Cosmetic Preservatives

Cat.No. Product Name CAS Inquiry
CDC10-0310 1,1,1-Trichloro-2-Methyl-2-Propanol Hemihydrate 57-15-8 Inquiry
CDC10-0300 1-(4,6,6-trimethylcyclohex-3-en-1-yl)ethyl formate 63649-51-4 Inquiry
CDC10-0357 2-aminoethanol,2-hydroxybenzoic acid 59866-70-5 Inquiry
CDC10-0318 2-aminoethanol,2-phenylphenol 84145-04-0 Inquiry
CDC10-0321 2-aminoethanol,undec-10-enoic acid 56532-40-2 Inquiry
CDC10-0330 2-hydroxyethylazanium,benzoate 4337-66-0 Inquiry
CDC10-0353 2-[bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amino]ethanol,undec-10-enoic acid 84471-25-0 Inquiry
CDC10-0306 3-Acetyl-4-hydroxy-6-methyl-2H-pyran-2-one 771-03-9 Inquiry
CDC10-0325 3-bromo-4-[6-(2-bromo-4-carbamimidoylphenoxy)hexoxy]benzenecarboximidamide,2-hydroxyethanesulfonic acid 93856-83-8 Inquiry
CDC10-0339 3-methyl-4-propan-2-ylphenol 3228-02-2 Inquiry

Product Introduction

Cosmetic Preservatives

Preservatives are a class of ingredients that inhibit microbial activity and help keep products fresh and prevent deterioration. We use preservatives to help protect our products from bacteria, yeast and mold, and to maintain product stability. When choosing a preservative, we usually consider the product's position, the target group, the type of product, how it will be used and where it will be stored in order to find the best preservative solution for the product.

Preservative Safety

The preservatives we use have been evaluated for safety, and the amount used is strictly controlled. We always comply with national laws and regulations to ensure our products, can maintain product quality and safety by using the right amount of preservatives, and strictly monitor the compatibility of each preservative with to ensure the safe use of products.

Why Preservatives are Needed?

Similar to food spoilage, household and personal care products will deteriorate in the same way without preservatives, especially when stored in warm, humid environments, which promote the growth of bacteria, yeast and mold, resulting in faster deterioration and reduced effectiveness; preservatives keep products fresh and help with product use and storage.

  • Different preservatives are used in different products

Different preservatives have different antiseptic properties, such as different degrees of effect on different colonies of bacteria, yeast and mold; at the same time, we also consider various issues such as product positioning, production, traits, usage, sales, preservation and the effect of using different preservatives together to make the final choice based on the results of comprehensive measurement.

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