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Cocoglycerides

Our database includes 214 products that contain Cocoglycerides.

Explained

Cocoglycerides is made from the mono, di and triglycerides of coconut oil. It is an emollient and emulsifer.

Emollients are a type of moisturizer. They create a thin film on top of the skin. This film prevents moisture from escaping, keeping the skin hydrated.

Emulsifiers prevent ingredients from separating. Examples of this include oils and water, which naturally do not mix. Emulsifiers helps elongate the shelf life of a product. They also help the product stay consistent in texture.

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Concerns

Fungal Acne
Community Rating
Very Disliked

What it does

Emollient Having the quality of softening or soothing the skin.
Emulsifying The act of emulsion: a suspension of small globules of one liquid in a second liquid with which the first will not mix
Skin Conditioning To hydrate and soften skin

Prevalence

Less common Percentage of products that contain it
0.4%
Top categories
Moisturizers
Sunscreens
Treatments
Position Predominant list placement
Top 25%

References

CosIng Data

CosIng ID 75277
INCI Name COCOGLYCERIDES
EC #  295-412-2
All Functions Emollient, Emulsifying, Skin Conditioning