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Is isodecyl oleate vegan?

Isodecyl oleate 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 isodecyl oleate?

Isodecyl oleate is a versatile, clear, and colorless liquid used primarily as a cosmetic ingredient due to its excellent emollient properties. It is derived from a combination of isodecyl alcohol and oleic acid, which are both natural substances found in various plants and animals. Isodecyl oleate is known for its ability to help soften and moisturize the skin while improving the spreadability of other ingredients in cosmetic formulations. It is also used in some food applications as a lubricant or emulsifier, and in industrial applications as a solvent or lubricant.

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