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Food and cosmetics

Food and cosmetic additives are intentionally added substances to enhance organoleptic characteristics, preservation, texture, color, or other specific properties of products. In food, these substances include sweeteners, preservatives, colorants, emulsifiers, stabilizers, and flavor enhancers. They are regulated to ensure safety and proper use. In cosmetics, additives improve texture, smell, stability, or aesthetic properties, such as emollients, thickeners, preservatives, foaming agents, and fragrances. Cosmetics are also subject to strict regulations to guarantee their safe use. Concerns exist about certain additives, including worries about allergic reactions and long-term effects. The industry is exploring more natural additives in response to the growing demand for cleaner products. Increased transparency in labeling informs consumers about the composition and origin of additives.

70356-09-1

Avobenzone

70356-09-1
965-32-2

Benzyldimethyldecyl ammonium chloride

965-32-2
618-39-3

Benzamidin

618-39-3
131-57-7

Benzophenon-2-hydroxy-4-methoxy

131-57-7
187393-00-6

Bemotrizinol

187393-00-6
1260-17-9

Carminic acid

1260-17-9
57378-68-4

Damascone delta

57378-68-4
23726-91-2

Damascone-beta

23726-91-2
4602-84-0

Farnesol

4602-84-0
101-86-0

Hexylcinnamaldehyde alpha

101-86-0
127-41-3

Ionone alpha

127-41-3
105-13-5

Methoxybenzyl-4 alcohol

105-13-5
58-27-5

Menadione Vitamine K3

58-27-5
134-20-3

Methyl Anthranilate

134-20-3
98-92-0

Nicotinamide Vitamine B3

98-92-0
111-12-6

Methyl 2-Octynoate

111-12-6
101-85-9

2-Benzylidene-1-heptanol

101-85-9
80-54-6

3-(4-tert-Butylphenyl)isobutyraldehyde

80-54-6
58-56-0

Pyridoxine HCl Vitamine B6

58-56-0
2128-93-0

Phenylbenzophenone-4

2128-93-0