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Corn Starch
Corn Starch

Corn Starch , or corn flour, is the starch of the corn (maize) grain. It is also grown from the endosperm, or white heart, of the corn kernel. It has a distinctive appearance and feel when mixed raw with water or milk, giving easily to gentle pressure but resisting sudden pressure. The corn is steeped for 30 to 48 hours, which ferments it a little. The germ is separated from the endosperm and the two components are ground separately (still soaked). Next the starch is removed from each by washing. It is separated from the gluten and other substances, mostly in hydrocyclones and centrifuges, and dried. Finally, the starch may be modified for specific purposes.

Cosmetic Uses: Commonly used to lighten the oil component of products, similar to Arrowroot Powder. Used as well as a thickening agent in lotions and creams.

Whey Protein Powder - Sweet
Whey Protein Powder - Sweet

Whey Protein Powder is the name for a collection of globular proteins that can be isolated from whey, a by-product of cheese manufactured from cow's milk.

Whey Protein Powder is a lactose-free or reduced lactose protein containing a variety of nutrients and essential amino acids. Whey comprises four major protein fractions and six minor protein fractions. The major protein fractions in whey are beta-lactoglobulin, alpha-lactalbumin, bovine serum albumin and immunoglobulins.

Cosmetic Uses: Whey Protein Powder in is a great addition to skin care products.

Brown Rice Flour
Brown Rice Flour

Brown rice flour is flour that has been ground from unhulled rice kernels, also known as brown rice. This flour is naturally gluten free.

Unhulled grains of any rice varietal are harvested and threshed to remove the inedible outer husk, and then allowed to dry so that they can be handled in the mill. Like other whole grain flours, brown rice flour can go rancid very quickly, because of the natural fats and oils in the grain.

Cosmetic Uses: Combine Brown Rice Flour with other ingredients such as milk powder, powdered herbs, honey powder, ground nut meals and clays. Brown Rice Flour looks beautiful when added to clear or tinted soaps.

Rice Flour
Rice Flour

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Rice Flour (Oryza sativa), also known as rice powder, is a form of flour made from finely milled rice. It is distinct from rice starch, which is usually produced by steeping rice in lye. Rice flour may be made from either white rice or brown rice. To make the flour, the husk of rice or paddy is removed and raw rice is obtained, which is then ground to flour.

Cosmetic Uses: Combine Rice Flour with other ingredients such as milk powder, powdered herbs, honey powder, ground nut meals and clays.

Coconut Flour
Coconut Flour

Coconut flour is made from ground coconut meat and has the highest fiber content of any flour.

This flour is naturally gluten free.

Cosmetic Uses: Combine Coconut Flour with other ingredients such as milk powder, powdered herbs, honey powder, ground nut meals and clays. Coconut Flour looks beautiful when added to clear or tinted soaps.

   
 
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