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Common Name: Myrica Fruit Wax
INCI Name: Myrica Cerifera Fruit Wax
Origin: Peru (EU country of manufacture)
Saponification value: 210 - 240
Melting point: 45 - 55 °C
Yellow to off-white pellets, Myrica Fruit Wax is quite unique in that it is a naturally "hydrogenated" oil, but still solid. Very popular as a direct replacement for beeswax in vegan products. Myrica wax reduces the stickiness of creams and emulsions and reduces the "greasy effect" of products.
The berries are sustainably harvested and monitored by the UEBT (Union for Ethical Bio Trade). No chemicals are used to collect and purify Myrica fruit wax.
Wax is very unique because it has no double limits and is more of a naturally "hydrogenated" but solid oil. Thanks to its chemical structure (iodine number <2), it is very resistant to oxidation and therefore there is no risk of rancidity.
Myrica fruit wax combines a low melting point of 45°C - 55°C with a high hardness value. This combination of properties gives Myrica fruit wax very good spreadability in cosmetic products. A simple body lotion gets a silky and rich feel by adding 2% - 3% Myrica fruit wax.
Myrica Fruit Wax reduces the stickiness of emulsions and cream gels, gives hair styling products excellent adhesive properties and facilitates detangling when used in hair conditioners.
Excellent hold, styling and new modeling properties used in hair styling products.
It is used in hair care products that improve combability.
Reduces the stickiness of emulsions and lip care products
Enriches and stabilizes O/W emulsions
It combines a low-melting point substance with a relatively high hardness.
Thanks to its low melting point, it has excellent spreadability.
We are pleased to inform you that Myrica fruit wax is sustainably produced and harvested by local farmers in a process monitored by the Union for Ethical Biotrade. The harvested fruit is then exported to Germany, where the wax pellet production process takes place.
Recommendations for use
Myrica Fruit wax is widely used in hair care products, candles and massage sticks.
In hair care products, it facilitates detangling when used in combination with fatty alcohols.