Science Behind the Product – FooopsÂ®
Butylene Glycol is a humectant that retains scent and preserves against spoilage.
Diglycerin is a humectant derived from Glycerin.
Â PEG-80 Sorbitan Laurate is a water-absorbing base material and natural emulsifier. The number 80 refers to a molecular type.
Â Sodium PCA is a naturally occurring component of human skin that is believed to be partially responsible for its moisture-binding capacity. It is extremely water absorbing and at high humidity, dissolves in its own water hydration. Application of this compound is as a skin humectant that increases the skinâ€™s softness.
Â Cocamidopropyl Betaine is a surfactant, cleansing ingredient and foam booster.
Â Sodium Laureth 13 is used as a wetting and cleansing agent and a water softener.
Â Citric Acid: Used as a preservative and sequestering ingredient (a preservative that prevents physical or chemical changes affecting color, flavor, texture or appearance of a product) to adjust alkali balance, and is also used as an astringent.
Â Phenoxyethanol is an oily liquid used as a bactericide and topical antiseptic.