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What is "Seed Wax" and what is its utility?

What is "Seed Wax" and what is its utility?

Derived from the grinding of unshelled seeds, Seed Wax serves as a consistency agent, stabiliser, thickener, protector, and substantivity agent. Thanks to its numerous properties, it is used in a wide variety of skincare products. The question that arises is: what is Seed Wax and what is its purpose? Here is everything you need to know about this ingredient.

All you need to know about Seed Wax

Seed Wax is a hard crystalline wax derived from the seeds of the Helianthus Annuus sunflower. Cultivated worldwide, sunflowers have rapidly growing stems that can reach up to 3m in height. Sunflower seed wax is obtained through the refining process of sunflower oil.

The Seed Wax, or seed-derived wax, serves as a consistency component in emulsions. It exhibits a high capacity for oil retention. The wax contributes to:

  • Enhancing the unmoulding process;

  • The rigour of skincare.

Seed Wax is used to provide:

  • On stability;

  • For radiance;

  • On hardness;

  • From the unmoulding;

  • On resistance.

Furthermore, it enhances the texture of the skincare products. Indeed, it acts as a gelling agent.

Seed Wax: What is its purpose?

Seed Wax is an agent:

  • Regarding packaging;

  • Emollient;

  • Thickening agent;

  • Stabiliser: it can be used to stabilise a skincare product due to its thermal stability.

Seed Wax can be used in skincare for:

  • Enhance their stability;

  • Thickening the formulations;

  • Retaining moisture.

Thanks to its emulsifying properties, it promotes the blending of oily ingredients and water.

Furthermore, Seed Wax maintains the natural hydration of the lips. It is primarily found in treatments where wax is typically used. In addition, it improves viscosity:

  • Pigmented pastes;

  • Oil-based gels;

  • Emulsions.

Naturally derived, Seed Wax is present in most organic and natural skincare products. Moreover, it acts as a hair conditioning agent. It makes the hair soft, flexible and shiny, while providing it with lightness, volume and lustre.

Seed Wax: In which skincare products can it be found?

Thanks to its thickening, emollient and stabilising virtues, Seed Wax is incorporated into numerous treatments such as:

  • Lipsticks;

  • The mascaras;

  • Lip balms;

  • The creams;

  • The lotions;

  • The shampoos;

  • Hair conditioners;

  • Sunscreen products.

Our purifying face cream, formulated with zinc and bamboo extract, contains Seed Wax. This skincare product is packed with sebum-regulating active ingredients. In addition to purifying the skin, it helps combat skin imperfections. It is recommended to apply a small amount once a day to your clean, dry face. Simply massage gently in circular motions until the product is fully absorbed into the skin.

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