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What is Dehydroacetic Acid Used For? Health Benefits and Side Effects of Dehydroacetic Acid in Food

Dehydroacetic Acid acts as a preservative, and is an ant-acid and anti-microbial agent. It is highly effective against bacteria and fungi at low concentration. It is used in a wide variety of products including sunscreens, skin care, cosmetics, bath, fragrance, shaving, hair and nail care. It is also used as an adhesive. It is nonirritant, no photosensitizing and non-phototoxic. It prevents the growth of microorganisms rather than killing them. It contains omega-3 fatty acids essential for the health of nervous system and also has anti-inflammatory property. There are no known adverse effects of this chemical

by Margaret Walker on Mon, 03/07/2011 - 21:58

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