Lanolin (Anhydrous)

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Lana (wool) + oleum (oil)
Lanolin is a wax that comes from the wool of animals. Usually, wool from sheep is used to extract lanolin. This is a naturally forming yellowish waxy substance. Lanolin is also called 'wool wax'. A regular ingredient in many cosmetic products, although loosing favour to vegetable products these days, it is mostly used as a moisturiser. Lanolin is an excellent emollient, better than petrolatum or glycerin. There is also a chemical similarity between human skin and lanolin. Pure lanolin will be yellowish-brown in colour.

EP grade
MSDS (398.26 kB)
Specification (257.04 kB)
CoA - KMO3938 (43.42 kB)
CoA - KMO6765 (123.61 kB)
CoA - KMO703 (41.57 kB)
CoA - KMO5148 (42.66 kB)
CoA - KMO6473 (88.43 kB)
CoA - KMO8126 (54.11 kB)
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