candelilla


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Synonyms for candelilla

wax-coated Mexican shrub related to Euphorbia antisyphilitica

wax-coated shrub of northern Mexico and southwestern United States

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Cassab Group Enters into Agreement with Kahl GmbH II-48 Clariant AG Introduces Ceridust Waxes II-48 Clariant Enters into Distribution Agreement with Cornell Brothers II-49 Horn Enters Partnership with Multiceras II-49 KahlWax to Introduce Three New Organic Waxes for Personal Care II-49 Wison Engineering Delivers Six Projects for PetroChina II-49 Koster Keunen Milks Introduces Sprayable and Easy-to-Use Wax Dispersions II-49 Multiceras Develops Alternative Technique for Extraction of Candelilla Wax II-49 BASF SE Opens New Plant for Oxidized Polyethylene Waxes Production II-49 KahlWax Introduces VegoJelly 7036 Plus II-50 Lubrizol Introduces Lanco(TM) 1580 LF Polyethylene Wax II-50 Altana acquires ChemCor II-50 IGI Introduces 100% vegetable wax II-50 KahlWax Acquires SPICA S.
Their lip balm is made primarily with candelilla wax, a plant-based wax derived from the candelilla shrub, sweet almond oil and shea butter.
Palo brea trees provide the shade, candelilla (native Southwest euphorbia) dot the grid of black pea gravel, and Indian fig (Opuntia) punctuates the decomposed granite.
lechugilla (Agave lecheguilla), leather stem (Jatropha dioica), Opuntia microdesys, tree cholla (Opuntia imbricata), desert christmas cactus (Opuntia leptocaulis), candelilla (Euphorbia antisiphylitica), hedgehog cactus (Echinocereus sp.
Made of oil-based ingredients, such as silicone-treated pigments or natural vegetal waxes like rice and candelilla wax, which are not affected by water present in the atmosphere or in a pool.
This well tested a structural trap independent and separate from the other pools along the Yatay, Candelilla, Avispa and Ceibo structural trend suggesting the presence of a larger petroleum system that charged the different structural closures discovered to date.
lechugilla (Agave lecheguilla), leather stem (Jatropha dioica), tree cholla (Opuntia imbricata), desert christmas cactus (Opuntia leptocaulis), candelilla (Euphorbia antisiphylitica), hedgehog cactus (Echinocereus sp.
In the Guatiquia Block (PRE 100% working interest), the Avispa-1X well spudded in the first quarter 2014 and reached a total depth (" TD ") of 12,262 feet measured depth (" MD ") targeting a separate structure midway between the recent Ceibo-1 discovery and the Candelilla Field.
0 kernel oil (and) hydrogenated vegetable oil Candelilla wax 10.
Seven biotic communities were recognized within the Desert Scrub--Tobosa Grass, Larrea, Larrea-Agave-Flourensia, Larrea-Fouquera-Jatropha, Candelilla, Hechtia, and Larrea-Yucca.
Supply Constraints Affects Candelilla Wax Market II-12
This is evident through their efforts in promoting an eco-efficient operation and through programs that help enrich the lives and communities of their candelilla collectors.
Market Trends and Issues II-5 Declining Mineral-based Wax Supplies Spur Growth in Substitutes II-5 Advances in Polymer Technology to Boost Market Growth II-5 Consolidation Whittles Down Number of Market Players II-5 Demographics Impact Key Market Sectors Such as Cosmetics II-6 Specialty Wax Blends - Growing Popularity II-6 Changing Significance of Petroleum Wax II-6 Niche Applications Support Faltering Candelilla Wax Market II-6 Crop Protection - A Promising End-Use Area for Waxes II-6
30 acrylate crosspolymer) Phase B Candelilla Wax SP 75 (Strahl & Pitsch) 8.
8,435,546 B2; Beiersdorf AG, Hamburg, has patented a cosmetic, dermatological or pharmaceutical preparation that is comprised of (a) one or more lipids, which comprise at least one lipid selected from mineral oils, cetearyl isononanoate, caprylic/capric triglycerides, ethylhexyl cocoate, octyldodecanol, cyclic silicone oils, and linear silicone oils: (b) one or more waxes comprising at least one wax selected from beeswax and other insect waxes, paraffin waxes, synthetic waxes, chemically-modified natural waxes, triglyceride waxes, fatty acids, fatty alcohols, candelilla waxes, carnauba waxes, Japan wax, esparto grass wax, cork wax, rice wax, sugar cane wax, flower waxes, leaf waxes from conifers, coffee wax, flax wax, and sesame wax; and (c) one or more gases.