PEG-10 sunflower glycerides
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PEG-10 sunflower glycerides are the polyethylene glycol derivative of the mono- and diglycerides derived from sunflower seed oil with an average of 10 moles of ethylene oxide. PEG-10 sunflower glycerides are commonly used in cosmetic formulations.
PEG-10 sunflower glycerides are a pale yellow liquid that has a "slightly fatty" odor.
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