E-Leen® Green C

E-Leen® Green C (formerly called Minasolve Green C) is a multifunctional blend, designed for the microbial protection of cosmetics and for the moisturizing and conditioning of the skin.

E-Leen® Green C consists of 100 % nature-derived components, produced from renewable resources. Its major ingredient, bio-sourced Pentylene Glycol, is sustainably made from corn cob and sugar cane bagasse. The blend is COSMOS-approved and suitable for eco-certified cosmetics.

E-Leen® Green C shows a broad spectrum anti-microbial activity and helps to protect all kinds of cosmetic products against microbial degradation. This blend is free of listed preservatives, and is especially effective against bacteria and yeasts. It contains a humectant and a co-emulsifying emollient with re-fatting properties.

E-Leen® Green C is mild to the skin thanks to its non-ionic nature, which also ensures a good efficacy up to pH 7.

E-Leen® Green C exhibits a long lasting skin moisturizing effect, and it contributes to a pleasant, non-sticky and non-greasy skin feel.

  • INCI

    Pentylene Glycol (and) Glyceryl Caprylate / Caprate

  • Recommended use level

    1.0 > 3.0%

  • Form/Odour

    Clear, colorless liquid / Odourless or faint

  • pH range

    4.0 > 7.0

  • Formulation guidelines

    Dispersible in water. Suitable for cold and hot processes.

  • Origin

    Derived-natural
    Natural origin index: 1

  • Regulatory status (approved)

    Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, China, Japan, Korea

  • Applications
    Hair Care

    Hair Care

    Make up

    Make up

    Natural

    Natural

    Sensitive Skin

    Sensitive Skin

    Skin Care Leave-on

    Skin Care Leave-on

    Toiletries Rinse-off

    Toiletries Rinse-off

  • N° CAS

    [5343-92-0];
    [85536-07-8, alternate CAS Reg. numbers: 91744-32-0/85409-09-2]

  • Certificates
    Ecocert Cosmos
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  • Properties

    Antimicrobial ; Moisturizer ; Emollient ; Re-fatting Agent

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