Definitions for "SUCROSE STEARATE"
Sucrose stearate is an exceptionally mild, emulsifier derived from sugar and coconut or palm oil. Cane sugar is a sweetening agent and food which can act as a preservative and antioxidant, and stearic acid is a natural fatty acid derived from coconut or palm oil. Sucrose Stearate is made by combining sugar with Stearic Acid. Because it is made from vegetable sources it is completely biodegradable.
Derived from sugar and vegetable oil, works as an emulsifier.
plant-derived Sucrose stearate is formed from sugar and stearic acid. It is not as strong an emulsifer as sucrose distearate, but it is used in some of our lighter moisturisers to help mix the ingredients together.