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Evaluation of water holding property for applying a cosmetic moisturizer from oil palm trunk CNF
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Evaluation of water holding property for applying a cosmetic moisturizer from oil palm trunk CNF
Song, Woo-Yong; Shin, Soo-Jeong;
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 Abstract
Cellulose nanofibrils (CNF) was made from oil palm trunk (OPT) with soda-anthraquinone pulping, chlorine dioxide bleaching, carboxymethylation, followed by mechanical grinding. Size of this CNF was 16-40 nm of width confirmed by TEM. To evaluate CNF from OPT as cosmetics raw materials for moisturizing component, water holding properties was compared with hyaluronic acid and collagen. CNF from OPT had better water holding property than collagen or hyaluronic acid whether phenoxyethanol was added as antiseptic or without additive.
 Keywords
Oil palm trunk;carboxymethylation;cellulose nanofibrils;water-holding property;
 Language
Korean
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