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Is myristamide dea vegan?

Myristamide dea 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 myristamide dea?

Myristamide DEA is a waxy, white or yellowish substance derived from the fatty acid, myristic acid. It is commonly used in personal care products and cosmetics as a surfactant, emulsifying agent, and thickener. Myristamide DEA also has mild cleansing properties, making it ideal for use in shampoos, soaps, and body washes. It can help to improve the texture and viscosity of these products, while also providing a smooth and creamy feel. As a non-ionic surfactant, myristamide DEA is compatible with a wide range of ingredients and is considered safe for use in personal care products at low concentrations.

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