What is dextrose derived from?

Answer Dextrose, also known as D-glucose, is derived from such crops as maize, rice, wheat and potato through enzymatic hydrolysis, a process which converts cellulose and starch to glucose using enzymes. ... Read More »

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How is mink oil derived?

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 »

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 »

Where is glycerin derived from?

Glycerin is derived either from natural fats and oils--such as those in coconuts--or from petroleum. It is widely used as an ingredient in personal items, such as food products, cosmetics, pharmace... 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 »