12. Vegan and Natural Origin Alternatives to Lanolin
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Lanolin is a well-known raw material used in makeup, skin, and hair care for adhesion and moisturization. In response to the demand for vegan products, there is a need for natural and vegetable origin replacements. In this episode, Kobo hosts special guest Hironobu Tatsuzawa from NFC to present Plandool™ G and H, plant derived ester alternatives.

Plandool Flyer: http://koboproductsinc.com/Downloads/Kobo-Plandool.pdf

Lanolin allergies article: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/11453903/

Nippon Fine Chemical: https://www.nipponseika.co.jp/en/


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