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OLIVOIL AVENATE

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Kalichem in-cosmetics global 2020
Potassium Olivoyl Hydrolyzed Oat Protein, Aqua. It is a PEG-free, non-ethoxylated and non-sulphated surfactant based on oat and olive oil. It is a lipoprotein obtained through condensation between the carboxyl group of fatty acids derived from olive (lipophilic side) oil and the amino group of the hydrolyzed wheat proteins (hydrophilic side). It can be added to traditional anionic surfactants, in order to noticeably reduce the irritation potential of the cleansing action. Even at medium to low use percentages, it changes the skin cleansing mechanism, avoiding denaturation of horny layer’s proteins or excessive skin lipids dissolution. While forming pleasant and stable foam, it leads to a cutaneous normalizing action, leaving the skin soft and supple. Due to the hydrolyzed protein fraction and the beta-glucan content, it might act as functional ingredient, leading to skin benefits as moisturization, emollient, soothing and protective effects. It is used in skin and hair cleansing products like foam bath, shampoos, baby care and personal hygiene.
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Claims
  • Surfactants / Cleansing Agents
  • soothing
  • protections
  • bio/ organic
  • vegetal origin
  • moisturizing
  • PEG-free
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