Capric Triglycerides

Category

Emollient

Ingredient

Capric Triglycerides

Definition

Category: Emollient

Type: Ingredient

Definition: A mouthful I know! Capric Triglyceride and other Triglycerides are derived from coconut oil and glycerin. These are used to thicken products and improve texture, making things go on smoothly. They also help with skin nourishment by preventing moisture loss and are gentle on the skin.

Let's Have a Look

Benefits

  • Skin-nourishing
  • Prevents TEWL
  • Helps products to go on smoother
  • Compliment other active ingredients and help with delivery

Danger

  • Not suitable for those with coconut allergies (derived from coconuts)
  • May in higher concentrations be comedogenic (controversial)

Hint

It doesn't mean that coconut oil falls in this category!

Contraindications

Oily Skin & Acne-prone Skin.

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