Used in lotion-making to blend oil and water.
Emulsifying Wax is a vegetable derived product used most especially in oil-in-water recipes, such as lotions and creams.
The usage rate varies, but is typically between 3-6% of your the total weight of your recipe.
We offer this product in easy to measure pastilles.
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