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Water[20] (Aqua[20]) (Eau), Ascophyllum[23] Nodosum (algae[23]) Extract, Stearic Acid[14], Cetearyl Alcohol[11], Cetyl Alcohol[11], Butylene Glycol[10], Glyceryl Stearate[4], PEG-100 Stearate[7], Glycerin[22], Citric Acid[16], Malic Acid[17], Tea Tree[19] Leaf Oil, Niacinamide[15], Rosemary[8] Leaf Oil, Ginkgo biloba Extract[2], Macrocystis Pyrifera (Kelp) Extract[1], Chamomilla Recutita[18] Flower Extract, Citrus Medica Limonum[12] (Lemon)[12] Peel Oil, Lavender[21] Oil, Eugenia Caryophyllus (Clove) Oil, Chlorophyllin[6], Copper Complex, Sodium Cetearyl Sulfate[5], Phenoxyethanol[13], Triethanolamine[9], Methylisothiazolinone[3]
Bioelements Kerafole

Ingredient Analysis
1. Macrocystis Pyrifera (Kelp) Extract. Macrocystis Pyrifera (Kelp) Extract is used in skincare and cosmetics as a/an ingredient.
2. Ginkgo biloba Extract. antioxidant with some anti-bacterial & anti-fungal effects; can reduce inflammation; no proven effects on cellulite
3. Methylisothiazolinone. Methylisothiazolinone is used in skincare and cosmetics as a/an preservative ingredient.
4. glyceryl stearate SE ( Glyceryl Stearate ) self-emulsifying emollient & thickening agent, the higher up an ingredient list it is, the thicker the formula
5. Anionic Surfactants ( Sodium Cetearyl Sulfate ) Used as surfactants & emulsifiers in cleansers & can be irritating to the skin, depending on alkalinity, some are very gentle. It's important to remember though, that just because a cleanser has sulfates in it doesn't mean it'll be drying and irritating. Take note of the other ingredients in the product (like anti-irritants, emollients, moisturizers) and where on the ingredient list the sulfate surfactant is listed. Click to read more about the different kinds used in skincare.
6. copper chlorophyll ( Chlorophyllin ) a greenish colorant if towards the end of the list; also used as a deodorant & antimicrobial wound-healing agent
7. PEG-100 Stearate. a moisturizing emollient & emulsifier
8. rosemary extract ( Rosemary ) antimicrobial antioxidant with a calming effect; but its fragrant components can cause irritation if present in large amounts. If listed at the end of the ingredient list, it's likely added in a small amount.
9. Triethanolamine. Triethanolamine is used in skincare and cosmetics as a/an pH buffering, emulsifying, that masks the scent of other ingredients in a formula aka masking, cleansing surfactant ingredient.
10. Butylene Glycol. solvent; penetration enhancer; humectant moisturizer; in cleansing creams it dissolves dirt, avoids the product from drying too quickly during the removal stage & helps formulas spread better
11. fatty alcohols ( Cetearyl Alcohol,Cetyl Alcohol ) coconut-derived emollient moisturizer, emulsifies & stabilizes emulsions; thickeners; carrying agents; slightly waxy texture
12. lemon extract ( Citrus Medica Limonum,(Lemon) ) Lemon extract in skincare is a known skin sensitizer and irritant. It can have antibacterial properties but it’s incredibly irritating, as lemon juice has a pH of 2, which is very acidic and its use is linked with damage to your skin’s acid mantle. Lemon extract/juice/peel/oil does way more harm than good. Using lemon juice on your skin, or products containing lemon extract, lemon oil, lemon peel and even other citrus extracts and peel oils (like orange, mandarin, grapefruit, etc.) can cause brown discolorations and red rash looking irritation when you go out into the sun. This is a reaction known as phytophotodermatitis.
13. preservatives ( Phenoxyethanol ) Used as a preservative or enhances the efficacy of preservatives
14. Stearic Acid. emulsifier; cleaning agent; stabilizes emulsions; lipophilic thickener; texturizer. Stearic acid is naturally found in skin and is used in cleansers to reduce cleansing-induced damage, aid in moisturization, and replenish with skin-natural lipids.
15. Niacinamide. Proven healing antioxidant; stimulates collagen; some UV protection; reduces hyperpigmentation; anti-inflammatory; anti-acne; anti-rosacea
16. Citric Acid. mainly used as a cleaning agent & preservative; pH adjuster; in higher concentration it's an AHA (in peels & antiaging products)
17. Malic Acid. Malic Acid is used in skincare and cosmetics as a/an pH buffering ingredient.
18. chamomile ( Chamomilla Recutita ) anti-inflammatory,calming,soothing
19. Tea Tree. antifungal, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, potentially irritating
20. solvents ( Water,Aqua ) solvent
21. Lavender. Mainly used for aromatherapy than skincare; mild antimicrobial/anti-inflammatory effects make it useful as part of a preservative system in a product; fragrance components oxidize on skin & can cause irritation
22. Glycerin. A humectant moisturizer; usually used as a base in (light) moisturizers
23. algae ( Ascophyllum ) marine compounds are emollient antioxidants; some claim to brighten skin; some are simply skin conditioners, known to be highly comedogenic, thickeners/emulsifiers in a product

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