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Is germall ii (tm) vegan?

Germall ii (tm) is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is germall ii (tm)?

Germall II (TM) is a widely used cosmetic preservative that helps to prevent bacterial and fungal growth in personal care products. It is a clear liquid that is easily soluble in water and has a faint, characteristic odor. This ingredient is effective in a broad pH range and is compatible with a variety of other cosmetic ingredients. Germall II (TM) is an excellent choice for formulators who want to ensure the safety and stability of their products without compromising on quality or performance. Additionally, it is a cost-effective alternative to other preservatives, making it a popular choice for many cosmetic companies.

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