticide as the main fragrance, or add a complementary fragrance, however if you are already fragrancing your product, particularly with citrus, Naticide may clash with the scent. Testing small batches first is advised.

Being a natural preservative, it also conforms to consumer demands for naturally-derived cosmetic ingredients and preservative-free products.

Its broad spectrum activity allows it to be the only preservative needed in a cosmetic formulation.

Product Information

Key Benefits
- Allows your cosmetic products to be preservative free.
- Provides your cosmetic formulations with good stability.
- Inhibits bacterial growth in your cosmetic formulations.
- It does not contain allergens included in the Official Journal of the European Union; therefore it is considered to be a non-irritant.
- You may be able to include Naticide in your organic cosmetic formulations, please contact an approved organic certifier for further information.
  
Recommendations
Skin tonics; oily or dry
Facial creams
Body creams
Face and hand cleansers
Antiperspirants
Shampoos
Face masks
Body milk
Gels
  
Applications
Use between 0.3% to 1% depending on the formulation.
Performs its antimicrobial activity best at a pH of 4-9.
  
INCI
Parfum or Fragrance
  
Naticide is a trade name and may not be used on your products label ingredient list. Please use the products INCI name on your label when using Naticide.
  
Note: Individuals receiving this information must exercise their independent judgement in determining its appropriateness for a particular purpose or use.
  
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