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Coconut Derived Emollients Industry Will Reflect Significant Growth Prospects During 2016-24

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Emollients are compounds that help to improve skin appearance. It assists the skin’s ability to retain moisture and promote
quicker recovery of skin damage. Emollients utilize fats and lipids which establishes a protective barrier on the skin surface,
hence smoothening the outer layer of skin. Emollients are very important in the treatment of skin conditions like eczema and
psoriasis. Emollients helps to reduce skin evaporation, ultimately results increasing skin hydration.
Emollients are applied directly to manage dry or scaly skin conditions, and they are also used in almost all skin care products.
There are different varieties of emollients used for specific skin conditions and types. An emollient is a humectant, occlude and
lubricant. A humectant enhances the surface to increase skin’s capacity to hold water. Occlusion provides an oily layer on skin’s
surface, to slow down water loss. A lubricant reduces the friction to avoid skin damage from any rubs or scratch. Apart from
coconut, emollients are also derived from other nature sources like shea butter, cocoa, canola, mango, grape seed, sesame
seed, jojoba oil, illipe, olive oil etc.
Coconut Derived Emollients Market: Segmentation
Coconut derived emollients hold potential shares in cosmetic industry because of its natural and non-allergic characteristics.
Emollients are classified on the basis of their...


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