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Soothing washings of the complete body using an emulsifying agent with lavender and bergamot
A fraction of the oil in a soybean is lecithin, the same strong emulsifying agent found in egg yolks," said Jon Stratford, sales manager at Natural Products, Inc.
When butteroil is used as the continuous phase or when butteroil-derived glycerol fractions are used as the emulsifying agent, glycerol levels do not increase significantly.
Others (Agricultural herbicides, ink solvent, emulsifying agent, anti hygroscopic additives, neutrino detectors, paint industry and electric cable oil)
LAB market: Application Analysis Linear Alkylbenzene Sulphonate (LAS) Heavy-duty laundry liquids Laundry powders Light-duty dishwashing liquids Industrial cleaners Household cleaners Others (Agricultural herbicides, ink solvent, emulsifying agent, anti hygroscopic additives, neutrino detectors, paint industry and electric cable oil)
The emulsifying agent is the whole egg and egg yolks.
Small amounts of lecithin, a soybean extract (commonly used as an emulsifying agent in chocolate bars), are injected into unwanted areas of fat such as the tummy, love handles, double chins and saddle bags.
Emulsions are normally prepared by vigorously shaking the two components together, and an emulsifying agent is added for stability.
And organic lecithin, an emulsifying agent commonly used in foods, is one ingredient that's been virtually unavailable .
Likewise, alternatives to preservatives, substitutes for artificial flavourings, or enzymes which can replace emulsifying agents, are only part of a plethora of options.