candelilla wax

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a hard brown wax that occurs as a coating on candelilla shrubs

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E902 Candelilla wax An anti-caking and glazing agent used in confectionery, chocolate-coated bakery wares, snacks, nuts, coffee beans, dietary food supplements, fresh citrus fruit, melons, apples, pears, peaches and pineapples.
It's made with candelilla wax to protect against moisture loss and macadamia nut oil to soothe and soften the delicate skin on your face.
1/2 ounce Shea Butter, Candelilla Wax, or Carnauba Wax (Both waxes are plant source waxes.
Candelilla Wax as an Organogelator for Vegetable Oils-An Alternative to Develop trans-free Products for the Food Industry
KahlWax is one of the leading specialists in natural waxes, such as beeswax, carnauba wax, candelilla wax, and many others.
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.
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
Candelilla wax (INCI: Euphorbia cerif era cera) is the backbone of many stick formulations.
0 kernel oil (and) hydrogenated vegetable oil Candelilla wax 10.
30 acrylate crosspolymer) Phase B Candelilla Wax SP 75 (Strahl & Pitsch) 8.