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Is rose wax vegan?

Rose wax is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rose wax?

Rose wax is a natural ingredient derived from the petals of the Damask rose. This luxurious wax has a delicate floral aroma and a soft, creamy texture that makes it a popular choice in high-end cosmetics and skincare products. It contains essential fatty acids and antioxidants that help to nourish and protect the skin, leaving it feeling soft, smooth, and hydrated. In addition to its moisturizing properties, rose wax also has a natural emulsifying effect, making it an excellent ingredient for creating stable, long-lasting formulations. Whether used in lip balms, lotions, or serums, rose wax adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to any product.

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