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What is Albumen?

Probably an ingredient to avoid if you’re allergic or even slightly allergic to eggs. This ingredient is found in egg white, and can leave a film over skin. It can constrict skin temporarily, which can make it look smoother until you wash it off, but it can also cause irritation and is not helpful for skin.

What is Albumen used for?

This ingredient is used as a:

  • Film Former
  • Hair Conditioning Agent
  • Skin-Conditioning Agent
Albumen vs Albumin

Albumen is the white of an egg. It contains albumin proteinsAlbumin is a class of several hundred proteins that are soluble in water.

It’s not the same thing as bovine serum albumin (BSA) which is used to make the skin feel firmer. See serum proteins.

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