Decolourised Shellac is produced from carefully selected raw
materials by the solvent extraction system using activated
film forming properties, a high gloss and excellent adhesion
to various substrates including the human hair.
and physiologically harmless.
solution in ethanol and lower alcohols.
be dissolved in water by adding an alkali like Ammonia, Amp,
with many other resins, raw materials and additives used in
cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and food formulations.
Hair sprays (Pump sprays or aerosol sprays with propropan-butan
or DME), Hair setting lotions, Hair Shampoos, Mascara,
Eyeliners, Nail Polishes, Lipsticks, Microencapsulation by
coacervation of fragrances and perfume oils.
Coating of confections, chewing gum, candles, cakes, eggs,
Citrus fruits and apples. Printing inks for eggs and cheese.
Shellac is recommended as it conforms to the specification of
USP XXIII and DAB 9.
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