Animal ingredients name list!

Crescent Oaks Skin Care Tips

Thursday 3/28/2019

FYI:  Ingredients from Animals

Adrenaline:Hormone from adrenal glands of hogs, cattle, and sheep. In medicine. Alternatives: synthetics.

Alanine:(See Amino Acids.)

Albumen:In eggs, milk, muscles, blood, and many vegetable tissues and fluids. In cosmetics, albumen is usually derived from egg whites and used as a coagulating agent. May cause allergic reaction. In cakes, cookies, candies, etc. Egg whites sometimes used in “clearing” wines. Derivative: Albumin.

Albumin:(See Albumen.)

Alcloxa & Aldioxa: (See Allantoin.)

Aliphatic Alcohol:(See Lanolin and Vitamin A.)

Allantoin: Uric acid from cows, most mammals. Also in many plants (especially comfrey). In cosmetics (especially creams and lotions) and used in treatment of wounds and ulcers. Derivatives: Alcloxa, Aldioxa. Alternatives: extract of comfrey root, synthetics.

Alligator Skin:(See Leather.)

Alpha-Hydroxy Acids:Any one of several acids used as an exfoliant and in anti-wrinkle products. Lactic acid may be animal-derived (see Lactic Acid). Alternatives: glycolic acid, citric acid, and salicylic acid are plant- or fruit-derived.

Ambergris:From whale intestines. Used as a fixative in making perfumes and as a flavoring in foods and beverages. Alternatives: synthetic or vegetable fixatives.

Amerchol L101:(See Lanolin.)

Amino Acids:The building blocks of protein in all animals and plants. In cosmetics, vitamins, supplements, shampoos, etc. Alternatives: synthetics, plant sources.

Aminosuccinate Acid:(See Aspartic Acid.)

Angora:Hair from the Angora rabbit or goat. Used in clothing. Alternatives: synthetic fibers.

Animal Hair:In some blankets, mattresses, brushes, furniture, etc. Alternatives: vegetable and synthetic fibers.

Arachidonic Acid:A liquid unsaturated fatty acid that is found in liver, brain, glands, and fat of animals and humans. Generally isolated from animal liver. Used in companion animal food for nutrition and in skin creams and lotions to soothe eczema and rashes. Alternatives: synthetics, aloe vera, tea tree oil, calendula ointment.

Arachidyl Proprionate: A wax that can be from animal fat. Alternatives: peanut or vegetable oil.

Bee Pollen: Microsporic grains in seed plants gathered by bees then collected from the legs of bees. Causes allergic reactions in some people. In nutritional supplements, shampoos, toothpastes, deodorants. Alternatives: synthetics, plant amino acids, pollen collected from plants.

Hope this helps to understand some of the ingredients in your products!

Remember “ Natural Beauty NEVER goes out of Style!

Cheers!!  Deanna King       Artisan & Owner    Crescent Oaks Skin Care

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