INGREDIENT

Guar Gum

Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba

Thickening
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Products with this ingredient

Providing thickening properties, guar gum helps to harden liquid product formulas and improve their stability.

Description

Description

The guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) is a legume cultivated for centuries in Pakistan and India. Even if the plant can be used for food, guars are mainly cultivated to produce guar gum.

The plant can grow to three meters and produce pink-ish flowers and green pods, also called cluster beans, which are filled with seeds. Inside these seeds, the endosperm – a protective nutritious tissue around the embryo of the seeds, is extracted and ground into a powder. This powder, called guar gum, is a water-soluble polysaccharide increasing viscosity in liquids.

Guar Gum can also be transformed into cationic guar gum to have anti-static properties in hair care products. It will be then classified as a synthetic compound.

Guar Gum can be found in these products
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Products with this ingredient
Guar Gum can be found in these products
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Solid Conditioner
To make you feel like a mermaid
£6.75
50g
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The solid form of the Tender Is The Night shower gel in the shape of a bottle
Naked Shower Cream
Try a little tenderness
£14.50
Each
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The solid form of the Antiope shower gel in the shape of a bottle
Naked Shower Gel
Strength and beauty
£9.75
Each
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The solid form of the Here Comes The Sun naked shower cream in the shape of a bottle
Naked Shower Cream
And I say it's alright
£9.75
Each