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Is isodecyl palmitate vegan?

Isodecyl palmitate 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 palmitate?

Isodecyl palmitate is a synthetic ingredient commonly used in skincare and cosmetic products as an emollient and lubricant. It is derived from a mixture of fatty acids and alcohol, making it an ester. Isodecyl palmitate has a silky smooth texture and is easily absorbed by the skin, leaving it feeling soft and moisturized. It is also used as a thickening agent, allowing for easier application and absorption of other ingredients. Isodecyl palmitate is generally considered safe for use in cosmetic products, but some individuals may be sensitive to it.

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