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An emulsifier is a surface-active agent that facilitates the mixing of two or more liquid substances that would separate into its component parts under normal conditions. Soap, for example, can act as an emulsifier.

An emulsifier is a substance that has two ends--one oil-attracting end (hydrophobic) and one water-attracting (hydrophilic) end. An emulsifier makes it possible for oil and water to stay mixed together. When mixed in a container with both water and oil, the emulsifier binds the oil to one of its ends and the water to the opposite end.

Emulsifiers can be synthetic or naturally sourced from plants.

Emulsifiers also assist with prolonging the shelf life of a product by keeping the oil and water components combined.
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