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                        Antaron? ECo ethylcellulose

                        Chemistry: Cellulosics

                        INCI: Ethylcellulose

                        nature-derived, water-resistant film former

                        Consumers want planet-friendly sun care solutions that provide safe and easy-to-apply sun protection. Antaron™ Eco is based on sustainably-sourced, zero-deforestation, wood-derived cellulose. In addition, this ingredient is made in a water-based manufacturing process, minimizing the use of solvents. This globally-approved film former provides high water resistance at a low use level of 0.5% in most formulations.  

                        key features:

                        • derived from sustainably-sourced cellulose
                        • listed on global chemical inventories (including Australia, Canada, China)
                        • high total renewable content , 68-70% natural origin content¹
                        • excellent water resistance
                        • great formula aesthetics
                        • Halal, Kosher certified

                        applications:

                        • sun care emulsions, gels, and alcohol sprays
                        • daily moisturizer or primer
                        • foundations, bb/cc creams
                        • lipsticks and eye products

                         May 2020 Cover story 

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                        Ashland Antaron™ ECo ethylcellulose for sun care

                         

                          

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