Manuka Honey lotion
Honeymark's specially formulated Wound Relief Lotion is rich in
New Zealand Manuka Honey, nature's best antibiotic to form a powerful
healing lotion. This lotion has powerful moisturizing agents which
promote rejuvenation and smoothing of the skin,
including antibiotic-resistant strains.
How to use:
A vegetable-derived, nonionic self-emulsifying & stabilizing agent.
Not an "alcohol" in the sense of a rubbing alcohol, etc. It's actual
used as an emollient & emulsifier, derived from coconut oil or may be
An alcohol often used in creams to soften and smooth the skin.
Emulsifying and spreading agent
A cyclic dimethyl polysiloxane. Skin conditioning agent and emollient.
Confers an incredibly soft, silky feel to the skin, evaporates quickly
leaving little residue on the skin.
Ideally from vegetable glycerine & grain alcohol. In general cosmetics,
most used are of synthetic nature. Avoid any formula exceeding 5% of
Water-soluble anti-microbial agent. One of the most commonly used
preservative in cosmetics today.
A preservative derived from PABA that is widely used in cosmetics. Its fungicidal and antibacterial abilities help prevent yeast and mold. Nontoxic and nonirritating at .05 of 1 percent.
A preservative that may be derived from either methanol (wood alcohol1 or allantoin. Kills harmful microorganisms. It is nonirritating, nontoxic, and not a formaldehyde donor
A yellow-white powder prepared in an aqueous solution and used
as a detergent, fungicide, bactericide, and spermicide.
Produced by ammonolysis of ethylene oxide. Neutralizes carbomer solutions to form gels. Neutralizes stearic acid to form anionic emulsions and acts as an alkalizing agent to control pH.
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