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Cosmetics Ingredients
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Lactic Acid. Galacid™ LACML90 by Galactic acts as a preservative, humectant, anti-aging, pH regulating, moisturizing, exfoliating and skin-lightening agent. It is a natural, heat-stable lactic acid... view more
INCI
  • LACTIC ACID
Sodium Lactate. Galaflow™ SLCML60 by Galactic acts as a humectant, bacteriostatic, pH regulating, moisturizing and skin-lightening agent. It is the sodium salt of natural lactic acid, produced by... view more
INCI
  • SODIUM LACTATE
Aluminum Lactate. Galanium™ ALSDL0H by Galactic acts as a mineral supplementation, astringent and anti-microbial agent. It is an aluminium salt of L(+) lactic acid produced by fermentation... view more
INCI
  • ALUMINUM LACTATE
Aluminum Lactate. Galanium™ ALSTL15 by Galactic acts as a mineral supplementation, astringent and anti-microbial agent. It is a 15% solution of aluminium salt and L(+) lactic acid, produced by... view more
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  • ALUMINUM LACTATE
Ferrous Lactate 2-Hydrate. Galanium™ FLSDL2H by Galactic acts as a mineral supplementation, astringent and anti-microbial agent. It is the ferrous salt of L(+) lactic acid, produced by fermentation... view more
Magnesium Lactate 2-Hydrate. Galanium™ MGSDL2H by Galactic acts as a mineral supplementation, astringent and anti-microbial agent. It is a magnesium salt of L(+) lactic acid, produced by... view more
Zinc Lactate. Galanium™ ZLSDL3H by Galactic acts as a mineral supplementation, astringent and anti-microbial agent. It is a zinc salt of L(+) lactic acid, produced by fermentation. Galanium™ ZLSDL3H... view more
INCI
  • ZINC LACTATE
Galasolv™ GSOLV001 by Galactic acts as an excellent solvent. It is a blend based on lactic acid esters. It is safe, non-flammable, biodegradable and naturally derived. Galasolv™ GSOLV001 is used to... view more
Ethyl Lactate. Galasolv™ GSOLV003 by Galactic acts as an excellent solvent. It is a blend based on lactic acid esters. It is biodegradable and naturally derived. Galasolv™ GSOLV003 is used to... view more
INCI
  • ETHYL LACTATE
Butyl Lactate. Galaster™ BLSTL97 by Galactic acts as a solvent, anti-acne, cleaning and wetting agent. It is the butyl ester of L(+) lactic acid produced by fermentation and has low volatility... view more
INCI
  • BUTYL LACTATE
2-Ethylhexyl Lactate. Galaster™ EHSTL95 by Galactic acts as a solvent, anti-acne, cleaning and wetting agent. It is a non-VOC 2-ethylhexyl ester of L(+) lactic acid produced by fermentation. It has... view more
Ethyl Lactate. Galaster™ ELIDL98 by Galactic acts as a solvent. It is an ethyl ester of lactic acid and is 100% biodegradable. Galaster™ ELIDL98 is used to formulate cosmetic products. It has a... view more
INCI
  • ETHYL LACTATE
Isopropyl lactate. Galaster™ IPSTL98 by Galactic acts as a solvent, anti-acne, cleaning and wetting agent. It is the isopropyl ester of L(+) lactic acid produced by fermentation and has low... view more
Methyl lactate. Galaster™ MLSTL97 by Galactic acts as a solvent, anti-acne, cleaning and wetting agent. It is the methyl ester of L(+) lactic acid produced by fermentation and has low volatility... view more
INCI
  • METHYL LACTATE
Propyl lactate. Galaster™ NPSTL98.5 by Galactic acts as a solvent, anti-acne, cleaning and wetting agent. It is the n-propyl ester of L(+) lactic acid produced by fermentation and has low... view more
Calcium Lactate Pentahydrate. Galaxium™ CLPPL5H by Galactic acts as a gelling, firming, stabilizing and thickening agent. It is the calcium salt of natural L(+) lactic acid produced by fermentation... view more
Lactic acid (19%) and Potassium lactate (46%). Galicare™ LICAR051 by Galactic acts as a humectant, conditioning and buffering agent. It is made from natural L(+) lactic acid produced by fermentation... view more
INCI
  • LACTIC ACID
  • POTASSIUM LACTATE
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