Daikon Seed Extract
CAS No. 84775-94-0
Daikon Seed Extract is a very light-colored and odorless emollient oil obtained from daikon radish seeds. Long grown in Oregon to supply Asian countries with radish seeds for sprouts and vegetables, this new and exceptional emollient oil has been developed from these seeds especially for the cosmetic industry. Composed of an atypical mixture of C18, C20, and C22 fatty acids, Daikon Seed Extract offers a new chemistry to formulators. With a sensory profile more closely aligned with silicones and emollient esters, it promises a natural alternative to these ingredients for adding slip, good absorption and a non-oily feel to skin and hair care products.
Daikon Seed Extract can also be used in the formulation of cosmetics certified according to the Ecocert, COSMOS and NPA standards.Daikon Seed Extract contains 0.3% of Rosamox, a rosemary-based antioxidant.
- Odorless and extremely light colored
- Unique non-greasy sensory profile
- Outperforms some synthetics in hair applications
- Approved for used in certified organic products
- Beard oils
- Body and facial moisturizers
- Facial oils and oil cleansers
- Hand and cuticle card
- Skin and hair serums
- Hair styling products
INCI: Raphanus Sativus (Radish) Seed Extract
Shipping Info: HS# 1516.20.0000
This oil is sold by weight, not volume.
California Prop 65 Statement: The following statement is made in order to comply with the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. This product is not known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Recommended Usage Rate: 1 - 100%
Appearance: Clear, light golden, odorless oil
Solubility: Oil soluble
Method of Extraction: Expeller-pressed
Method of Processing: Refined
Required HLB: 6.5 - 7
SAP Value NaOH: 0.120 KOH: 0.166
Country of Origin: USA
Storage: Sealed containers should be stored at 10° - 25°C (50° - 77°F). Containers can be resealed and stored in the same temperature range for up to six months. Open containers should be blanketed with nitrogen or other inert gas. If this is not possible, containers should be stored under refrigeration.