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Mercona Dictionary of INCI Names (Kiitos Sandralle alkuperäisestä kopioinnista):

ACACIA CATECHU ýThickening agent (gum arabic). A finely ground powder obtained from the
heart wood of catechu, which is native to East and West India and to
tropical Africa.ý
ACETAMINOPHEN Antioxidant. Stabiliser for hydrogen peroxide to delay degradation by oxidation.
ACETONE Solvent. Liquid medium used to dissolve active ingredients and constituents.
ACETYLATED LANOLIN ALCOHOL ýAlmost odourless, yellowish oil. Emollient with a velvety feel. Reduces the
greasiness and tackiness of emulsions.ý
ACHILLEA MILLEFOLIUM ýYarrow extract. Contains sesquiterpenes, tannins and small quantities of
flavonoids. Reduces inflammation of irritated skin and scalp.ý
ýACID ýýDYEýýý Class of substantive hair dyes.
ACRYLAMIDE/SODIUM A copolymer consisting of acrylamide and sodium acrylate monomers. Used
ACRYLATE COPOLYMER as a film-forming agent and thickening agent in hair and skin cosmetics.
ACRYLATES/ACRYLAMIDE ýAnionic film-forming agent; hard, rather brittle polymer with
COPOLYMER a strong setting effect. Forms a clear, shiny film which is very
moisture-resistant and has good curl retention properties.ý
ACRYLATES/T-BUTYLACRYLAMIDE ýAnionic film-forming agent; rigid, rather brittle polymer with a
COPOLYMER strong setting effect. Forms a clear shiny film that is highly
moisture-resistant and hardly curl-relaxing.ý
ACRYLATES/C10-30 ALKYL Organically modified polymer (film-forming agent) soluble in oil and alcohol. It
ACRYLATE CROSSPOLYMER increases the viscosity of emulsions and oils and improves the water-resistance
of sunscreen products.
ACRYLATES/STEARETH-20 Copolymer which stabilises active ingredients.
METHACRYLATE COPOLYMER
AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM ýHorse chestnut extract. Contains starch, saponins (aescin), sugar, protein
substances, tannins and others. Stimulates the circulation.ý
AGAVE RIGIDA Plant with spiny-margined leaves growing in Central America. Contains
steroid saponins.
ALANINE ýA common amino acid, building blocks of hair keratin.ý
ALCOHOL ýUnivalent alcohol (spirit of wine, ethanol), obtained mainly from alcoholic
fermentation of sugar or natural substances containing starch. A good sol
vent for countless active ingredients and perfume oil refreshes, cools and
disinfects the skin.ý
ALCOHOL DENAT. Denaturated alcohol having same properties as alcohol.
ALGAE ýExtract of algae. Contains carbohydrates and amino acids, and is mildly antiseptic.ý
ALGIN ýSodium alginate. Alginates are carbohydrates obtained through alkaline
extraction from various types of seaweed, e. g. Phaeophyceae. The substance
is used as a thickening and gelling agent.ý
ALLANTOIN ýActive ingredient occurring widely in animal and vegetable organisms (e.g. in
black salsify and horse chestnuts), product of metabolism. Used in cosmetic
products against sunburn, acne, irritation, redness and inflammation.ý
ALOE BARBADENSIS Extract of the aloe vera plant which is obtained from the leaves of aloe
barbadensis miller. Used by primitive peoples to treat damaged and irritated
skin because of its antiphlogistic properties. Also said to possess
Moisturising and skin soothing properties. Contained in skin care and
after-sun products and in perm lotions.
ALUMINA ýAluminium oxide. Used as an abrasive, opacifier and drying agent.ý
ALUMINUM CHLOROHYDRATE ýWater-soluble substance whose aqueous solutions have acid pH values.
Aluminium chlorohydrate has astringent, protein-precipitating and perspiration-reducing
properties. One of the chief ingredients of antiperspirants.ý
ALUMINUM FORMATE Aluminium salt of formic acid. Used as an anti-paludification agent for syndet bars.
ALUMINUM HYDROXIDE ýWhite tasteless and odourless powder, also known as aluminium hydrate or
hydrate of alumina. In cosmetic products it is added to powder bases to
increase adhesiveness and in ointment bases to improve consistency.ý
ALUMINIUM/MAGNESIUM ýThickening agent, gel-forming agent and stabiliser for w/o emulsions
HYDROXIDE STEARATE and oils.ý
ALUMINUM SILICATE Mineral used in purified and finely ground form as a dispersing agent and
also as a polishing substance in toothpastes.
ALUMINUM TRISTEARATE ýAluminium salt of stearic acid (aluminium soap), gel forming agent for fats,
oils and waxes. Stabiliser and consistency regulator for W/O emulsions.ý
2-AMINOBUTANOL ýNeutralizing agent for anionic polymers. Softener for brittle, setting/film-forming
polymers, corrosion inhibitor (protection of packaging), pH Stabiliser (protection
of product).ý
2-AMINO- ýBlue coupler; In oxidative hair colouring, colourless dye precursors are
4-HYDROXYETHYLAMINOANISOLE mixed with hydrogen peroxide to form the colouring agent proper within the
SULFATE hair. The dye precursors are subdivided into two chemical classes, the
developers and the couplers. The above substance is a coupler producing
blue colourants.ý
4-AMINO-2-HYDROXYTOLUENE ýRed coupler; In oxidative hair colouring, colourless dye precursors are mixed
with hydrogen peroxide to form the colouring agent proper within the hair.
The dye precursors are subdivided into two chemical classes, the developers
and the couplers. The above substance is a coupler producing red colourants.ý
4-AMINO-M-CRESOL ýOxidative dyestuff, developerý
AMINOMETHYL PROPANOL ýNeutralizing agent for anionic polymers, aids rinsing off. See 2-AMINOBUTANOLý
AMMONIA ýNeutralizing, alkalizing and swelling agent. Swells the hair, allowing e.g.
faster penetration of the reducing agent in perming processes.ý
AMMONIUM BICARBONATE Buffering substance. Keeps the pH e.g. of perm lotions constant.
AMMONIUM GLYCYRRHIZATE ýAmmonium salt of glycyrrhizic acid (see ýýGlycyrrhizic Acidýý).ý
AMMONIUM SULFATE ýSalt, consistency medium for emulsions.ý
AMMONIUM THIOGLYCOLATE ýThe most frequently used reducing agent for perm. The sulfur links of cystine
(keratin) are broken down, so that the hair can be given a new shape.ý
AMMONIUM THIOLACTATE Reducing agent. Breaks down the sulfur links of cystine (keratin) so that the
hair can be given a new shape. Ammonium thiolactate is chiefly used as a
co-reducer for perm lotions in the neutral range.
AMODIMETHICONE Silicone polymer with amino-functional groups used to improve the combability
of hair.
ANTHEMIS NOBILIS Natural camomile oil.
AQUA ýWater, carrier substance, solvent for active ingredients and constituents.ý
ARACHIS HYPOGAEA Botanical name for the peanut plant. Peanut oil and peanut proteins are
declared under this INCI term
ARGININE An amino acid present in all substances that contain protein.
ARNICA MONTANA ýArnica extract contains tannins, choline, trimethylamine, betaine and other
compounds which have a hyperaemic action on the epidermis.ý
ASCORBIC ACID ýVitamin C, antioxidant.ý
ASCORBYL PALMITATE ýEster derived from ascorbic acid (vitamin C) and palmitic acid. White,
crystalline, practically odourless powder. Used as an excellent dermatologically
compatible antioxidant in body care products and to Stabilise vitamin A.ý
ASPARTIC ACID ýCommon amino acid, supporting substance of hair.ý
 BAMBUSOIDEA Extract of bamboo leaves and stems. Has moisture-binding properties.
ýBASIC ýýFARBEýýý ýClass of substantive dyes, usually cationic.ý
BEHENTRIMONIUM CHLORIDE ýQuaternary ammonium compound of behenylamine, which is used especially
in hair cosmetics.ý
BENTONITE ýNatural mineral (montmorillonite, ýýswellingýý clay), aluminium silicate. Swells
considerably with water and forms solid gels in concentrations above 10 %.
Thickening agent for emulsions and oils, consistency regulator for cosmetic
products.ý
BENZOIC ACID Benzoic acid is used as a pH regulator and as a preservative. Occurs in
plants e.g. is obtained from benzoin resin.
BENZOPHENONE-2 UV filter.
BENZOPHENONE-3 ýUVA/UVB filter, used in sunscreen products with broad spectrum properties.ý
BENZOPHENONE-4 ýWater-soluble UVA filter, protects against UV rays.ý
BETAINE ýA common natural substance, obtained for example from the molasses of
sugar beet. Owing to its zwitterion (amphoteric) structure, betaine is capable
of neutralizing both acid and alkaline solutions. The results of intensive
research studies in the biochemical research departments at Wella AG have demonstrated that betaine HC has skin soothing properties and significantly
improves the dermatological compatibility of detergents. Furthermore, betaine
is an ideal conditioning agent in hair treatments and rinses.ý
BETULA ALBA ýExtract of the leaves and bark of birch. Contains saponin, tannins, bitter
principles and slimy substances. Birch extract is said to stop hair loss, combat
dandruff and control oily hair.ý
BIOTIN ýBiotin belongs to the vitamin-B complex and is also known as vitamin H.
Water-soluble vitamin. Biotin contains sulfur and has a pH in the range of 5 to 8.
It is resistant to heat and light. Oxidizing agents attack the sulfur atom and
cancel the effect of the vitamin. Lack of biotin is not usual because yeast,
egg yolk, milk, soya flour and innards are important sources of biotin.
Deficiency symptoms are hair loss, loss of pigment of the hair and certain
types of dermatitis. Adding biotin to food or to skin and hair care products can
have a positive influence on hair and nail growth.ý
BISABOLOL ýChief constituent of camomile oil. Reduces and prevents inflammation. Used
especially in baby and childcare products, and in sun protection, after-sun,
after-shave and oral hygiene products.ý
BORAGO OFFICINALIS ýBorage oil, made from borage seeds. Contains a very high percentage of
polyunsaturated (essential) fatty acids, especially gamma linolenic acid. Used
in products for dry skin.ý
BUTANE ýButane is a gaseous hydrocarbon used as a propellant (alternative to CFCýs)
in sprays and mousse formulations ensures that the active ingredients in
sprays, mousse products and fixatives are evenly dispersed.ý
BUTOXYETHANOL Colourless organic liquid used as a solvent in nail polishes and nail polish
removers.
BUTYL ACETATE ýAcetic acid butyl ester. Colourless, volatile liquid, non-miscible with water, of
characteristic odour. Solvent for nail polishes and nail polish remover.ý
BUTYL Very effective UVA filter.
METHOXYDIBENZOYLMETHANE
BUTYL STEARATE ýStearic acid butyl ester. Colourless liquid non-miscible with water. Softener,
plasticizer and matting agent for decorative cosmetics.ý
BUTYLENE GLYCOL ýDihydric alcohol, very soluble in water. Solubilizing agent for perfume oils.
Enhances the effect of preservatives, makes it easier for reducing agents to
penetrate and has Moisturising properties.ý
BUTYLPARABENE Preservative for cosmetic and pharmaceutical preparations.
BUTYROLACTONE ýClear, organic liquid, solvent in nail polishes and nail polish removers.ý
BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII Vegetable fat ( shea butter ) obtained from the nuts of the carité or shea butter
tree. Has a high content of pure triterpene alcohols and sterols. Used in face
and body care products.
BUXUS CHINENSIS ýBotanic name for jojoba oil, obtained from the seeds of the jojoba shrub
which is native to Central America. Liquid wax, chiefly consisting of straight-chain
C20- and C22ý-alcohols and fatty acids with two double bonds. Not
prone to becoming rancid. Traditional hair and skin care product and medicament
used by American Indian people for treating wounds.ý
BUYTL ESTER OF PVM/MA ýAnionic film-forming agent polymer with a strong setting effect. Forms a
COPOLYMER clear, shiny film which is very moisture-resistant and has good curl retention
properties.ý
CAFFEINE ýCentral nervous stimulant. An alkaloid (heterocyclic, containing nitrogen as
part of a ring) found naturally in considerable quantities (up to 2.5%) in stimulants
such as coffee, tee, maté (Paraguay tee), cocoa and kola nuts. Caffeine is
said to prolong the hair growth cycle and is therefore used in ýýhair tonics to
combat hair lossýý.ý
CASSIA AURICULATA Tall shrub or small tree. The ground leaves are used for example in plant
colourants to achieve light warm blond shades.
C12-15 ALKYL BENZOATE ýOil component for skin care and sunscreen products very well tolerated by
the skin and mucous membranes, it is a good solvent for UV filters.ý
C 18-36 ACID GLYCOL ESTER ýEthylene glycol diester of vegetable fatty acids. Yellowish wax with a melting
point of 70 - 75°C, used as a waxy component in lipsticks and make-up products.ý
C.I.-NUMMERN Color Index Number. International index number for colourants. Permission to
be used for colouring body care products is defined by legislation (Positive List).
CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE ýCalcium salt of pantothenic acid (formerly vitamin B5), colourless powder
with sweetish taste, dissolves readily in water and glycerine. In hair treatments
it combats early signs of hair loss also used for skin and nail care.ý
CALENDULA OFFICINALIS ýExtract of calendula flowers. Contains ethereal oils and carotinoids.
Calendula extract is used in products for sensitive and damaged skin,
especially in sunscreen products and hand creams.ý
CAMPHOR ýNatural substance found in many plants the pure form is a white crystalline
powder of characteristic odour. Camphor has mild hyperaemic, disinfecting
and antipruritic properties.ý
 BENTONITE ýNatural mineral (montmorillonite, ýýswellingýý clay), aluminium silicate. Swells
considerably with water and forms solid gels in concentrations above 10 %.
Thickening agent for emulsions and oils, consistency regulator for cosmetic
products.ý
BENZOIC ACID Benzoic acid is used as a pH regulator and as a preservative. Occurs in
plants e.g. is obtained from benzoin resin.
BENZOPHENONE-2 UV filter.
BENZOPHENONE-3 ýUVA/UVB filter, used in sunscreen products with broad spectrum properties.ý
BENZOPHENONE-4 ýWater-soluble UVA filter, protects against UV rays.ý
BETAINE ýA common natural substance, obtained for example from the molasses of
sugar beet. Owing to its zwitterion (amphoteric) structure, betaine is capable
of neutralizing both acid and alkaline solutions. The results of intensive
research studies in the biochemical research departments at Wella AG have demonstrated that betaine HC has skin soothing properties and significantly
improves the dermatological compatibility of detergents. Furthermore, betaine
is an ideal conditioning agent in hair treatments and rinses.ý
BETULA ALBA ýExtract of the leaves and bark of birch. Contains saponin, tannins, bitter
principles and slimy substances. Birch extract is said to stop hair loss, combat
dandruff and control oily hair.ý
BIOTIN ýBiotin belongs to the vitamin-B complex and is also known as vitamin H.
Water-soluble vitamin. Biotin contains sulfur and has a pH in the range of 5 to 8.
It is resistant to heat and light. Oxidizing agents attack the sulfur atom and
cancel the effect of the vitamin. Lack of biotin is not usual because yeast,
egg yolk, milk, soya flour and innards are important sources of biotin.
Deficiency symptoms are hair loss, loss of pigment of the hair and certain
types of dermatitis. Adding biotin to food or to skin and hair care products can
have a positive influence on hair and nail growth.ý
BISABOLOL ýChief constituent of camomile oil. Reduces and prevents inflammation. Used
especially in baby and childcare products, and in sun protection, after-sun,
after-shave and oral hygiene products.ý
BORAGO OFFICINALIS ýBorage oil, made from borage seeds. Contains a very high percentage of
polyunsaturated (essential) fatty acids, especially gamma linolenic acid. Used
in products for dry skin.ý
BUTANE ýButane is a gaseous hydrocarbon used as a propellant (alternative to CFCýs)
in sprays and mousse formulations ensures that the active ingredients in
sprays, mousse products and fixatives are evenly dispersed.ý
BUTOXYETHANOL Colourless organic liquid used as a solvent in nail polishes and nail polish
removers.
BUTYL ACETATE ýAcetic acid butyl ester. Colourless, volatile liquid, non-miscible with water, of
characteristic odour. Solvent for nail polishes and nail polish remover.ý
BUTYL Very effective UVA filter.
METHOXYDIBENZOYLMETHANE
BUTYL STEARATE ýStearic acid butyl ester. Colourless liquid non-miscible with water. Softener,
plasticizer and matting agent for decorative cosmetics.ý
BUTYLENE GLYCOL ýDihydric alcohol, very soluble in water. Solubilizing agent for perfume oils.
Enhances the effect of preservatives, makes it easier for reducing agents to
penetrate and has Moisturising properties.ý
BUTYLPARABENE Preservative for cosmetic and pharmaceutical preparations.
BUTYROLACTONE ýClear, organic liquid, solvent in nail polishes and nail polish removers.ý
BUTYROSPERMUM PARKII Vegetable fat ( shea butter ) obtained from the nuts of the carité or shea butter
tree. Has a high content of pure triterpene alcohols and sterols. Used in face
and body care products.
BUXUS CHINENSIS ýBotanic name for jojoba oil, obtained from the seeds of the jojoba shrub
which is native to Central America. Liquid wax, chiefly consisting of straight-chain
C20- and C22ý-alcohols and fatty acids with two double bonds. Not
prone to becoming rancid. Traditional hair and skin care product and medicament
used by American Indian people for treating wounds.ý
BUYTL ESTER OF PVM/MA ýAnionic film-forming agent polymer with a strong setting effect. Forms a
COPOLYMER clear, shiny film which is very moisture-resistant and has good curl retention
properties.ý
CAFFEINE ýCentral nervous stimulant. An alkaloid (heterocyclic, containing nitrogen as
part of a ring) found naturally in considerable quantities (up to 2.5%) in stimulants
such as coffee, tee, maté (Paraguay tee), cocoa and kola nuts. Caffeine is
said to prolong the hair growth cycle and is therefore used in ýýhair tonics to
combat hair lossýý.ý
CASSIA AURICULATA Tall shrub or small tree. The ground leaves are used for example in plant
colourants to achieve light warm blond shades.
C12-15 ALKYL BENZOATE ýOil component for skin care and sunscreen products very well tolerated by
the skin and mucous membranes, it is a good solvent for UV filters.ý
C 18-36 ACID GLYCOL ESTER ýEthylene glycol diester of vegetable fatty acids. Yellowish wax with a melting
point of 70 - 75°C, used as a waxy component in lipsticks and make-up products.ý
C.I.-NUMMERN Color Index Number. International index number for colourants. Permission to
be used for colouring body care products is defined by legislation (Positive List).
CALCIUM PANTOTHENATE ýCalcium salt of pantothenic acid (formerly vitamin B5), colourless powder
with sweetish taste, dissolves readily in water and glycerine. In hair treatments
it combats early signs of hair loss also used for skin and nail care.ý
CALENDULA OFFICINALIS ýExtract of calendula flowers. Contains ethereal oils and carotinoids.
Calendula extract is used in products for sensitive and damaged skin,
especially in sunscreen products and hand creams.ý
CAMPHOR ýNatural substance found in many plants the pure form is a white crystalline
powder of characteristic odour. Camphor has mild hyperaemic, disinfecting
and antipruritic properties.ý
CANDELILLA WAX ýYellow to brown, almost odourless, wax-like mass obtained from the leaves
of a Mexican spurge shrub. Candelilla wax melts at 67 - 70°C und is soluble
in alcohol and most fat dissolving agents. It is harder than beeswax but softer
than carnauba wax. Is used as a waxy component in cosmetic sticks and as
a consistency regulator in emulsions.ý
CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE ýTriglyceride of coconut oil-fatty acids C8 to C10. Low viscosity, tasteless and
odourless oil with good dissolving power. Spreads easily on the skin, is
dermatologically compatible and does not leave a greasy film on the skin.
Oily component in body care oils, creams and lotions.ý
CAPSAICIN ýNatural active ingredient obtained from the fruits of various capsicums e.g.
pepper, chili responsible for the hot taste.ý
CARAMEL Product of heating sugar in solution. Humectant. Colourant (caramel colour).
CARBOMER ýPolymer on the basis of acrylic acid. After neutralization with alkalis or
amines has a thickening, gelling action. Consistency regulator for cosmetic
products.ý
CARBOXYMETHYL CHITIN ýCarboxymethyl chitin is a modified natural polymer which, like hyaluronic
acid, contains hexosamine. Chitin derivatives were used in medicine because
of their bactericidal and health promoting properties. In cosmetics they are
used for their moisture-binding and film-forming properties.ý
CARICA PAPAYA ýPapaya extract skin regenerating and toning, regulates the moisture balance.ý
CARMINE Bright red dye consisting of the dried bodies of female cochineal insects. C.I.
No. 75.470. Carmine is used to colour cosmetic products and food.
CARNAUBA CERA ýCarnauba wax. Yellowish, greenish or dark grey vegetable wax obtained
from the leaves of a fan-leaved palm of Brazil. It melts at 83 - 86°C and hardly
dissolves in alcohol, dissolves moderately in fat dissolving agents. Used as a
hard waxy component in lipsticks or as a consistency regulator in emulsions.ý
CARNITINE ýHygroscopic, viscous liquid that dissolves readily in water and alcohol. Plays
a role in the fat metabolism. Used as an ýýanti-celluliteýý substance.ý
CARTHAMUS TINCTORIUS ýSafflower oil. Golden yellow, thick liquid oil, rich in essential fatty acids (vitamin F),
contains approx. 70% linoleic acid. Can be used both as an edible oil and as
an oily component in skin care products, especially for treating dry skin.ý
CELLULOSE ýPure cellulose is insoluble in water and organic solvents. Used in powders,
face masks and decorative cosmetics.ý
CELLULOSE GUM ýCarboxymethylcellulose, sodium salt. This raw material is the sodium salt of
polycarboxymethyl ether of cellulose. Used as a binder, consistency regulator
and stabiliser in many liquid and pasty cosmetics.ý
CENTELLA ASIATICA ýExtract of the roots, leaves and flowers of the bushy shrub Centella Asiatica.
Used in revitalising face care products and body toning products.ý
CERA ALBA ýBeeswax. Obtained from the honeycombs of bees. Pure beeswax is a yel
low-white substance of characteristic, weakly honey-like odour, which is hard
at room temperature and plastic and readily moldable at hand temperature. It
consists of a mixture of esters of higher alcohols with chiefly palmitic acid.
Used in cosmetic products, especially in creams and ointments, as a waxy
component, consistency regulator and Stabiliser.ý
CERESIN ýWhite, odourless mass consisting of high-molecular paraffin hydrocarbons
(high melting point wax). Used as a consistency regulator to consolidate
sticks, creams and ointments.ý
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CETEARETH-12 Nonionic emulsifier for O/W emulsions.
CETEARETH-20 ýNonionic emulsifier for O/W emulsions, especially lotions.ý
CETEARETH-25 Nonionic emulsifier for O/W emulsions.
CETEARETH-30 ýNonionic emulsifier for O/W emulsions, especially lotions.ý
CETEARYL ALCOHOL ýMixture of higher saturated fatty alcohols, chiefly cetyl and stearyl alcohol.
Base product and consistency medium for emulsions and hair conditioning
treatments.ý
CETEARYL ISONONANOATE Liquid fatty compound ester derived from cetearyl alcohol and isononanic
acid (branched-chain acid). Adjusted uropygial gland oil of waterfowl. Same
properties as cetearyl octanoate.
CETEARYL OCTANOATE ýLiquid fatty compound mixture of alkyl-branched fatty acid esters. Adjusted
uropygial gland oil of waterfowl. Spreads easily, improves the water vapor
permeability of emulsions, makes skin soft, smooth and supple.ý
CETETH-20 Nonionic emulsifier.
CETRIMONIUM CHLORIDE ýQuaternary ammonium compound of cetyl amine. Cationic surfactant,
frothing agent, conditioning substance which binds onto the hairýs surface.ý
CETYL ACETATE Ester prepared from acetic acid and cetyl alcohol. Consistency medium in
emulsions and stick products.
CETYL ALCOHOL C16 fatty alcohol (palmityl alcohol).
CETYL DIMETHICONE Alkyl silicone with good spreading properties on the skin. It improves the
solubility of UV filters and increases the light protection factor.
CETYL LACTATE Ester prepared from cetyl alcohol and lactic acid. Used as a fatty component
with slightly hydrophilic character. Increases the lustre of hair care products.
CETYL PALMITATE ýEster prepared from saturated, long-chain fatty alcohols with fatty acids, chiefly
palmitic acid cetyl ester. Chemically, corresponds to spermaceti and is very
suitable as an oily component and consistency factor for cosmetic and
pharmaceutical preparations in emulsion form, and for make-up and stick products.ý
CETYL RICINOLEATE Cetyl alcohol ester of ricinoleic acid. Amber-coloured paste with weak
characteristic odour used primarily as an oily component in lipsticks because
it improves spreading capacity and gloss.
CHAMOMILLA RECUTITA ýCamomile flower extract and camomile oil contain ethereal oils and especially
alpha bisabolol and azulene. They have anti-inflammatory, soothing and
disinfecting properties. Camomile is an age-old household remedy for treating
various diseases, especially of the skin. For plant hair colourants the valuable
colouring ingredients are obtained from the delicate flower-heads. Gives
warm, light shades of blond.ý
CHITOSAN ýNatural polymer obtained from the shells of (sea) crustaceans. Film-forming
agent: improves the hairýs structure, protects it against outside influences
such as humidity and makes it naturally resistant and elastic.ý
CHITOSAN FORMATE Soluble chitosan salt.
CHLORHEXIDINE DIGLUCONATE Microbicidal active substance with low toxicity and good dermatological
compatibility. Used as a preservative in emulsions and aqueous-alcoholic
solutions also as an antiseptic ingredient in oral hygiene products.
CHOLESTEROL ýCholesterol is a natural substance occurring in the human body, e.g. in the
brain, in nerve tissues, in the spinal cord and in the skin. Furthermore, high
quantities of cholesterol are found in egg yolk and in wool fat, from which it is
produced commercially. Used in cosmetic products, especially as a W/O
emulsifier and as an emulsion stabiliser.ý
CINCHONA Cinchona extracts are chiefly used in hair tonics to stimulate the scalp and to
control oiliness of the scalp. An age-old natural medicine in China. Still used
today as a specific in malaria (quinine).
CITRIC ACID ýOrganic acid occurring widely in the plant kingdom, has a significant astringent
effect. Often used in combination with salts of citric acid as a pH regulator.ý
CITRUS DULCIS Fruit wax obtained from orange peel.
CITRUS NOBILIS ýMandarine extract. Contains saponins, vitamins, proteins and flavonoids.ý
CLIMBAZOLE Combats bacteria and fungi on the scalp. Highly effective anti-dandruff ingredient.
COCAMIDE DEA ýCoconut oil acid diethanolamide. Small quantities are used as a consistency
regulator and foam stabiliser in shampoos, foam baths and shower bath
products.ý
COCAMIDE MEA ýCoconut oil acid monoethanolamide. Small quantities are used as a consistency
regulator and foam stabiliser in shampoos, foam bath and shower products.ý
COCAMIDOPROPYL BETAINE Amphoteric detergent with betaine structure on the basis of coconut oil.
Improves the dermatological and mucosal compatibility and lathering properties
of anionic surfactants and is therefore used in shampoos as a co-surfactant
with ether sulfates. Readily biodegradable.
COCAMIDOPROPYL Amphoteric detergent with betaine structure. High dermatological and mucosal
HYDROXYSULTAINE compatibility. Used as a surfactant and co-surfactant in hair cleansing and
conditioning products.
COCETH-10 Alkyl polyglycol ether on the basis of coconut oil alcohol: used in perm lotions
as an emulsifier for perfume oils.
COCOAMPHODIACETATE ýAmphoteric surfactant on the basis of coconut imidazoline, which has
extremely high dermatological and mucosal compatibility. Used mostly in
combination with anionic or nonionic surfactants in mild skin cleansers, e.g.
baby shampoos and syndet bars.ý
COCO BETAINE ýCoconut alkyl dimethylammonium betaine: amphoteric surfactant, acts as a
conditioning substance in acid perm fixatives.ý
COCODIMONIUM HYDROXYPROPYL Cationic hydrolized keratin. Gives hair bounce and elasticity. Improves curling
HYDROLYZED KERATIN results.
COCO GLUCOSIDE Non-ionic surfactant and emulsifier of the group of alkylpolyglucosides
obtained exclusively from starch and coconut oil and thus really environment-friendly.
These substances are completely biodegradable. They are used as
co-surfactants in particularly mild shampoos and shower gels and also as
non-ionic surfactants.
COCOS NUCIFERA ýCoconut oil. Soft, white to slightly yellow oil smelling of coconut, obtained
from the seeds of the coconut palm. It consists of triglycerides of coconut oil
fatty acids, especially lauric acid, myristic acid, palmitic acid, caprylic acid,
capric acid, oleic acid and stearic acid. Owing to its high content of lauric acid
it is a good raw material for producing surfactants and emulsifiers for body
care products.ý
COLLAGEN ýFibrillar, high molecular structural protein, chief constituent of connective tissue
fibrils, especially in the dermis. Young connective tissue mainly contains
unlinked, flexible collagen. This ýýsolubleýý collagen has a high moisture-binding
capacity and is responsible for the elasticity of young skin. With increasing
age, and especially under the influence of sunshine, cross-linking between
the collagen fibres increases, resulting in ýýinsolubleýý collagen which greatly
reduces the elasticity of the connective tissues. Soluble, native collagen,
mainly obtained from the skin of young cattle, is added to skin care products
in order to increase the elasticity and moisture-binding capacity of the skin.ý
CYANOPSIS TETRAGONALBA ýGuar gum, thickening agent consisting of the ground endosperm of guar
seeds (cultivated in India, Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, Australia, South Africa
and the USA).ý
CYCLODIMETHICONE ýSilicone oils with a cyclic structure (8- and 10-membered rings with 4 or 5
silicone atoms) low-viscosity, volatile liquids. Oily components for skin care
product, they reduce tackiness and improve the feel on the skin. Conditioner
for hair care products to aid detangling and add shine.ý
CYCLOMETHICONE Non-ionic surfactant and emulsifier of the group of alkylpolyglucosides
obtained exclusively from starch and coconut oil and thus really environment-friendly.
These substances are completely biodegradable. They are used as
co-surfactants in particularly mild shampoos and shower gels and also as
non-ionic surfactants.
CYCLOPENTASILOXANE ýSilicone oil with a ring system (10-membered rings with 5 silicon atoms);
low-viscosity, volatile liquids. Oil component for skin care products, reducing
tackiness and improving the feel of the skin. Conditioner for hair care products
to improve the combability and shine of the hair.ý
 CYNARA SCOLYMUS Aqueous extract of artichoke containing tannins. Has astringent properties.
DAUCUS CAROTA ýCarrot extract containing carotine, vitamin B1, B2 and C and ethereal oils,
sugar and pectic substances. Used in skin care products.ý
DEA-OLETH-10 PHOSPHATE ýSolvent for perfumes and active ingredients, emulsifier.ý
DECYL GLUCOSIDE ýNonionic, glucose-based surfactant, frothing agent, solubilizing agent.ý
DECYL OLEATE Slightly yellow-coloured oil which is closely related to biological skin oils and
is dermatologically tolerated. Oily component for O/W and W/O emulsions.
DECYLTETRADECANOL Liquid fatty alcohol
DEHYDROACETIC ACID ýPreservative, finally approved in the EU for use in cosmetic products.ý
DEXTRIN Product made of starch. It is used as a thickening agent.
DICAPRYLYL MALEATE Diester derived from of capryl alcohol and maleic acid. Cosmetic additive.
DIHYDROXYACETONE Active substance for self-tanning products. Simple ketose of glycerol; occurs
as a metabolite in the organism. Its action is due to a reaction with proteins
on the skin surface forming yellowish-brown dyestuffs. The colouration is on
the surface only and disappears when the uppermost epidermal layers are
shed off after a couple of days.
DIISOPROPYL DIMER DILINOLEAT ýFatty acid ester, emulsifier, cosmetic additive.ý
DIMETHICONE ýSilicone oils. Dimethylpolysiloxanes of varying molecular sizes and viscosities.
Clear, colourless and odourless liquids, insoluble in water and ethanol. Has
good spreading capacity. Used in skin care products, to reduce the ýýwhite
washýý of O/W emulsions, and in hair care products as a detangling aid,
conditioning agent, moisture protection and to add shine.ý
DIMETHICONE COPOLYOL ýDimethyl siloxane glycol copolymer. Balances absent fat constituents,
Stabilises the natural oil and moisture household.ý
DIMETHICONOL ýSilicone. Oily component for cosmetics and hair care products. Impoves
detangling, adds shine.ý
DIMETHYL ETHER ýPropellant, ensures an even distribution of the active ingredients in sprays
and mousse products.ý
DIOCTYL SODIUM SULFOSUCCINATE ýExcellent wetting agent, chiefly used as an emulsifier.ý
DIPALMITOYL CYSTINE Lipoamino acid consisting of palmitic acid and cystine. Skin care product.
DIPALMITOYL HYDROXYPROLINE Lipoamino acid consisting of palmitic acid and hydroxyproline. Skin care
product.
DISODIUM Surfactant for hair and skin cleansing products that are highly tolerated by
LAURETHSULFOSUCCINATE the skin.
DISODIUM COCOAMPHODIACETATE Amphoteric surfactant with excellent dermatological and mucosal compatibility.
Readily biodegradable. Mostly used in combination with anionic or nonionic
surfactants in skin and hair cleansing products.
DISODIUM LAURYL ýAnionic surfactant with excellent dermatological and mucosal compatibility,
SULFOSUCCINATE used mostly in combination with other surfactants to enhance compatibility
and lathering capacity. Readily biodegradable.ý
DISODIUM EDTA Di-sodium salt of EDTA (see EDTA). Chelating agent for inactivating heavy
metal traces in hair and skin care products. Synergist (enhancer) for
anti-oxidants and preservatives.
DISODIUM PHOSPHATE Buffering substance. Keeps the pH value of fixatives constant and is also
used as a stabiliser for hydrogen peroxide which decomposes easily.
DISTARCH PHOSPHATE ýWhite, odourless, freely flowing powder which is a distarch phosphate based
on cornstarch, whereby the phosphate content is max. 0.1%. Used as a base
substance for powder and make-up products.ý
ECHINACEA PURPUREA Extract of echinacea purpurea contains echinacine which strengthens the
bodyýs immune response. Used in cosmetic products to strengthen the
defense mechanism of the skin against harmful outside influences.
EDTA ýAbbreviation for ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid. Chelating agent (complex
one) to inactivate traces of heavy metal in hair and skin care products
because heavy metals accelerate the decomposition of many active ingredients,
e.g. hydrogen peroxide, and the rancidness of natural oils. Synergist
(substance which enhances the effectiveness) of antioxidants and preservatives.ý
EQUISETUM ARVENSE ýHorsetail extract. Contains silicates, saponins, flavones. Enhances the
conditioning effect of the product.ý
ETHANOLAMINE Alkalizing and swelling agent.
ETHOXYDIGLYCOL ýEthereal alcohol, solvent. In hair care products, e.g. perm lotions, it is used
as a carrier substance to facilitate penetration of active ingredients and for
good curling results with low pH values.ý
ETHYL ACETATE ýAcetic acid ethyl ester. Colourless, clear, flammable liquid with weak,
pleasantly fruity fragrance and a boiling point of approx. 77 to 78 °C. Solvent.ý
ETHYL BUTYLACETAMINO Insect repellent. Provides protection against insect bites.
PROPIONATE
2-ETHYL-HEXYL-2-ETHYL- ýBranched-chain fatty acid ester, oily component for skin care products,
HEXANOATE improves the water-repellent effect on the skin.ý
ETHYLHEXYL METHOXYCINNAMATE Oil-soluble UVB filter. It is a component of many sunscreen products.
ETHYLHEXYLSTEARATE Low-odour and dermatologically compatible oil with high spreading capacity.
Used as an oily component in O/W and W/O emulsions.
ETIDRONIC ACID Complexone on the basis of organophosphonic acids. Properties like EDTA.
FAEX ýYeast, or yeast extracts contain amino acids and the vitamins B (B1, B2, B6)
and biotin. Used in the treatment of oily skin and hair.ý
FORMIC ACID ýNaturally occurring organic acid, neutralizing agent.ý
FUMARIC ACID ýWhite, crystalline, water-soluble solid pH regulator, as unsaturated carboxylic
acid capable of removing reducing agents from hair after perming.ý
GELATIN ýPolypeptide obtained from hydrolysis of collagen from the tissues and bones
of slaughtered pigs or cattle. Dissolves in water and swells to form a viscous
solution which sets to a colloidal solid on cooling. Gelling agent for food,
capsule material for medicines, thickening agent and emulsion Stabiliser for
cosmetic products.ý
GENTIANA LUTEA Extract of the gentian roots. Mainly contains bitter principles and colouring matter.
GLUCOSE ýDextrose (grape sugar), made from cornstarch or cane sugar. A white, water-soluble
and sweet-tasting powder. Used as a natural setting agent in hair
care products.ý
GLUTAMIC ACID Widely distributed amino acid. Supporting substance of hair.
GLYCERIN ýTrihydric alcohol, obtained by the saponification of natural oils and fats, a
colourless, sweet-tasting, very hygroscopic liquid. Humectant for skin, scalp
and hair.ý
GLYCERYL ISOSTEARATE ýEster derived from glycerine and isostearic acid. Emulsifier, consistency
regulator, Moisturising agent and Stabiliser for cosmetic emulsions and sticks.ý
GLYCERYL RICINOLEATE Monoester of glycerine and ricinoleic acid. Fatty component for lipsticks.
GLYCERYL STEARATE ýGlyceryl monostearates are obtained by the interchange of ester radicals of
natural oils and fats with glycerine, whereby a mixture of monoglycerides with
di- and triglycerides and free glycerine is produced. The term ýýglyceryl
monostearateýý is therefore not exact. Co-emulsifying agent, dispersing agent
and consistency regulator for O/W and W/O emulsions.ý
GLYCERYL OLEATE ýEster derived from glycerine and oleic acid. Emulsifier, consistency regulator
and stabiliser for cosmetic emulsions e.g. in combination with other emulsifiers.ý
GLYCERYL STEARTE SE Self-emulsifying (SE) emulsifier mixture consisting of glyceryl monostearate
and potassium stearate for O/W emulsions.
GLYCINE ýAminoacetic acid or glycocoll is present as the simplest naturally occurring
amino acid in most proteins. It forms colourless, sweet-tasting crystals that
are very soluble in water. Buffering substance in cosmetic products and
texturing agent and repair ingredient of hair care products.ý
GLYCINE SOJA Botanical name for the soy plant. Soybean oil and other ingredients of the
soy plant have to be declared in the shown way.
GLYCOL ABIETATE Ester derived from abietic acid (resin acid) and glycol improves the gloss and
adhesiveness of nail polishes.
GLYCOL DISTEARATE Opacifier improves product consistency.
GLYCOLIC ACID ýSimplest alpha-hydroxy acid ýýAHAýý. Present in many fruits as so-called fruit
acid. Has a keratolytic action. Used in anti-wrinkle products.ý
GLYCOL STEARATE ýMonoester of glycol (dihydric alcohol) with stearic acid. Wax-like substance,
emulsion stabiliser and consistency regulator.ý
GLYCOL STEARATE S.E. ýAnionic, self-emulsifying emulsifier, consisting of glycol monostearate and
sodium stearate.ý
GLYCYRRHIZIC ACID ýCan be obtained from liquorice root, forms colourless, very sweet-tasting
crystals that dissolve in hot water and in alcohol. Has anti-inflammatory properties.ý
GLYOXYLIC ACID ýHerbal acid, Wella-Balsam ingredient ýýbyogenýý. Neutralizes alkaline and
peroxide residues. Texturing conditioner.ý
GUANINE ýSilvery pigment (fish silver, purine derivative), obtained from fish scales.
Mother-of-pearl lustre agent.ý
GUAR HYDROXYPROPYLTRIMONIUM ýA cationic guar derivative, versatile additive in hair and skin cleansing
CHLORIDE products. Owing to its affinity to keratin it makes the hair easier to comb
and leaves the skin feeling in good condition.ý
HAMAMELIS VIRGINIANE ýWitch hazel extract, chiefly containing tannins and ethereal oils. Has astringent,
toning and anti-inflammatory properties.ý
HAYFLOWER EXTRACT ýContains ethereal oils and tannins, said to have a positive effect on the
circulation and regeneration of the epidermis.ý
ýHC ýýFARBEýý NO.ý ýClass of substantive dyestuffs, usually on the basis of nitro-dyes.ý
HEDERA HELIX ýIvy extract, used as a stimulating substance in skin care products.ý
HELIANTUS ANNUUS Sunflower oil
HELIOTROPINE ýOil-soluble, used as a bactericide and perfume.ý
HINOKITIOL ýActive ingredient of the hinoki cedar which is native to Taiwan, has microbicidal
properties. Used in skin and hair cosmetics, especially in hair tonics.ý
HONEY ýBee honey contains various sugars, amino acids, vitamins, enzymes and
trace elements. Used in early history in many beauty products. Reported to
have stimulating, skin smoothing and water-binding powers.ý
HUMULUS LUPULUS ýHop extract contains ethereal oils, adenine, bitter principles, tannins and
amino acids. Said to have soothing, relaxing and anti-inflammatory properties.ý
HYALURONIC ACID ýMucopolysaccharide acid consisting of alternating N-acetyl glucosamine
(hexosamine) and glucuronic acid constituents. Important constituent of con
nective tissue, usually occurs together with chondroitin sulfate and proteins in
joint synovial fluid, in vitreous humor and in the umbilical cord. Very hygroscopic
substance used as a humectant for cosmetic products.ý
HYDROFLUOROCARBON ýPropellant (alternative to CFC) in spray and mousse formulations. It ensures
even distribution of the active substance in sprays, mousses and neutralisers.ý
 HYDROGEN PEROXIDE ýHydrogen peroxide is the most widely used oxidizing agent for perming
processes, hair colourants and bleaching treatments.ý
HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL ýHardened castor oil, waxy component in skin care and decorative cosmetics.
Has a consistency regulating and matting effect in day creams.ý
HYDROGENATED COCO-GLYCERIDES ýSee ýýHydrogenated Coconut Oilýý.ý
HYDROGENATED COCONUT OIL Hardened coconut oil. Melts on the skin. Used in soft creams and body lotions.
HYDROGENATED LARD GLYCERIDE Hardened lard.
HYDROGENATED PALM GLYCERIDE Hardened palm oil.
HYDROGENATED PALM ýEmulsifier, solubilising agent and stabiliser for cosmetic
GLYCERIDE CITRATE emulsions; very well tolerated by the skin and mucous membranes.ý
HYDROGENATED PALM Hardened palm kernel oil.
KERNEL GLYCERIDE
HYDROGENATED POLYISOBUTENE ýBranched-chain, synthetically produced hydrocarbon having a physical and
cosmetic structure roughly similar to squalane. Oily component in creams
and lotions.ý
HYDROGENATED RICE BRAN WAX Hardened wax derived from rice bran.
HYDROGENATED VEGETABLE OIL ýMixture of different hardened vegetable oils, especially soybean oil.ý
HYDROLYZED COLLAGEN ýHydrolyzed protein obtained by enzymic or acid hydrolysis of collagen.
Improves the compatibility of skin and hair cleansers. Also exhibits substantivity
to skin and hair, and thus smooths down the surface.ý
HYDROLYZED ELASTIN ýElastin is the chief protein of all elastic fibres. Hydrolyzed elastins are used in
cosmetics to improve the moisture content, smoothness and elasticity of the skin.ý
HYDROLYZED KERATIN ýObtained by enzymic or acid hydrolysis of wool, which basically corresponds
to human hair contains the ýýstructural proteinýý of hair. Thanks to its good
affinity to hair it is capable of repairing damaged hair structures. Active
ingredient of Liquid-Hair.ý
HYDROLYZED SILK ýObtained from silk by hydrolysis (enzymatic or acid). Contains a specific
amino acid mixture, is suitable for use in hair conditioners.ý
HYDROLYZED SOY PROTEIN Processed soy protein. Conditioning substance for skin and hair.
HYDROLYZED SWEET Almond protein hydrolisate ý see also Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein
ALMOND PROTEIN
HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROTEIN ýHydrolyzed protein obtained by an enzymatic process from wheat, improves
the dermatological and mucosal compatibility and the lathering properties of
shampoos and bath products.ý
ý1-HYDROXYETHYL-4,5-DIAMINO ýRed developer; In oxidative hair colouring, colourless dye precursors are
PYRAZOLE SULFATEý mixed with hydrogen peroxide to form the colouring agent proper within the
hair. The dye precursors are subdivided into two chemical classes, the developers
and the couplers. Pyrazoles are heterocyclical dye systems producing very
deep and long-lasting red colourants.ý
HYDROXYETHYLCELLULOSE ýModified cellulose. Used as a thickening agent and stabiliser, and to improve
general product qualities, viscosity regulator.ý
HYDROXYETHYL-P-PHENYLENDIAMIN ýOxidative dye, developer.ý
HYDROXYLATED LANOLIN ýNonionic Stabiliser for W/O emulsions, dispersing agent for pigments.ý
HYDROXYOCTACOSANYL Synthetic wax prepared from a long-chain fatty acid with a long-chain fat
HYDROXYSTEARATE alcohol. Used in cosmetic O/W and W/O emulsions.
HYDROXYPROLINE This amino acid is one of the main constituents of collagen. Used in cosmetic
products for instance as a humectant.
HYDROXYPROPYL CELLULOSE ýChemically modified cellulose. Soluble in water and in alcohols. Viscosity
regulator, thickener and film-forming agent.ý
HYDROXYPROPYL CHITOSAN Cationic chitin derivative - detangling aid.
TRIMONIUM CHLORIDE
HYDROXYPROPYL GUAR ýCationic guar derivative, readily soluble in water, compatible with most
HYDROXYPROPYL TRIMONIUM surfactants. Good substantivity to hair and skin, thus improving wet and dry
CHLORIDE combability of the hair and reducing statics. It leaves a soft pleasant film on
the skin.ý
HYPERICUM PERFORATUM ýVegetable oil extract of Saint Johnýs wort flowers, contains ethereal oils,
resins, tannins and hypericin. Has healing, anti-inflammatory, soothing and
regenerating properties and is therefore used chiefly in skin repair oils, lotions
and creams for sensitive and rough skin.ý
IMIDAZOLIDINYL UREA Very good preservative which protects cosmetic products against spoilage by
bacteria or fungi. Hydrolyzed from formaldehyde.
INDIGOFERA ARGENTEA ýIndigo is obtained from the reng plant, a natural or cultivated leguminus herb
found in Africa, India, Iran and South America. The leaves contain a colouring
substance, indigotin, which produces the typical indigo blue in conjunction
with oxygen.ý
INOSITOL Plays an important part in human metabolism.
IODOPROPYNYL BUTYL CARBAMATE Preservative for cosmetics
ISOBUTYLPARABEN Preservative
ISOCETYL ALCOHOL ýMixture of liquid, branched-chain fat alcohols with 16 C-atoms. Oily component
for care and decorative cosmetics.ý
ISODODECANE ýDetangling aid, top additive for 2-phase products.ý
ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL ýSecondary aliphatic alcohol. Clear, colourless liquid of characteristic odour.
Miscible with water, acetone, alcohol etc. Has disinfecting properties, used
especially in hair care products and deodorant sprays as a solvent for the
active ingredients and constituents.ý
ISOPROPYL ISOSTEARATE Isopropyl alcohol ester of isostearic acid. Colourless oil which spreads easily
and is dermatologically compatible. Oily component for care cosmetics and
bath oils.
 ISOPROPYL LANOLATE ýIsopropyl ester of lanolin fatty acid, has good spreading and softening properties.
Oily component for cosmetic creams and lotions, and a pigment dispersing
agent for decorative cosmetics.ý
ISOPROPYL MYRISTATE ýEster derived from isopropyl alcohol and myristic acid. Colourless, odourless
and tasteless oil of low viscosity, insoluble in water, glycerine and propylene
glycol, soluble in vegetable oil, mineral oils and fat alcohols. Oily component
with good spreading ability in emulsions, bath oils, sunscreens and aerosol
products and a solubilizing agent for vitamins and perfumes.ý
ISOPROPYL PALMITATE ýEster derived from isopropyl alcohol and palmitic acid. Similar properties to
isopropyl myristate, but subjectively slightly oilier.ý
ISOPROPYL STEARATE ýEster derived from isopropyl alcohol and stearic acid. Almost white, odourless
and tasteless oil that sets at temperatures below approx. 16 °C. Properties
and application: similar to isopropyl myristate and palmitate.ý
ISOSTEARYL ISOSTEARATE ýEster derived from isostearyl alcohol and isostearic acid. Yellowish, oily liquid.
Oily component for cosmetic emulsions.ý
ISOSTEARYL LACTATE ýIsostearyl alcohol ester of lactic acid. Low-viscosity, yellowish liquid that is
insoluble in water and readily soluble in oils. Used in cosmetic products as
skin care component with good dermatological and mucosal compatibility.ý
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JUGLANS REGIA ýWalnut oil, used in skin care emulsions.ý
JUNIPERUS COMMUNIS Extract of juniper berry. Contains ethereal oils with an antiseptic action.
KAOLIN ýPorcelain, Bolus Alba), a natural mineral (silicate of aluminium). For cosmetic
products it is available as a fine powder of different particle sizes and shades
of white. Used in all kinds of powders and in make-up products.ý
KERATIN AMINO ACIDS ýDerived from total hydrolysis of wool, which corresponds to human hair. The
relevant amino acids (constituents) are cystine, glutamic acid, serine, proline,
threonine, leucine, arginine, glycine, aspartic acid and alanine. The proportions
vary in descending order between 16% and 4%.ý
LACTIC ACID ýOrganic acid, a product of metabolism in the muscles and a constituent of
the natural Moisturising factor of the skin, used as a humectant and as a pH
regulator.ý
LANETH-5 Ethoxylated lanolin alcohol. Nonionic emulsifier und stabiliser for W/O and
O/W emulsions.
LANETH-20 ýEthoxylated lanolin alcohol, nonionic emulsifier.ý
LANOLIN ýFat (or more correctly: wax) from wool. Obtained from sheepýs wool. A
mixture of various esters of higher alcohols, especially cholesterol, with higher
fatty acids. Emulsifier for W/O emulsions. Owing to its similarity to sebum,
lanolin is an age-old ingredient of many skin and hair care products.ý
LANOLIN ALCOHOL ýYellowish wax containing the alcohols of wool fat, especially cholesterol.
Emulsifier and emulsion Stabiliser for W/O emulsions and an active ingredient
in intensive hair conditioners.ý
LANOLIN LIQUIDA ýFat from wool, consistency medium and cream constituent of emulsions.ý
LANOLIN OIL ýPure, liquid lanolin viscous, golden liquid of characteristic odour and high
spreading capacity, protects and Moisturises the skin.ý
LANOLIN WAX ýYellowish, plastic wax containing the wax-like constituents of fat from wool.
Enhances the Moisturising capacity of skin. Auxiliary emulsifier and stabiliser
for W/O emulsions.ý
LAURETH-2 Nonionic emulsifier. Active ingredient for anti-grease and volume shampoos.
LAURETH-3 Nonionic emulsifier. Body substance and thickening agent for shampoos.
LAURETH-4 Nonionic O/W emulsifier. Used chiefly as a detangling aid in fixatives.
LAURETH-9 Nonionic emulsifier. To improve general product qualities.
LAURETH-10 ýNonionic emulsifier, detangling aid and conditioner.ý
LAURIC ACID Active substance obtained from palm-kernel oil. It inhibits the activity of the
enzyme 5-alpha-reductase responsible for the conversion of testosterone into
dihydrotestosterone. Dihydrotestosterone is responsible in particular for the
androgenetic-type hair loss.
LAURYLDIMONIUM HYDROXYPROPYL ýCationic protein on the basis of hydrolized collagen, used as a detangling aid.ý
HYDROLYZED COLLAGEN
LAURYLDIMONIUM HYDROXYPROPYL Modified wheat protein which is capable of binding onto the hairýs surface used
HYDROLYZED WHEAT PROT in shampoos as a conditioning substance and detangling aid.
LAURYL GLUCOSIDE Non-ionic surfactant and emulsifier of the group of alkylpolyglucosides
obtained exclusively from starch and coconut oil and thus really environment-friendly.
These substances are completely biodegradable. They are used as
co-surfactants in particularly mild shampoos and shower gels and also as
non-ionic surfactants.
LAURYL POLYGLUCOSE Nonionic surfactant. Class of alkyl polyglucosides which are obtained on the
basis of starch and coconut oil. Used as a co-surfactant in particularly mild
shampoos.
LAURYL PYRROLIDONE Non-ionic thickening agent for surfactant systems. It is used for instance in
hair colouring products to enhance their adhesive properties.
LAWSONIA INERMIS ýHenna is a tropical shrub named after the botanist Dr. Israel Lawson. It is
cultivated in North Africa, East and West India and in the Orient. Henna powder
is made from the dried and pulverized leaves of the henna plant. Used in
plant hair colourants, whereby only red-orange shades are possible.ý
LECITHIN ýLecithin is a phospholipid and an important component of cell membranes,
particularly abundant in egg yolk, brain and vegetable seeds. It is mainly
obtained from soybeans, and sometimes from egg yolk. Lecithins are used as
emulsifiers, and recently to an increasing extent in the manufacture of liposomes.ý
LINOLEIC ACID A doubly unsaturated essential fatty acid (vitamin F). Tends to become rancid
and resinous. Used in products for dry skin.
MAGNESIUM ALUMINUM SILICATE Mineral colloidal magnesium aluminium silicate has high swelling properties
in water. Used as a thickening and dispersing agent.
MAGNESIUM CARBONATE ýWhite powder that hardly dissolves in water, used for instance for powder
products, tooth pastes.ý
MAGNESIUM LAURETH SULFATE Mild detergent.
 MAGNESIUM LAURETH-8 SULFATE Mild detergent.
MAGNESIUM OLETH SULFATE Mild detergent.
MAGNESIUM STEARATE Magnesium salt of stearic acid. Gelling agent for fats and oils. Consistency
regulator and stabiliser for W/O emulsions.
MAGNESIUM SULFATE Magnesium sulfate crystals are readily soluble in water. Used as a stabiliser
in W/O emulsions.
MALEIC ACID Buffering substance to Stabilise very acid pH values in shampoos.
MALVA SYLVESTRIS ýExtract of mallow flowers and leaves, chiefly contains slimy substances, various
sugars, tannins and ýýmalvinýý anti-irritant.ý
M-AMINOPHENOL ýOxidative dye, coupler.ý
MARIS SAL Natural sea salt with many trace elements.
MEDICAGO SATIVA ýLucerne extract, contains vitamins, saponins, proteins and flavonoids.ý
MELISSA OFFICINALIS ýMelissa extract, contains ethereal oil with citral, citronella, linalool, geraniol,
aldehydes and tannins. Used for sensitive and delicate skin.ý
MENTHA PIPERITA ýContains ethereal oils of peppermint, especially menthol. Cools and refreshes
the skin.ý
MENTHOL Main constituent of peppermint oil. Has disinfecting and cooling properties.
Used for example as a cooling component in hair tonics and body lotions.
METHYL ACETATE ýMethyl ester of acetic acid. Colourless, volatile liquid of characteristic odour.
Solvent for nail polishes and nail polish removers.ý
METHYL HYDROGENATED ROSINATE ýPurified methyl ester of a hydrogenated abietic acid. Used in nail polishes,
lipsticks, mascara and brilliantines and as a perfume fixative.ý
METHYL NICOTINATE ýMethyl ester of nicotinic acid (vitamin of the B-complex), stimulates the circulation.
Used e.g. in hair tonics.ý
4-METHYLBENZYLIDENE CAMPHOR Oil-soluble UVB filter. In EU countries permitted in concentrations up to 4 %.
Component of many sunscreen agents.
METHYLCHLORO- ISOTHIAZOLINONE Preservative with broad microbial activity. Is mostly used in
combination with methylisothiazolinone in hair and skin cleansing products.
METHYLISOTHIAZOLINONE ýSee ýýMethylchloroisothiazolinoneýý.ý
METHYLPARABEN Naturally occurring preservative (also used as a food preservative) for cosmetic
and pharmaceutical products.
MICA Pearly lustre pigment mineral silicate. Chiefly used in decorative cosmetics.
MICROCRYSTALLINE WAX ýWax-like, higher-melting petroleum fractions (chiefly ceresines) as waxy
components and consistency regulators in stick products and emulsions.ý
MINERAL OIL ýColourless, water-white, oily liquids obtained by distillation and subsequent
purification of petroleum. Mineral oils are used as oily components in cosmetic
and pharmaceutical emulsions and in skin care oils.ý
MONTMORRILONITE Clay mineral. It is used as a fat-adsorbing ingredient. Clay minerals are
minerals of varying composition. They have been used in various forms since
the beginning of civilisation. The colour depends on the composition.
MYRISTYL MYRISTATE ýEster prepared from myristic acid and myristyl alcohol. Yellowish, wax-like
substance with a weak characteristic odour. Used as a readily spreading oily
component in care and decorative cosmetics.ý
1-NAPHTHOL ýOxidative hair colourant, coupler.ý
NITROCELLULOSE ýChemically, the incorrect term for cellulose nitrate. Raw material for lacquers
and nail polishes. A solution in alcohol/ether is used in pharmacy as a so-called
ýýcollodionýý, i.e. a coating for wounds.ý
NONOXYNOL-10 ýNonyl phenol ethoxylate (APEO), nonionic emulsifier and solubilizing agent
for perfume oils. ý
NONOXYNOL-14 ýNonyl phenol ethoxylate (APEO), nonionic emulsifier and solubilizing agent
for perfume oils. ý
NONOXYNOL-23 ýNonyl phenol ethoxylate (APEO), nonionic emulsifier and solubilizing agent
for perfume oils. ý
NYLON-6 ýNylon (polyamide) powder with a high specific surface and thus high adsorptive
capacity for liquid and volatile substances, e.g. perspiration components.
Used in powders, creams and lotions.ý
OCTOCRYLENE Oil-sulube UVB filter used in sunscreen products.
OCTYL DIMETHYL PABA Chemically 2-ethyl-hexyl-p-dimethylamino-benzoate. UVB light filtering substance.
OCTYL DODECANOL ýBranched-chain, saturated fat alcohol. Clear, oily, almost odourless liquid.
Used in many cosmetic products, e.g. baby oils, skin repair oils.ý
OCTYL METHOXYCINNAMATE Oil-soluble UVB filter. Contained in many sunscreen products.
OCTYLACRYLAMIDE/ ACRYLATES/ ýAmphoteric film-forming agent for hair styling products. Hard, rather brittle
BUTYLAMINOETHYL METHAC polymer with a strong setting effect, forms a clear shiny film which is very
moisture-resistant and has good curl retention properties.ý
OCTYL STEARATE
OENOTHERA BIENNIS Evening primrose oil with a high content of gamma linolenic acid obtained
from the seeds of the plant. Used in products for dry skin.
OLEAMIDE DEA Oleic acid diethanolamide. Nonionic emulsifier for W/O emulsions.
Conditioner and thickening agent for hair care products.
OLEIC ACID Basis for soaps.
OLETH-2 Nonionic emulsifier on the basis of oleyl alcohol with high dermatologic
compatibility. Emulsifier in liquid W/O emulsions.
OLETH-3 Nonionic emulsifier and solubilizing agent.
OLEYL ALCOHOL ýColourless, clear, oily liquid with weak characteristic odour. Oily component
for decorative cosmetic products, emulsions and body oils.ý
 OLEYL ERUCATE ýSynthetic jojoba oil, has largely the same properties as natural jojoba oil.ý
ORYZA SATIVA ýPowdered rice starch. White, pourable powder which is practically insoluble
in water. It is characterised by a high water absorptivity and is therefore used
as a drying agent and consistency builder in anhydrous products such as
bleaching powders.ý
OZOKERITE ýMicrocrystalline wax (mineral wax), corresponding to ceresine, which was
formerly obtained by mining. Consistency regulator and base substance for
emulsions and decorative cosmetics.ý
PABA ýPaminobenzoic acid, alcohol and water-soluble UVB filter.ý
PALMITOYL COLLAGEN AMINO ACIDS Lipoamino acid consisting of palmitic acid and collagen amino
acids. Skin care substance.
PANAX GINSENG Extract of ginseng root. Used in products for treating dry and sensitive skin
and scalp.
PANTHENOL ýPanthenol (D-panthotenyl alcohol) is a provitamin of the B-group, which is
transformed into vitamin B5 in the skin. Panthenol is a thick syrupy, very
hygroscopic liquid. Used in many skin care products, especially for treating
dry skin and in baby products. Aids detangling and gives hair added shine
and texture. Hair has more volume, is easier to manage and retains its natural
sheen. The moistening effect means that the hair does not feel dry or fragile,
and looks natural.ý
PARAFFIN ýParaffin is a solid, wax-like mixture of different paraffin waxes. Skin protection
component and consistency regulator especially in W/O emulsions.ý
PARAFFINUM LIQUIDUM ýObtained by distillation of petroleum. Colourless, water-white, oily liquids
which are available in different viscosity grades. Paraffin oils are used in
cosmetic and pharmaceutical emulsions, and in body oils. Fatty compound in
hair creams and shine creams brilliantines.ý
PARFUM ýFragrance component. Fragrance is an essential component of the product.
It conceals the characteristic odours of the raw materials, makes the product
more attractive and supports its promised efficacy and market position. It is
therefore a major buying incentive and determines customersý general
satisfaction with product performance.ý
PCA ýPyrrolidone carboxylic acid. Product of metabolism, most important single
constituent of the natural Moisturising factor of the skin (NMF). The sodium
salt is very hygroscopic and surpasses glycerine, propylene glycol and sorbit.
PCA salts are used as humectants in skin care products, the pure acid is
used as a neutralizating agent.ý
PEG-3 DISTEARATE ýOpacifier for shampoos, foam and shower baths.ý
PEG-4 Polyglycol. Liquid waxy component as solvent which conditions hair and
gives it shine.
PEG-6 CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC GLYCERIDESýEthoxylated partial glyceride mixture of natural C8 to C12
vegetable fatty acids. Re-Moisturising substance in cosmetics and
pharmaceutical products, especially bath products.ý
PEG-7 GLYCERYL COCOATE Polyol fatty acid ester Re-Moisturising component for shower and bath products.
PEG-7 HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL ýNonionic emulsifier, especially for liquid W/O emulsions.ý
PEG-8 ýPolyethylene glycol with a molecular weight of 200, used as a solvent or
solubilizing agent.ý
PEG-8 C12-18 ESTER ýDermatologically compatible, nonionic emulsifier and re-Moisturiser for
cosmetic products.ý
PEG-10-C12-18-ALCOHOLS Nonionic emulsifier for O/W emulsions.
PEG-12 ýLiquid waxy component, solvent, nurtures the hair and gives it shine.ý
PEG-12-GLUCOPYRANOSE Viscosity stabiliser for emulsions and decorative cosmetics.
COPOLYMER
PEG-15 GLYCERYL ISOSTEARATE ýEthoxylated isostearic acid glyceride. Re-Moisturising substance in cosmetic
skin cleansers, e.g. foam baths, bath oils and syndet bars.ý
PEG-22 DODECYL GLYCOL Stabiliser for liquid and cream W/O emulsions.
COPOLYMER
PEG-25 HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL ýSolubilizing agent, raw material slide bar.ý
PEG-25 LAURETH-25 Stabiliser and auxiliary emulsifier for liquid emulsions.
PEG-25 PABA ýLight protection filter, nonionic, water-soluble UVB filter, used chiefly to protect
coloured products from bleaching out, improves the stability against oxidation
of perfume oils and active ingredients in gel-type products and shampoos.ý
PEG-35 CASTOR OIL Nonionic solubilizing agent and emulsifier on the basis of castor oil. Used
chiefly to solubilize ethereal oils and perfumes in aqueous-alcoholic and
purely aqueous solutions.
PEG-35 HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL ýNonionic solubilizing agent, wetting and dispersing agent on the basis of
castor oil.ý
PEG-40 HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL Nonionic solubilizing agent and emulsifier on the basis of castor oil. Used
chiefly to solubilize ethereal oils and perfumes in aqueous-alcoholic and
purely aqueuous solutions.
PEG-40 SORBITAN LANOLATE Polyethylene glycol sorbitan lanolate. Used as an emulsifier in perm lotions.
PEG-40 STEARATE ýPolyethylene glycol monostearate. Nonionic emulsifier for O/W creams,
lotions and perm lotions.ý
PEG-45 DODECYL GLYCOL ýNonionic emulsifier, stabiliser and consistency regulator in
COPOLYMER liquid W/O emulsions.ý
PEG-45 M ýHigh molecular, water-soluble substance. Improves lathering properties and
feel on the skin of skin and hair cleansing products.ý
PEG-60 HYDROGENATES CASTOR OIL ýNonionic emulsifier, solubilizing agent.ý
PEG-75 ýNonionic, water-soluble consistency medium for emulsions.ý
PEG-75 LANOLIN OIL ýConditioning substance with lanolin base reduces ýýstiffýý hair after applying
hair spray.ý
PEG-90 M ýPolyglycol, thickening agent and consistency medium.ý
 PEG-100 STEARATE Nonionic emulsifier for O/W emulsions.
PEG-150 ýPolyethylene glycol Humectant for the skin, thickening agent and
consistency medium.ý
PEG-200 HYDROGENATED Nonionic emulsifier contained in consistency regulators.
GLYCERYL PALMITATE
PEG ISOSTEARYL GLYCERIDES ýGlycerides polyethylene glycol ether of isostearic acid. Re-Moisturiser, oily
component and co-emulsifier in cosmetic and pharmaceutical products.ý
PERSEA GRATISSIMA ýOil of the avocado pear, contains high quantities of unsaturated fatty acids
and vitamins, especially A and E. Used in skin care products for dry skin and
in hair care products to protect against moisture and dehydration. Conditions
and smoothes the hair.ý
PETROLATUM ýVaseline, a viscous, semi-solid mixture of solid and liquid, mainly saturated
hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum. Oily component especially for W/O
emulsions. Is not absorbed by the skin but forms a film, and is therefore suitable
for use in skin protection products and for treating very dry skin. In hair care
products petrolatum improves texture, aids detangling and gives hair shine,
elasticity and resistance.ý
PETROLEUM DISTILLATE S Isoparaffin hydrocarbon. Used as a solvent for various oils.
PHENOXYETHANOL ýColourless, slightly viscous liquid with antimicrobial activity. Usually used in
combination with parabenes as a preservative.ý
PHENYL DIMETHICONE ýSilicone oil, used as an oily component in creams and lotions, improves the
spreading capacity of the emulsions and leaves the skin feeling pleasant and soft.ý
PHENYL TRIMETHICONE ýSilicone oil, readily volatile detangling aid, makes the hair shiny and healthy,
without overloading dried hair.ý
PHENYLBENZIMIDAZOLE UVB filter. In EU countries permitted in concentrations up to 8
SULFONIC ACID %. In its salt form neutralised with inorganic or organic alkaline solutions it is
used in many sunscreen products.
PHOSPHORIC ACID Used to adjust the pH value and to Stabilise fixatives.
PHTHALIC ANHYDRIDE/TRIMELITIC Copolymer consisting of phthalic and trimelitic anhydride with glycol and
GLYCOLS COPOLYMER neopentyl glycol. Film-forming agent and viscosity regulator in different
cosmetic products.
PINUS ýPine-needle extract, contains ethereal oils and terpenes with toning,
hyperaemic and bactericidal properties.ý
PIROCTONE OLAMINE Highly-effective anti-dandruff substance.
POLOXAMER 288 Nonionic emulsifier. Good dispersing and wetting agent.
POLYAMINOPROPYL BIGUAMIDE ýAlcohol and water-soluble, cationic bactericide.ý
POLYAMINO SUGAR CONDENSATE Constituent of a synthetic NMF (see PCA). Humectant in skin care products.
POLYGLYCERYL-2 ISOSTEARATE Nonionic emulsifier for W/O emulsions.
POLYGLYCERYL-3-RICINOLEATE ýPolyglyceryl ester of castor oil, used as an emulsifying agent in cremes and
liquid emulsions, especially in w/o emulsions.ý
POLYGLYCERYL-2 ýFatty acid polyglycerine ester, emulsifier for creams and
SESQUIISOSTEARATE liquid emulsions.ý
POLYGLYCERYL-2 ýFatty acid polyglycerine ester, used as an emulsifier for
DIPOLYHYDROXYSTEARATE creams and liquid emulsions. PEG free.ý
POLYQUATERNIUM-2 Polymer with urea base skin care substance for foam and shower baths.
POLYQUATERNIUM-6 Cationic polymer of dimethyl diallyl ammonium chloride (conditioning
substance). Contained in perm lotions. Improves body and aids detangling
by substantive adsorption.
POLYQUATERNIUM-10 ýCationic cellulose derivative, very soluble in water, compatible with most
surfactants. Binds onto the surface of hair and skin, aids detangling of damp
and dry hair and reduces static. Leaves a soft, pleasant film on the skin.ý
POLYQUATERNIUM-11 ýCationic polymer (conditioning substance). Used in shampoos, perm lotions
and fixatives. Improves texture and aids detangling of the hair by binding
onto the hairýs surface.ý
POLYQUATERNIUM-16 Cationic copolymerisate consisting of vinylimideazolinium methochloride and
vinylpyrrolidone to aid detangling and give the hair hold and elasticity.
POLYQUATERNIUM-28 ýCationic polymer (conditioning substance). Used in shampoos, perm lotions
and fixatives. Improves texture and aids detangling of the hair by binding
onto the hairýs surface.ý
POLYQUATERNIUM- 35 ýCationic polymer (conditioning substance). Used in shampoos, perm lotions
and fixatives. Improves texture and aids detangling of the hair by binding
onto the hairýs surface.ý
POLYQUATERNIUM -36 Cationic film-forming agent for conditioning hold and elasticity of the hair.
POLYSORBATE 20 ýEthoxylated sorbitan lauric acid ester. Surfactant component in baby
shampoos, nonionic emulsifier for O/W emulsion.ý
POLYSORBATE 40 Nonionic emulsifier. Solubilizing agent for perfume oils.
POLYSORBATE 60 Ethoxylated sorbitan stearic acid ester. Nonionic emulsifier.
POLYSTYRENE Polymer. Used as an opacifier for perm and fixative lotions.
POTASSIUM COCOYL HYDROLYZED Fatty acid protein condensate. Mild anionic surfactant with good
COLLAGEN lathering property.
POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE ýPotash lye. Neutralizing agent for anorganic and organic acids, pH regulator.ý
POTASSIUM OLEATE ýPotash soap, surfactantý
POTASSIUM SORBATE ýPreservative, approved for use in food, prevents product spoilage during use.ý
PPG-2-CETEARETH-9 Nonionic solubilizing agent for perfume oils in aqueous and alcoholic solutions.
PPG-2 METHYL ETHER Carrier substance. Makes it easier for the reducing agent to penetrate.
PPG-2-MYRISTYL ETHER PROPIONATEýNonionic spreading agent, reduces the tackiness of hair treatment products.ý
 PPG-26 Nonionic solubilizing agent for perfume oils in aqueous and alcoholic solutions.
PPG-33-BUTETH-45 ýYellowish, clear water-soluble liquid, improves the conditioning properties of
hair cosmetics and leaves the hair shiny.ý
PROPANE ýPropellant gas for foaming up hair care products and fixatives (see
ýýButaneýý).ý
PROPYL GALLATE ýPropyl ester of gallic acid, used in cosmetics as an antioxidant.ý
PROPYLENE CARBONATE ýCarbonic ester of propylene glycol, high-boiling solvent for different active
ingredients and swelling agent for bentonite, e.g. in bentone gels.ý
PROPYLENE GLYCOL ýDihydric alcohol. Viscous, colourless, almost odourless liquid that is miscible
with water, ethanol and ethereal oils, and insoluble in hydrocarbons, fats and
oils. Solubilizing agent for ethereal oils and humectant for emulsions. Also
improves the efficacy of some preservatives.ý
PROPYLENE GLYCOL DIOCTANOATE Oily component for skin care and decorative cosmetics.
PROPYLPARABEN Natural preservative (also food preservative) for cosmetic and pharmaceutical
products.
PRUNUS DULCIS ýAlmond oil. Produced from the fruits or kernels of the almond tree. Light yel
low, practically odourless and mild tasting oil. Tends to become rancid. Oily
component for skin care products and pharmaceutical preparations.ý
PVP ýPolyvinyl pyrrolidone. White powder that is soluble in water and alcohols.
Nonionic film-forming agent, hair fixative, gives firm hold and elasticity.
Improves the texture of the hair and protects it against outside influences,
making it naturally resistant adds volume to hairstyles.ý
PVP/HEXADECENE COPOLYMER Organically modified polymer (film-forming agent) soluble in oil and alcohol.
Increases the viscosity of emulsions and oils. Improves the water resistance
of sunscreen products.
PVP/VA COPOLYMER ýNonionic film-forming agent, polymer with a strong setting effect that forms a
very shiny elastic film. Establishes elastic links between the single hairs and
thus ensures that hairstyles have optimum body and hold.ý
PVP/VA/VINYL PROPIONATE ýsee ýýPVP/VA COPOLYMERýýý
COPOLYMER
PVP/VINYL CAPROLACTAM /DMAPA ýsee ýýPVP/VA COPOLYMERýýý
ACRYLATES COPOLYMER
PYRIDOXINE ýVitamin B6. Water-soluble vitamin present in yeast, egg yolk, milk and cereals.
In cosmetic products vitamin B6 is used against oily and impure skin.ý
PYRUS MALUS Apple wax obtained from apple marc in a specific extraction process developed
at Wella. It contains wax ester and aliphatic hydrocarbons with a chain length
of 29 C-atoms. Used as an ingredient of the fruit wax mix to condition and
protect the hair.
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QUATERNIUM-18 Cationic surfactant with a high affinity to skin and hair, used especially in
intensive hair conditioning treatments.
QUATERNIUM-18 HECTORITE Gelling agent on the basis of a bentonite. Constituent of bentone gel mio
(quaternium-18 hectorite, mineral oil, propylene carbonate). Viscosity regulator
and emulsion Stabiliser. Improves the feel of cosmetic emulsions on the skin.
QUATERNIUM-80 Cationic silicon surfactant, for hair and skin cleansing products. Constituent
of 2-in-1 shampoos. Binds onto the hair's surface. Detangling aid for damp
and dry hair, gives it a natural sheen, boosts curls and protects and conditions
damaged ends.
QUERCUS Extract of oak bark. Contains tannins, triterpenes, sterins, inositol derivatives
and carbohydrates. Has astringent properties.
RESORCINOL Yellow coupler; In oxidative hair colouring, colourless dye precursors are
mixed with hydrogen peroxide to form the colouring agent proper within the
hair. The dye precursors are subdivided into two chemical classes, the developers
and the couplers. The above substance is a coupler producing yellow colourants.
RETINOL Vitamin A. Oil-soluble vitamin, combats excessive dryness and flakiness and
pigmenting of the skin, increases the mitotic activity of the epidermal tissues,
thereby causing the skin to thicken. Is used in cosmetics especially for dry,
sensitive and flaky skin.
RETINYL PALMITATE Vitamin A palmitate.
RHUS SUCCEDANEA Japan Wax. Vegetable wax obtained from sumac berries. Besides triglycerides
of palmitic, oleic and stearic acid it contains about 6% of a dibasic acid,
known as Japanese acid. Used in cosmetic products as a waxy component,
skin protective agent and consistency regulator.
RICCINUS COMMUNIS Castor oil. Vegetable oil used as an oily component in decorative cosmetics,
especially lipsticks.
RICINOLEIC ACID Colourless liquid, insoluble in water but miscible with alcohol and various
oils. Used in some decorative cosmetics.
ROSA CANINA Vegetable oil obtained from rose-hip, consisting of triglycerides of polyunsaturated
fatty acids (essential fatty acids or vitamin F). Used for a long time in South
America as a household remedy for skin disorders such as dry skin.
ROSA CENTIFOLIA Rose water occurs in the production of rose oil from rose petals contains
small quantities of ethereal oils of the rose, e.g. citronellol, geraniol, nerol,
linalool and phenylethyl alcohol. Fragrant component in lotions and face toners.
ROSMARINUS OFFICINALIS Rosemary extract. Contains glycolic acid, saponin, tannins, ethereal oils.
ROYAL JELLY Substance secreted by honey-bee workers and fed to queen, contains various
amino acids, vitamins and proteins, has a stimulating and invigourating action.
RUSCUS ACULEATUS Root extract of an evergreen plant native to the Mediterranean region.
Contains ruscogenin, sapogenins, resins and ethereal oils, and has
antiphlogistic properties.
SALICYLIC ACID Salicylic acid has antiseptic, antiphlogistic and antipruritic properties,
keratolytic in concentrations over 5%. Constituent of fruit acid complexes
in so-called AHA creams. Preservative, active ingredient in hair tonics,
peroxide Stabilisers for fixatives.
SODIUM LAURETH-8 SULFATE Mild surfactant used in combination with other surfactants in mild shampoos
and shower products.
SODIUM LAURYL SULFATE Anionic detergent based on coconut oil with stronger cleansing action than
sodium laureth sulfate. Used especially in the USA as a detergent in body
cleansing products, whereby so-called reMoisturisers are added to
improve compatibility.
SODIUM LAUROYL LACTYLATE Emulsifier.
SODIUM PERBORATE Powder which, when mixed with water, liberates active oxygen.
SODIUM PHOSPHATE Buffering substance. Keeps the pH value of fixatives constant, Stabilises
hydrogen peroxide.
SODIUM SALICYLATE Sodium salt of salicylic acid. Preservative (see also Salicylic Acid).
SODIUM SILICATE pH adjuster.
SODIUM STEARATE Soap. This anionic surfactant has been known for centuries; today it is used
for improving the wetting properties of cosmetic products on the hair. It
ensures that cosmetic ingredients are transported to exactly the site where
they develop their action.
SODIUM SULFATE Salt used to adjust the viscosity of emulsions and surfactant systems.
 SODIUM SULFITE Reducing agent. Stabiliser for colours.
SORBIC ACID Hexadianoic acid. Preservative for food, pharmaceutical and cosmetic products.
SORBITAN LAURATE Nonionic emulsifier with high dermatological and mucosal compatibility.
SORBITAN OLEATE Non-ionic emulsifier, very well tolerated by the skin and mucous membranes.
SORBITAN PALMITATE Nonionic emulsifier with high dermatological and mucosal compatibility.
SORBITAN STEARATE Nonionic emulsifier with high dermatological and mucosal compatibility.
SORBITOL A hexahydric alcohol (sorbite) made from glucose. Sorbite solutions taste
sweet, are odourless, intoxic and very hygroscopic. Used chiefly as a
moistening agent in emulsions.
SQUALANE Branched, saturated hydrocarbon obtained by hydration of squalene (see
Squalene). Used as an oily component in body care products.
SQUALENE Unsaturated, branched-chain hydrocarbon, a major component of shark-liver
oil, but also found in vegetable oils and in sebum. Owing to its train oil smell
and instability only the hydrated form squalane is used in cosmetics.
STEARALKONIUM HECTORITE Organically modified hectorite (swelling clay). Used as a stabiliser in W/O
emulsions and decorative cosmetics.
STEARETH-2 Nonionic emulsifer.
STEARETH-21 Nonionic emulsifier for liquid emulsions.
STEARETH-5 STEARATE Wax-like substance, emulsion stabiliser and consistency regulator for liquid
emulsions.
STEARIC ACID Contained in most vegetable and animal fats, forms emulsifying soaps with
alkalis, and very insoluble soaps with alkaline earth. Used in conjunction with
alkalis and amines as an O/W emulsifier. Pure stearic acid is used as a
consistency regulator in O/W emulsions.
STEARYL ALCOHOL Saturated C 18-fat alcohol. Base and consistency medium for emulsions and
intensive conditioners.
STEARYL BETAINE Amphoteric detergent having a betaine structure. Improves the dermatological
and mucosal compatibility and lathering properties of anionic surfactants,
used in shampoos and shower products as a co-surfactant with ether sulfates.
STEARYL HEPTANOATE Wax-like fatty compound, mixture of alkyl-branched fatty acid ester. Adjusted
uropygial gland oil of waterfowl with excellent spreading property, improves
the water vapor permeability and increases the fluidity of emulsions.
STEARTRIMONIUM CHLORIDE Cationic surfactant, emulsifier with antimicrobial activity, used as a versatile
additive in cosmetic products. On account of its substantivity to keratin it is
used in hair care products to improve texture, aid detangling and reduce static.
STEARYL STEAROYL STEARATE Nonionic emulsifier.
STYRENE/PVP COPOLYMER Anionic styrene/PVP copolymeric emulsion. Opacifier for perm lotions and fixatives.
SUCROSE DISTEARATE Nonionic emulsifier.
SUCROSE STEARATE Nonionic emulsifier.
SULFUR A natural, non-metallic element. Possesses anti-seborrheoic properties and
prevents excessive sebum.
SWERTIA CHIRATA Plant extract used in Japan's natural medicine to promote the skin circulation.
Bound swertiamarin increases the temperature of the skin and promotes the
circulation in the capillary blood vessels. Used to treat the scalp, e.g. as an
additive in hair tonics.
SYNTHETIC BEESWAX Yellowish, synthetic wax with characteristic values adjusted to those of
beeswax.
SYNTHETIC WAX Polyethylene wax. Stabiliser and consistency regulator in creams and
decorative cosmetics.
TALC Magnesium silicate. Very fine, white powder with a greasy feel. Main
constituent of antiseptic, medical and toilet powder.
THEOBROMA CACAO Cocoa butter occurs in the production of cocoa and consists of triglycerides
of saturated and unsaturated fatty acids, especially palmitic, stearic, oleic and
linoleic acid. Oily component in skin care products.
THIOLACTIC ACID Reducing agent. Breaks down the sulfur links of cystine (keratin) so that the
hair can be brought into a good shape. Thiolactic acid is chiefly used as a co-reducer
in perm lotions in the neutral range.
TITANIUM DIOXIDE Pure white pigment powder used as additive in powders, make-up, liquid
emulsions and skin creams. Also used in micronized (pulverized) and coated
form as an effective UVA and UVB filter or reflector in sunscreen products.
TOCOPHEROL Vitamin E. Oil-soluble vitamin that is very common in vegetable oils. Very
effective antioxidant and radical scavenger.
TOCOPHEROL ACETATE Vitamin E acetate. Ester prepared from tocopherol and acetic acid.
Use as tocopherol.
TOCOPHEROL NICOTINATE Nicotinic acid ester of vitamin E. Boosts the blood circulation and the micro
circulation of the skin.
TOLUENE Organic solvent in nail polishes and nail polish removers.
TOLUENE-2,5-DIAMINE SULFATE Brown developer; In oxidative hair colouring, colourless dye precursors are
mixed with hydrogen peroxide to form the colouring agent proper within the
hair. The dye precursors are subdivided into two chemical classes, the developers
and the couplers. The above substance is a developer producing brown colourants.
TRICETEARETH-4-PHOSPHATE Phosphoric acid ester. Anionactive emulsifier well tolerated by the skin,
which is particularly suitable for manufacturing o/w emulsions, especially for
body lotions.
TRICLOSAN Is effective against most bacteria occurring on the skin and is therefore
contained in deodorants.
TRIDECETH-6 Fat alcohol alkoxylate, nonionic surfactant.
TRIETHANOLAMINE Organic base which does not irritate or corrode the skin. Neutralizing agent
for stearic or oleic acid, resulting in soaps that make good emulsifiers.
TRIETHYL CITRATE Antioxidant for cosmetic products. Softener for brittle film-forming agents.
TRILAURETH PHOSPHATE Phosphoric ester, anionic emulsifiers used for making O/W emulsions,
especially body lotions.
TRILAURETH-4-PHOSPHATE Phosphoric ester, anionic emulsifiers used for making O/W emulsions,
especially body lotions.
TRILAURIN Triglyceride - a mixture of coconut-oil fatty acids. White, wax-like base for
O/W and W/O emulsions.
TRISTEARIN Glycerine tristearate. Oily component and viscosity regulator in creams and
decorative cosmetics.
TRIISOPROPANOLAMINE Neutralizing agent (see 2-AMINO-BUTANOL)
TRITICUM VULGARE Wheatgerm oil. Obtained by pressing the kernels and is rich in vitamin A, E
and F and lecithin. Oily component used in skin care products for dry skin
Moisturising substance in perm lotions.
TROPAEOLUM MAJUS Extract of Indian cress containing e.g. ethereal oils with antibiotic properties.
TUSSILAGO FARFARA Extract of coltsfoot flowers. The substances contained in coltsfoot have anti-inflammatory
properties.
UNDECETH-3 Non-ionic surfactant. It is used for instance for building consistency in liquid
hair colours which are required to have a gel-like consistency during application.
UNDECYLENOYL PEG-5 PARABEN Preservative with broad range of action.
 UREA A natural product of metabolism, constituent of the NMF (see PCA) of the
skin. In high concentrations has keratolytic properties. Used as a humectant
in cosmetic products and as a carrier in perm lotions. Makes it easy for the
lotion to penetrate so that good curling results are achieved at low pH values.
UREA PEROXIDE Powder that, when mixed with water, liberates active oxygen.
URTICA DIOICA Extract of stinging nettle, a very common herb found throughout Europe.
Contains active ingredients such as formic acid, histamine, vitamin C.
Stimulates the blood circulation.
VA/CROTONATES Synthetic resin used as a film-forming agent in hair care products and in
decorative cosmetics, e. g. mascara.
VA/CROTONATES COPOLYMER Anionic film-forming agent. Hard, rather brittle polymer with a strong setting
effect forms a clear shiny film which is very moisture-resistant and has good
curl retention properties.
VA/CROTONATES/ See VA/CROTONATES COPOLYMER
VINYLNEODECANOATE COPOLYMER
VA/CROTONTES/VINYLPROPIONATE See VA/CROTONATES COPOLYMER
COPOLYMER
VALINE Amino acid with soothing and certain anti-dandruff properties. Improves the
dermatological compatibility of hair and body cleansing products.
VANILLA PLANIFOLIA The extract contains vanillin as fragrant component and has antimicrobial
activity.
VINYL CAPROLACTAM/PVP/ Cationic film-forming agent, gives hair conditioning hold and elasticity.
DIMETHYLAMINOCTYL METHYACRY
WHEAT GERM AMIDOPROPYL BETAINEAmphoteric surfactant with a betaine structure. Used as a
foaming agent in fixatives.
XANTHAN GUM Xanthan gum is produced biotechnologically from carbohydrates.
Polysaccharide used as a food thickening agent and in pharmaceutical and
cosmetic products.
YEAST EXTRACT Propylene glycol yeast extract. Contains amino acids, vitamins - especially B
vitamins - and trace elements. Used in cosmetic products to treat skin blemishes.
ZEA MAYS Cornstarch starch made from corn and used as a filler and auxiliary agent in
syndets.
ZINC OXIDE White powder (zinc white) which has drying, astringent and anti-inflammatory
properties. Used in baby care products, especially creams, ointments and
powders. Used in micronized form in sunscreens as a UVA reflector.
ZINC STEARATE White powder with mildly antiseptic properties. Used as a stabiliser in W/O
emulsions.
ZIZIPHUS SPINA CHRISTI Sedre is native to Iran and Iraq. Its heart-shaped leaves are dried and finely
ground, and used in plant hair colourants for achieving sandy shades.
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Se edellinen ei mennytkään oikeaan paikkaan, tämän pitäisi mennä

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Löysin tällaisen sivun surffailessani lisätietoja Hydantoin DMDM:stä:

http://personal.inet.fi/business/empowerment/aloitus/haitaineet.htm


Kopioin tänne yleisimmin hiustuotteissa käytettävät aineet:

Alpha Hydroxy Acids: Käytetään yleisesti ns. ryppyvoiteissa. Niiden on todettu ohentavan ihoa. Tutkimuksen alla ovat AHA:ta sisältävien tuotteiden herkkyys auringolle ja syövän yhteys.

Ammonium Hydroxide Compounds: Ammonakki koostumukset ovat hyvin yleisesti käytetty kosmetiikassa. Ne ovat hyvin myrkyllisiä ja pitkäaikaisessa käytössä ne saattavat aiheuttaa vakavia hengitysoireita.

Benzzophenone, Benzene, Benzylphenyl, Kenone: Käytetään hyvin yleisesti aurinkovoiteissa, shampoissa, puhdistustuotteissa ja parfyymeissa. Ärsyttää silmiä, ihoa ja hengitystä. Vaarallinen hengitettynä ja ihoon imeytettynä.

Diethanolammine (DEA): Käytetään kosmetiikassa tasapainottamaan PH-arvoa. Käytetään myös hyvin rasvaisissa
sekoituksissa. Pitkäaikainen käyttö tekee siitä hyvin toksisen. Aiheuttaa ärsytystä iholle, silmille ja saattaa olla yhteyttä syövän kehittymiseen.

DMDM Hydantoin: Käytetään monissa kosmeettisissa tuotteissa ja pidetään hyvin vaarallisena. Epäillään olevan syöpää aiheuttavan.

EDTA: Ethylenedinitrillo - Edetuc Arid:
Kemiallinen aines, jota käytetään pehmentämään vettä. On hyvin myrkyllinen ja saattaa aiheuttaa allergisia reaktioita. Maailman terveysjärjestä luokittelee tämän aineen teratogeeniseksi (epämuodostumia aiheuttava).

Imidazolidinyt Urea & Diazolidinyl Urea: Nämä ovat Parabeenien jälkeen yleisimpiä käytettyjä säilöntäaineita kosmetiikassa. Amerikan Dermatologian yliopiston mukaan ne aiheuttavat ihottumaa. N ämä kemikaalit ovat toksisia.

Isopropyl Alcohol - Propyl Alcohol - Propanol:
Petrokemian tuottamia kemiallisia aineita. Käytetään kasvovoiteissa. Häiritsevät hermostoa. Aiheuttavat silmien ärsytystä. Hengittämällä näitä aineita aiheuttavat pahoinvointi päänsärkyä, ja jopa tajuttomuutta. Samoin herkistävät ihoa, maksaa, munuaisia, sydäntä ja hermostoa. Hyvin myrkyllisiä. Saattaa olla epämuodostumia (teratogeeninen) aiheuttava.

Mineral oil: Mineraali öljy. Tätä ainetta käytetään kosteuttavissa voiteissa kasvoille, huulille, silmille, käsille ja vartalolle. Myös värivoiteissa ja hiusten hoitotuotteissa käytetään hyvin yleisesti. Mineraali öljy peittää ihon hyvin ohuella kalvolla. Iho ei voi hengittää kunnolla eikä päästää läpi haitallisia aiheita ulos kehosta. Iho ei voi kosteuttaa itseään eikä tuottaa uusia terveitä soluja. Hyvin yleiset ihoreaktiot ovat mustapäät, näppylät, ihon kuivuminen, herkistyminen auringon valolle (maksaläiskät) kuten myös ihon ennenaikainen vanheneminen. Aiheuttaa myös sydän- ja allergisia häiriöitä, immuunihäiriöitä ja masennusta. Myös maksa ja munuaisongelmia sekä hengityshäiriöitä.

Methyl - Propyl, Butyl Parabn - Ethyl Paraben:
Parabeenit. Käytetään kosmetiikassa säilöntäaineena ja pidentämään tuotteen ikää. On hyvin yleinen, vaikka pidetään hyvin toksisena. Näistä ainesosista tulee paljon ilmoituksia allergioista ja ihon sairauksista. Brunelin yliopisto on todistanut, että iho voi imeä näitä ainesosia. Pidetään naishormonina. Heikentää sperman laatua, aiheuttaa kivessyöpää ja häiriöitä suvun lisääntymisessä miehillä. Myös naisilla aiheuttaa rintasyöpää.

PropyleneGlycol: On kemikaali, joka kosteuttaa. On halpa ja helppo tuottaa. Aiheuttaa allergisia ja toksisia reaktioita iholle, koska se "varastaa" kostetutta ihon syvimmistä kerroksista kosteuttaakseen ihon pintakerrosta. Tätä kemikaalia käytettään pakkasnesteissä autoille ja autojen jarrunesteissä. Sen raportoidaan aiheuttavan maksa- ja munuaishäiriötä.

PUP/VA Copolymer PUP/VA: Petrokemian tuote, jota käytetään hiuslakoissa ja geeleissä ja muissa kosmeettisissa tuotteissa. Pidetään toksisena, koska ainetta on jäljitetty ihmisillä, joilla on keuhko-ongelmia.


Quaternium - Poly -Quaternium: On ammoniakki tuote, jota käytetään kosmetiikassa säilöntäaineena. Aiheuttaa silmien ärsytystä, hiusten lähtöä, ihon hilseilyä ja vakavia allergisia reaktioita. On toksinen.

Sodium C 14 - 16 Olefin Sulfonate: Käytetään shampoissa ja muussa kosmetiikassa kosteuttajana. Ovat petrokemian tuotteita ja hyvin toksisia.

Stearalkonium Chloride: Kemikaali, jota käytetään hiustenhoitoaineissa ja kasvovoiteissa. On alun perin kehitetty vaateteollisuudelle. On hyvin halpaa verrattuna kasviuuteperäisiin ainesosiin, jotka todella hoitavat hiuksia ja ihoa. On toksinen.

Sodium Hydroxide: Käytetään puutereissa, saippuoissa, kiinnittävissä hiusten hoitotuotteissa, partavaahdoissa, kosteusvoiteissa jne. Imee nopeasti vettä ja käytetään puhdistamaan viemäreitä. Amerikassa aine on kielletty, jos viemärinpuhdistajassa kyseistä ainetta on enemmän kuin 10 %. Aiheuttaa ihottumaa ja nieltäessä oksennusta , voimattomuutta ja äkillistä heikentymistä. Hengitettynä aiheuttaa vakavia keuhkovaurioita.

Sodium Lauryl Sulphate: Voi olla synteettisesti valmistettua (petrokemian tuote) tai kasvipohjainen (kookospähkinästä) riippuen valmistavan yhtiön filosofiasta. Käytetään shampoissa ja muissa kosmeettisissa tuotteissa. Aiheuttaa silmä-ärsytystä, hilsettä ja allergisia reaktioita.

Triethanolamine (TEA): Käytetään kosmetiikassa PH-tasapainottajana ja voiteiden pohjana. Tämä ainesosa aiheuttaa allergisia reaktioita, silmäongelmia, hiusten ja kasvojen kuivumista. Pitkä aikaisessa käytössä toksinen.


P.S. En sitten tiedä, kuinka vakavasti pitäisi yllämainittuja varoituksia ottaa. Luultavasti näitä ainesosia pitäisi käyttää valtavia määriä, ennen kuin vaarallisimmat ennusteet alkavat käymään toteen. Omista kokemuksista voin sanoa, että Hydantoin DMDM on saanut päänahkani kutisemaan muutamiksi kuukausiksi aivan järkyttävästi ja lisäksi olen sen jälkeen ollut herkkä silikoneille.

Hiukset: 1c M iii, n. 55 cm. L'Anza <3

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« Vastaus #7 : 11.01.07 - klo:14:19 »
Kosmetiikassa käytetään paljon kasviuutteita ja -öljyjä. Niitä ei kuitenkaan kovin kattavasti löydä INCI-listoilta, joten päätin tehdä omin päin yksinomaan näistä koostuvan listan. Aineet ovat listassa sellaisina kuin ne INCI:ssa esiintyvät.  Pääosin käytetään latinankielisiä nimiä, mutta tästä on myös poikkeuksia. Mukana on myös muutamia ei-kasvikuntaan kuuluvia aineita, kuten hunaja. Virheitä saattaa löytyä, huomautathan niistä!

Toivottavasti tästä on hyötyä ja apua monelle!


agaave = Agave rigida
aloe vera = Aloe barbadensis (tämä on yleisin, kaikki aloe-alkuiset)
aprikoosi = Prunus armeniaca
appelsiini = Citrus dulcis, Citrus sinensis
argan = Argania spinosa
arnikki = Arnica montana
auringonhattu = Echinacea purpurea
auringonkukka = Helianthus annuus
avokado = Persea gratissima
bambu = Bambusoidea
bergamotti = Citrus bergamina
eukalyptus = Eucalyptus globulua
ginseng = Panax ginseng
greippi = Citrus paradisi
guar-kasvi = Cyamopsis tetragonaalba
guava = Psidium guavana
helokki = Oenothera biennis
henna = Lawsonia inhermis
hevoskastanja = Aesculus hippocastanum
humala = Humulus lupulus
hunaja = Mel
inkivääri = Aniba rosaeodora, Zingiber officinalis
jasmiini = Jasminum officinalis
jojoba = Buxus chinensis, Simmondsia chinensis
kaakao = Theobroma cacao
kahvi = Coffea arabica
kamomilla = Chamomilla recutita
kamomillasaunio = Anthemis nobilis
karpalo = Vaccinium oxycoccus
kataja = Juniperus communis
kehäkukka = Calendula officinalis
keltakatkero = Gentiena lutea
kiivi = Actinidia chinensis
koivu = Betula alba
kookos = cocos nucifera
krassi = Tropaeolum majus
kurkku = Cucumis sativus
lakritsi = Glycyrrhiza glabra
latva-artisokka = Cynara scolymus
laventeli = Lavandula angustifolia
leskenlehti = Tussilago farfara
levä = Algae
lime = Citrus aurantifolia
maapähkinä = Arachis hypogaea
maissi = Zea mays
malva = Malva sylvestris
mandariini = Citrus reticulata, Citrus nobilis
mango = Mangifera indica
manteli = Prunus dulcis, Prunus amygdalus dulcis
merilevä = Fucus vesiculosus
Meadowfoam-kukka = Limnanthes alba
mehiläiskuningatargeeli = Royal Jelly
mehiläisvaha = Cera alba
muratti = Hedera helix
mustaherukka = Ribes nigrum
mustikka = Vaccinium myrtillus
mäkikuisma = Hypericum perforatum
mänty = Pinus
neidonhiuspuu = Gingko biloba
nokkonen = Urtica dioica
omena = Pyrus malus
orjantappura? (Googlen mukaan puu, josta Jeesuksen piikkikruunu on yehty)= Ziziphus spina christi
papaija = Carica papaya
peltokorte = Equisetum arvense
persikka = Prunus persica
piparminttu = Mentha piperita
pomelo = Citrus grandis
porkkana = Daucus carota
puolukka = Vaccinium vitis-idaea
purasruoho eli kurkkuyrtti = Borago officinalis
riisi = Oryza sativa
risiini = Ricinus communis
rosmariini = Rosmarinus officinalis
ruskus-pensas = Ruscus aculeatus
ruusu = Rosa
-neidonruusu = Rosa alba
-koiranruusu = Rosa canina
-kartanoruusu = Rosa centifolia
ruusunmarja = Rosa rugosa
saflori = Carthamus tinctorius
sahapalmu = Serenoa serrulata
saksanpähkinä = Juglans regia
salvia = Salvia sclarea
seesami = Cesamum indicum
senna = Cassia auriculata
siankärsämö = Achille
sinimailanen = Medicago sativa
sitruunamelissa = Melissa officinalis
soija = Glycine soya
taikapähkinä = Hamamelis virginiana
tammi = Quercus
(vihreä) tee, kamelia = Camellia oleiferaa millefolium
teepuu = Melaleuca alternifolia
terva = Pyroleum pini
tyrni = Hippophaë rhamnoides
tiikeriruoho = Centella asiatica
vadelma = Rubus idaeus
vanilja = Vanilla planifolia
vahapuu, lakkapuu = Rhus succedanea
vehnänalkio = Triticum vulgare
viherminttu = Mentha viridis
viinirypäle = Vitis vinifera
voipähkinä eli shea tai karite = Butyrosperum parkii

Ja sama topisinpäin:

Achillea millefolium = siankärsämö
Actinidia chinensis = kiivi
Aesculus hippocastanum = hevoskastanja
Agave rigida = agaave
Algae = levä
Aloe barbadensis (tämä on yleisin, kaikki aloe-alkuiset) = aloe vera
Aniba rosaeodora, Zingiber officinalis = inkivääri
Anthemis nobilis = kamomillasaunio
Arachis hypogaea = maapähkinä
Argania spinosa = argan
Arnica montana = arnikki
Bambusoidea = bambu
Betula alba = koivu
Borago officinalis = purasruoho eli kurkkuyrtti
Butyrosperum parkii = voipähkinä eli shea tai karite
Buxus chinensis, Simmondsia chinensis = jojoba
Cassia auriculata = senna
Calendula officinalis = kehäkukka
Camellia oleifera = (vihreä) tee, kamelia
Carica papaya = papaija
Carthamus tinctorius = saflori
Centella asiatica = tiikeriruoho
Cera alba = mehiläisvaha
Cesamum indicum = seesami
Chamomilla recutita = kamomilla
Citrus aurantifolia = lime
Citrus bergamina = bergamotti
Citrus dulcis, Citrus sinensis = appelsiini
Citrus grandis = pomelo
Citrus paradisi = greippi
Citrus reticulata, Citrus nobilis = mandariini
Cocos nucifera = kookos
Coffea arabica = kahvi
Cucumis sativus = kurkku
Cyamopsis tetragonaalba = guar-kasvi
Cynara scolymus = latva-artisokka
Daucus carota = porkkana
Echinacea purpurea = auringonhattu
Equisetum arvense = peltokorte
Eucalyptus globulua = eukalyptus
Fucus vesiculosus = merilevä
Gentiena lutea = keltakatkero
Glycine soya = soija
Glycyrrhiza glabra = lakritsi
Hamamelis virginiana = taikapähkinä
Hedera helix = muratti
Helianthus annuus = auringonkukka
Hippophaë rhamnoides = tyrni
Humulus lupulus = humala
Hypericum perforatum = mäkikuisma
Jasminum officinalis = jasmiini
Juglans regia = saksanpähkinä
Juniperus communis = kataja
Lavandula angustifolia = laventeli
Lawsonia inhermis = henna
Limnanthes alba = Meadowfoam-kukka
Malva sylvestris = malva
Mangifera indica = mango
Medicago sativa = sinimailanen
Mel = hunaja
Melaleuca alternifolia = teepuu
Melissa officinalis = sitruunamelissa
Mentha piperita = piparminttu
Mentha viridis = viherminttu
Oenothera biennis = helokki
Oryza sativa = riisi
Gingko biloba = neidonhiuspuu
Panax ginseng = ginseng
Persea gratissima = avokado
Pinus = mänty
Prunus armeniaca = aprikoosi
Prunus dulcis, Prunus amygdalus dulcis = manteli
Prunus persica = persikka
Pyrus malus = omena
Psidium guavana = guava
Pyroleum pini = terva
Quercus = tammi
Rhus succedanea = vahapuu, lakkapuu
Ribes nigrum = mustaherukka
Ricinus communis = risiini
Rosa = ruusu
-Rosa alba = neidonruusu
-Rosa canina = koiranruusu
-Rosa centifolia = kartanoruusu
Rosmarinus officinalis = rosmariini
Royal Jelly = mehiläiskuningatargeeli
Rubus idaeus = vadelma
Ruscus aculeatus = ruskus-pensas
Salvia sclarea = salvia
Serenoa serrulata = sahapalmu
Theobroma cacao = kaakao
Triticum vulgare = vehnänalkio
Tropaeolum majus = krassi
Tussilago farfara = leslenlehti
Urtica dioica = nokkonen
Vanilla planifolia = vanilja
Zea mays = maissi
Ziziphus spina christi = orjantappura? (Googlen mukaan puu, josta Jeesuksen piikkikruunu on tehty)
Vaccinium myrtillus = mustikka
Vaccinium oxycoccus = karpalo
Vaccinium vitis-idaea = puolukka
Vitis vinifera = viinirypäle












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« Vastaus #8 : 21.03.07 - klo:10:07 »
Eksyin Sunsilkin sivujen kautta tänne. En ota kantaa oikeellisuuteen mutta ihan mielenkiintoista luettavaa  :D

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« Vastaus #9 : 16.04.07 - klo:14:58 »
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« Vastaus #10 : 12.08.07 - klo:22:51 »
Voisikohan tänne FAQ-osioon koota jonkun yleispätevän ohjeistuksen incien lukemiseen. Vaikka ihan muutaman kohdan listan että mitä hyvässä muotoilutuotteen incissä on ja mitä huonossa muotoilutuotteen incissä on tjmsp.
Noita ainesosien selityksiä on kyllä varsinkin englanniksi saatavissa, mutta sellainen hieman lyhennelty incien lukemisohje olisi mielestäni silti kätevä.


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« Vastaus #11 : 13.08.07 - klo:12:18 »
^ Hyvä idea. Maallikotkin tajuais.. Mut tossa voi tulla hankalaks se, et eri ihmiset haluaa hiuksilleen eri vaikutuksia. Toiset ihmiset haluaa karheille hiuksilleen silikoneja, toiset missään nimessä ei. Sit jotkut tykkää öljyistä, jotkut lasimaisten hiusten omistajat taas ei välttis niitä arvosta..
Vuosikausien hiusten hennauksien ja kasvatuksen jälkeen takaisin omaa vaaleaa sävyä kasvattamassa...

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« Vastaus #12 : 14.08.07 - klo:08:21 »
^Hiustenhoitopuolella (vai oliko hämpässä) on sellainen ketju kuin INCI-suosikit ja -inhokit. Sieltä nyt ainakin löytyy aineita, joita juurekset incissä suosivat ja päin vastoin karttavat. Osa löytyy myös perusteluineen, joten siitä voipi saada itselleenkin vinkkiä, vaikkei ihan kaikki nimet olisikaan hallussa!

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Hiukset keskiruskeat, luonnontaipuisat, 2b/cMii, tarkempaa esittelyä ja kuvia täällä.

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« Vastaus #13 : 15.09.07 - klo:10:22 »
Visusti talletettu ote jota ei enää netistä löydy mutta josta on vainoharhaisille kovasti hyötyä, tämän paikka on käsittääkseni täällä.

Lähde: https://www.kosmetiikka-allergia.fi/jasenyys.aspx

Yleisimmät allergiaa aiheuttaneet aineet kosmetiikkatuoteneuvonnan asiakkailla v. 1988 - 2004.

Aine (tuotepakkauksissa käytettävä INCI-nimi), tehtävä tuotteessa 1988 - 2004 % asiakkaista (N=5108)
 
Formaldehydi ja sen vapauttajat, säilöntäaineita
- Formaldehydi (Formaldehyde) 29 %
- Quaternium-15 (Quaternium-15) 9 %
- Bentsyylihemiformaali (Benzylhemiformal) 7 %
- Imidatsolidinyyliurea (Imidazolinidyl Urea) 5 %
- Diatsolidinyyliurea (Diazolinidyl Urea) 4 %
- Bronopoli (2-Bromo-2-Nitro-1,3-Propanediol) 2 %
- DMDM hydantoiini (DMDM Hydantoin) 1 %
- Metenamiini (Methenamine) 0,6 %
Formaldehydille tai sen vapauttajille allergisia yhteensä 35 %

Hajusteet ja perunpalsami (Parfum tai Aroma ja Myroxylon pereirae), hajusteita  35 %

Metyylikloori-/metyyli-isotiatsolinoni eli Kathon CG, (Methylchloroisothiazolinone (and) Methylisothiazolinone), säilöntäaine  20 %

Luonnonhartsi (Colophonium), kalvonmuodostaja 15 %

Parafenyleenidiamiini (p-Phenylenediamine), hiusväri 9 %

Metyylidibromoglutaronitriili (Methyldibromo Glutaronitrile), säilöntäaine 8 %

Tiomersaali (Thimerosal ), säilöntäaine, harvoin kosmetiikassa 7 %

Lanoliini, villa-alkoholit (Lanolin tai yhdisteissä Lanolate), antistaatti/pehmittävä aine/ liuotin 7 %

Propyleeniglykoli (Propylene Glycol), kosteuttava aine/ liuotin 5 %

Kokamidopropyylibetaiini (Cocamidopropyl Betaine), pinta-aktiivinen aine 5 %

Klooriheksidiini (Chlorhexidine), säilöntäaine 4 %

Parabeeniseos (Butylparaben, Ethylparaben, Methylparaben, Propylparaben), säilöntäaineita 4 %

Setostearoli (Cetearyl Alcohol), pehmittävä/ emulgoiva/ viskositeetinsäätöaine/ stabilisaattori  4 %

Mykerökukkaisseos (Tanacetum vulgare, Arnica montana, Chrysanthemum parthenium, Chamomilla recutita, Anthemis nobilis ja Achillea millefolium), kasviperäisiä aineita 3 %

Tolueenisulfonamidi/formaldehydihartsi (Tosylamide/Formaldehyde Resin), kalvonmuodostaja kynsilakoissa 3 %
Sorbitaaniseskvioleaatti (Sorbitan Sesquioleate), emulgoiva aine3 %

Bentsalkoniumkloridi (Benzalkonium Chloride), säilöntäaine 3 %

Puuterva (Pinus ja Pix), kasviperäinen aine 2 %

Mehiläiskitti ja mehiläisvaha (Propolis ja Cera alba), biologinen lisäaine ja pehmittävä /emulgoiva aine/ kalvonmuodostaja. Allergia yleensä propolisallergiaa 2 %

Yhteensä 5 108 asiakasta, joilla 11 643 allergista reaktiota. Allergisia reaktioita keskimäärin 2.3 / potilas. Allergiaa aiheuttaneita kemikaaleja yhteensä 135.

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Helsingin Allergia- ja Astmayhdistys
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Vs: INCI-linkit (tarkista mitä tuotteesi on syönyt)
« Vastaus #14 : 19.11.08 - klo:11:33 »
Täältä löytyi aika hyvät selitykset kosmetiikassa käytettäviä haitallisia aineita. Selitykset suomeksi, joten huonosti lontootakin taitavat ymmärtävät. :)

http://www.ruusunnuppu.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=51&Itemid=59

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