hydrogenated olive oil

Hydrogenated olive oil is a rich source of antioxidants; can help increase the viscosity and emolliency of a formula. Hydrogenating the oil changes it from its natural liquid state into a solid.

References for this information:

CosmeticsInfo.org, Accessed March 2021, ePublication
Journal of Cosmetic Dermatology, 2019, pages 1575-1579
International Journal of Toxicology, December 2017, page 51S-129S

See almond/borage/linseed/olive acids glycerides

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