Lab Reports

Freie University Berlin’s Study of Mink Oil

FREIE UNIVERSITY BERLIN (FU BERLIN) Hautklinik und Poliklinik Im Rudolf-Virchow-Krankenhaus (FB 3, WE 15) Direktor: Prof. Dr. med. G Stüttgen Freie Universität Berlin, FB 3, WE 15, 1000 Berlin 65, Augustenburger Platz 1 Tel. 4505-1 Extn. 2348 Since June 1981, Mink Oil Pure has been routinely examined within the scope of Epicutaneous tests and compatibility tests as...

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Advantages of Mink Oil as Ingredient in Cosmetic Products

Study made in collaboration with Services of Laboratory of Chemistry and Bacteriology of City of Gent, department of Belgium Ministry of Health. ADVANTAGES OF MINK OIL AS INGREDIENT IN COSMETIC PRODUCTS SPREADABILITY Mink Oil has a spreading coefficient: on water of approx. 2 times that of IPM (Isopropyl Myristate), and 3 times that of European Sesbellot?Mink Oil of...

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Chemical Aspects of Mink Oil

Study made in collaboration with Services of Laboratory of Chemistry and Bacteriology of City of Gent, department of Belgium Ministry of Health. CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF MINK OIL [COMPOSITION] C-12:0 Dodecane acid(Lauric Acid) 0.30% C-14:0 Tetradecane acid(Myristic Acid) 3.50% C-15:0 Pentadecane acid 0.20% C-16:0 Hexadecane Acid(Palmitic Acid) 16.00% C-16:1 Hexadecane...

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Comparison Study

Study made in collaboration with Services of Laboratory of Chemistry and Bacteriology of City of Gent, department of Belgium Ministry of Health. COMPARISON STUDY BETWEEN DIFFERENT OILS ON BEHALF THEIR PENETRATION POWER INTO HUMAN SKIN For each experimented oil the scale results give the average necessary time for penetrating into the human skin and also their type...

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