How is mink oil derived?

Answer The mink is a small, weasel-like animal whose oil is globally used as a lubricant, waterproofing agent, leather aid to increase flexibility and in countless cosmetic products and moisturizers.Deriv... Read More »

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Is gin derived from quinine?

Quinine is a powder that can be found naturally or created synthetically. Tonic water is known for using quinine to create its unique taste. Quinine is not used in the distillation of gin. Gin is f... Read More »

What is canola oil derived from?

Canola oil, a common cooking oil, is popular with consumers due to its low content of saturated fat. Canola oil is derived from canola seeds, although the canola plant was originally created from t... Read More »

What is coq10 derived from?

A natural substance found in living cells, CoQ10, or Coenzyme Q10, is made by the body. As people age, or due to illness, a body's ability to make Coenzyme Q10 may decrease and require supplementat... Read More »

What is mineral oil derived from?

Mineral oil comes from distilling petroleum, and is a by-product of the production of gasoline. It is used in lotions, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, ointments, coolants and lubricant. Because it is p... Read More »