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Maria
11/16/2016
Optiphen ND

It works well with the lotion I made but I'm a bit concern if use optiphen nd to my lotion does it protect from bacteria als, I read that optiphen nd protects from mold,yeast and fungus.Do I need to combine optiphen and optiphenND to make sure my lotion is well protected from all those yucky microbes etc.?Please help.


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Jenia
8/16/2016
which do I Need For Conditioner

Well I put excellent because I didn't want to knock something before trying it! just have a very hard ? I've read that optiphen is just good for bacteria but not yeast and mold. I've read that Optiphen ND is good for mold and fungi but not bacteria! So, my ? is do I have to buy both to put into my hair conditioner??! You don't offer Optiphen Plus which says covers all which means Broad Spectrum. Will yall help me? Thanks!


Lesa
2/21/2016
Great in lab colors... What about sugar scrubs?

I bought this to use in lab colors, which I'm having a blast with. Very easy to use and no issues whatsoever. I know this is for water based products, but I'm wondering if I could use it in a very basic sugar scrub,. If so, I'm thinking if my scrub is 200 grams, I'd add 2 teams of Optiphen ND? Thanks!


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Connie
8/21/2015
Great Product

I have had no problems using this in my lotions. It is clear, runny and easy to pour and I haven't noticed any scent. I love it! :)


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Marcie
8/3/2015
No problems

I switched from Liquid Germall Plus for several reasons but one being it was too sticky to measure such a small amount in my test lotions. The Optiphen ND is much better to work with. It's more runny than the Germall making it easier to measure and scoop out. I'll be sending our next batch of lotion using this preservative to the lab, which will be the true test. I did not find a smell to be bothersome. If there is one, it is ever so light and with fragrance and oils, not to be noticed.

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