To help those looking for the best makeup for sensitive skin, Omiana has released a free tip sheet to cut through the clutter and get to the most important aspects of the different forms of vitamin E used in cosmetics. The full list of tips can be found on the company’s website, https://www.omiana.com/blogs/omiana-naturally-beautiful/tocopheryl-acetate-or-vitamin-e.
Some of the most effective tips include:
The Different Forms of Vitamin E – Find out more about tocopheryl acetate and why naturally occurring vitamin E can be unstable in cosmetic formulations.
When Not to Choose Vitamin E – Naturally occurring vitamin E can be unstable in cosmetic formulations.
A Quick Assurance – Ingredient safety
Tocopheryl acetate s a specific type of vitamin E, in a class of organic chemical compounds known as tocopherols. For natural makeup, where specific pH levels are crucial for keeping your formulas safe and less likely to become contaminated, tocopheryl acetate (that does not contain hydroquinone) works wonders for natural preservation due to its incredible stability.
When asked about the reasons behind the tip sheet, Miche Klammer, Managing Director of Omiana said,
“At Omiana, we know how essential it is to offer our customers not only ingredient options, but also full ingredient disclosure so they can choose the right product for their skin. We may include tocopheryl acetate in some of our products if it makes sense for the stability of our formulas. Alternatively, Omiana offers a wide range of ethically-sourced makeup that does not contain tocopheryl acetate. Simply use the filter and selection tools on Omaian’s website to filter out products that contain tocopherol acetate.”
The tip sheet is available for free and those looking for makeup for sensitive skin are encouraged to share the tips with others who find the information useful. Any questions can be answered by going to the company website, https://www.omiana.com, and filling out the contact form there.
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