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Jojoba Esters and Acacia Decurrens Flower Wax and Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Wax and Polyglycerin-3. ACTICIRE® acts as a texturizing agent. It is a natural active based on a complex of jojoba, mimosa and sunflower waxes. Due to the presence of amphiphilic molecules based on polyglycerol-3 esters, ACTICIRE® improves the
dispersion of water within an oil phase. This characteristic is particularly interesting for the introduction of water to traditionally anhydrous and texturing formulations such as lip balms, massage balms and even lipsticks. Applied to the skin, it forms a soft, smooth film that protects the skin against dehydration. ACTICIRE® can be used for skincare O/W or W/O emulsions to improve sensorial properties and stability. It brings durable moisturization and comfort to the skin (proven in vivo). In suncare, ACTICIRE® will improve the skin feel of formulations with high UV filter levels (chemical or mineral). Make-up innovation, ACTICIRE® is particularly interesting for its capacity to introduce water to traditionally anhydrous formulation.
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