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The Chemical Maze

By Bill Statham

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Emulsifiers hold two ingredients together that normally don’t mix. This can either be a physical substance (like a wax) or a physical action (shake well before use!). Synthetic emulsifiers are usually petroleum/hydrocarbon derivatives and can be allergens. Natural emulsifiers are obtained from various nuts, berries and leaves.

Some Synthetic Emulsifiers

Alkoxykated Amides (eg TEA, DEA, MEA, MIPA compounds) can undergo nitrosation to
form nitrosamines, which are known carcinogens
PEG compounds – may contain the toxic byproduct dioxane
Sorbitan Stearate, Laurate, Palmitate, Oleate etc
Ozokerite, Ceresin, Silicone and Montan Waxes Isopropyl Stearate, Laurate, Palmitate, Oleate etc

Some Natural Emulsifiers

Plant Waxes (eg. Candelilla, Carnauba, Jojoba, Rice Bran)

Xanthan Gum
Quince Seed