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Arachidyl Glucoside

Arachidyl Glucoside

Arachidyl glucoside is not always necessarily derived from peanuts, or indeed any nuts, and in the case of our ingredient, the source company has confirmed they definitely are not derived from a nut oil. The source vegetable oil is actually rapeseed seed (not Canola, which is a hybrid of rapeseed) and wheat seed.

Arachidyl glucoside is created from the combination of arachidyl alcohol and glucose. This makes it a mild cleansing agent and emulsifying agent.

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