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Polysorbate is an emulsifier - an agent that allows the compounds in the product to bind themselves together to make the product thicker. (Like mustard in an oil and vinegar dressing but a whole lot less natural!)

Allowed on W30 but, like so many chemical additives, are they safe? I don't think that was your question though so I'll walk away now.

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47 minutes ago, Lorna from Canada said:

Polysorbate is an emulsifier - an agent that allows the compounds in the product to bind themselves together to make the product thicker. (Like mustard in an oil and vinegar dressing but a whole lot less natural!)

Allowed on W30 but, like so many chemical additives, are they safe? I don't think that was your question though so I'll walk away now.

As @Lorna from Canada says, it's technically compliant but much better if you can find one without. 

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You can buy coconut milk that is just coconut milk.  No need for sketchy things.  For example: "Native Forest Organic Simple Coconut Milk".

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