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Alcohols and parabens in moisturizers include: Cetyl Alcohol, Phenoxyethanol, Propylene Glycol, Methyl-Propyl Paraben

The Good...Fatty Alcohol's: :Lauryl alcohol, Cetyl alcohol, Myristyl alcohol, Stearyl alcohol, Cetearyl alcohol and Behenyl alcohol. The Neutral... Benzyl alcohol, Propylene Glycol The Bad...Short Chain Alcohol: SD Alcohol 40, Ethanol, SD Alcohol, Propyl, Porpanol, Isopropyl.

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aqua (water), pvp/va copolymer, cyclomethicone, dimethiconol, dimethicone, ozokerite, pvp, carnauba wax, cetearyl alcohol, peg 20 stearate cetearyl alcohol, glycerol monostearate, magnesium aluminium silicate, behenyl trimonium methosulphate, cetearyl alcohol, kaolin, acetamide mea & lactamide mea, phenoxyethanol, diazolidinyl urea, methyl paraben, cocodimonium hydroxypropyl hydrolysed wheat protein, propyl paraben, citric acid, parfum.

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Details about Iso-Propyl Alcohol Lilly Co. 91% Empty Vintage medicine Bottle

Cồn IPA có tốc độ bay hơi chậm nên tăng khả năng hòa tan của sơn nitrocellulose, được dùng để thay thế cho ethannol trong vài loại sơn nhất định mà không làm thay đổi độ nhớt của sơn.

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Mermaids scale single pan eyeshadow/highlighter

Welcome to Enchanted lustre! Where all items are hand made and made to order ❤️ 26mm pan only: Mermaids scale - my personal favourite shade which can also be used as a highlighter! A duochrome soft salmon pink with a green silver reflect. Safe for use around eyes, cheeks and even a lip frosting! All ingredients in our eyeshadows are vegan (except red/rust colours), cruelty free, paraben free, talc free, highly pigmented, natural and blendable. Ingredients - Mica, propyl alcohol, coconut…

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Lilly's Ever-Aseptic Iletin Syringe Case, No. 65, about 1940. A 1947 guide for diabetics describes this kit as being made for injecting insulin, “under conditions that prevent sterilization of the syringe and needle by boiling.” The case includes: syringe kit and case, absorbent cotton, iso-propyl alcohol for sterilizing the syringe and needle, and a glass pipette.

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Lilly's Ever-Aseptic Iletin Syringe Case, No. 65, about 1930. A 1947 guide for diabetics describes this kit as being made for injecting insulin, "under conditions that prevent sterilization of the syringe and needle by boiling." The case includes: syringe kit and case, absorbent cotton, iso-propyl alcohol for sterilizing the syringe and needle, and a glass pipette.

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