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BioAktive S1E 100% Olive TP 1.0 (Squalene)

Olea Europaea Oil Unsaponifiables. BioAktive S1E 100% Olive TP 1.0 (Squalene) by BioAktive Speciality Products acts as an emollient and skin soothing agent. It is an unsaturated hydrocarbon typically found in human sebum. It is a natural active ingredient derived 100% from olive oil and exhibits strong affinity for the human skin. It contains minimum 1% natural tocopherol from olive oil. It helps hydrate & protect the skin, fights the formation of wrinkles, regenerates healthy skin cells, and helps to prevent premature aging of the skin. It offers smoothness & protection and reduces roughness of the skin. It is a non-greasy, solvent-free and non-GMO grade. It is absorbed rapidly into the dermis, creating a moisture barrier and giving the skin a supple quality. BioAktive S1E 100% Olive TP 1.0 (Squalene) is used in creams, lotions, scalp, and hair-, skin- and sun care products. The shelf life is 18 months.

BioAktive S1E 100% Olive TP 1.0 (Squalene)

Claims
  • Soothing Agents
  • Emollients
  • Anti-wrinkle Agents
  • protections
  • smoothness
  • moisturizing
  • bio/ organic
  • non-greasy
  • non-animal

BioAktive S1E 100% Olive TP 1.0 (Squalene) Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Unsaponifiable Content
> 98 %
Purity
> 93 %

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