FSS Milk Hydrolysate PF
Preserved with Leucidal Liquid
Milk Hydrolysate PF is composed of milk
proteins with a molecular weight of approximately 2,000 – 4,000 Da that were
hydrolyzed using proteolytic enzymes to give enhanced functional and
nutritional properties. There is increasing demand for these lower molecular
weight hydrolyzed protein ingredients in cosmetic and personal care products.
Milk Hydrolysate PF provides hydrolyzed milk
proteins that are essential for enhancing moisture and can also help to reduce
irritation caused by most surfactants. The proteins are isolated by membrane
filtration and have excellent solubility and emulsifying properties. FSS Milk
Hydrolysate PF is non-toxic and non-irritating. Milk products are also
known for their dispersion capabilities and whitening control. The hydrolyzed
proteins are stable in lower pHs and can be heated up to 70°C, so they can be
added to a variety of skin and hair care products that are designed to deliver
Hydrolyzed Milk Protein
Pale Amber Liquid
Hair and Skin Conditioning, Hydrating
Protected from direct light and humidity at a
temperature of 50°-77°F (10°-25°C)
Shelf life: 12 months, properly stored, in sealed container.
product should be added to a formulation at the recommended usage rate.
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