Caprylyl Glycol: A Versatile Material to Boost Preservatives


In recent years, there has been a decline in the palette of options available for product preservation. Consequently, there is growing interest in preservative-boosting systems that use other combinations of antimicrobial choices, such as organic acids and aromatic alcohols.1 In many formulas, the efficacy of the core preservative has been supplemented by the addition of cosmetic ingredients with one or more specified functions and an added boosting effect on the preservative system.

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