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Is palmitoyl hydrolyzedanimal protein vegan?

Palmitoyl hydrolyzedanimal protein is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is palmitoyl hydrolyzedanimal protein?

Palmitoyl hydrolyzed animal protein is a compound commonly used in skincare and hair care products. It is derived from animal protein, which is hydrolyzed, or broken down into smaller components, to increase its effectiveness. Palmitoyl hydrolyzed animal protein is rich in amino acids, particularly cysteine, which is essential for maintaining healthy skin and hair. It is known for its moisturizing and conditioning properties, making it a popular ingredient in products designed to repair and strengthen damaged hair or to nourish and hydrate the skin.

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