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Is decyl polyglucose vegan?

Decyl polyglucose is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is decyl polyglucose?

Decyl polyglucose is a mild, plant-derived surfactant that's commonly found in personal care and cleaning products due to its gentle cleansing properties. It's made from coconut or palm kernel oil and corn or potato starch, making it an excellent natural alternative to traditional synthetic surfactants. Decyl polyglucose is also biodegradable and non-toxic, making it an eco-friendly choice for those looking for sustainable ingredients. Its mildness makes it suitable for even the most sensitive skin types and can be used in formulations of shampoos, body washes, facial cleansers, and more.

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