hydrolyzed opuntia ficus-indica flower extract
hydrolysate of an extract of the flowers of opuntia ficus-indica, cactaceae derived by acid, enzyme or other method of hydrolysis
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|Category: ||cosmetic agents|
|Recommendation for hydrolyzed opuntia ficus-indica flower extract usage levels up to: |
| ||not for fragrance use.
|Recommendation for hydrolyzed opuntia ficus-indica flower extract flavor usage levels up to: |
| ||not for flavor use.
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|hydrolyzed opuntia ficus-indica flower extract|
| ||hydrolyzed opuntia ficus-indica flower extract|
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| ||hydrolysate of an extract of the flowers of opuntia ficus-indica, cactaceae derived by acid, enzyme or other method of hydrolysis|
|hydrolyzed ||opuntia ficus indica flower extract|
|hydrolyzed ||opuntia ficus-indica flower, ext.
|hydrolyzed prickly ||pear cactus flower extract|
|hydrolyzed prickly ||pear cactus flower extract (opuntia ficus-indica)|
a plant genus of the family cactaceae. species with cylindrical joints are called cholla; flat jointed ones are prickly-pear.