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Title: Applications of Lanolin
Authors: Yarmolitska, Olena
Oseyko, Nikolai
Okopna, Yana
Keywords: lanolin
wool wax
lanolin derivatives
вовняний віск
похідні ланоліну
кафедра технології жирів, хімічних технологій харчових добавок та косметичних засобів
кафедра іноземних мов професійного спрямування
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Yarmolitska, O. Applications of Lanolin / O. Yarmolitska, N. Oseyko, Y. Okopna // Youth scientific achievements to the 21st century nutrition problem solution : 84 International scientific conference of young scientist and students, April 23-24, 2018. - Part 4. – Kyiv : NUFT, 2018. – Р. 182.
Abstract: Lanolin also called wool wax or wool grease is a yellow waxy substance secreted by the sebaceous glands of wool-bearing animals. Lanolin and its many derivatives are extracted from wool scouring liquor and converted to a valueadded product that are generally used extensively in both the personal care (e.g. in high value cosmetics, facial cosmetics, lip products, etc.) and health care sectors. Lanolin is used commercially in many industrial products ranging from rust-proof coatings to lubricants.
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