Chlorphenesin is a white powder, usually with a weak characteristic odor. Melting point 77.0-81.5℃. Slightly soluble in water, soluble in ether, slightly soluble in non-volatile oil, insoluble in white mineral oil.
Our living environment is a world full of microorganisms. Many of the ingredients in cosmetics are nutrients for microorganisms to grow and multiply. Under the right temperature and humidity conditions, microorganisms can grow and multiply in large number
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Today there is no legal definition of natural cosmetics. The naturalness of a cosmetic is therefore assessed mainly on the basis of the origin of its ingredients, which can be natural, natural or synthetic – obtained by chemical synthesis.
Paeonol is a natural compound extracted from the peony bark of the family Myrtaceae. As the main active ingredient of peony bark, Paeonol has attracted much attention from cosmetic researchers in recent years because of its good pharmacological activity.