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Re: [IP] Action of IV Prep



Denise!

Thanks for being the one to do the research!




> Roselea,
>
> I did a Google search on the ingredients you mention that are listed as
> inactive.  I can't see that they are inactive given their chemical
> properties!
>
> BUTYL ESTER OF PVM/MA COPOLYMER -
> Copolymer which forms a glossy and non-sticky finish and exhibits good
> adhesion and moisture resistance.
> (found on a website describing hair products)
>
>
> Acetyl Tributyl Citrate is a plasticizer or carrier solvent permitted in
the
> field of food additive, food contact material as well as for polymers
> specially for cellulosics. It is also used in synthesis flavoring
substances
> and adjuvants. Acetyl Tributyl Citrate can be used as a component of
> adhesives.
>
>
>
> Triclosan ia a broad-spectrum antibacterial/ antimicrobial agent which is
> classified as a Class III drug by the FDA. It is manufactured by Ciba
> Specialty Chemical Products under their trade name Irgasan DP300.
Triclosan
> (generic) is also produced by a number of other manufactures outside of
the
> U.S. located in Switzerland, the Netherlands, China, India,
> South Korea and elsewhere. As a result of its bacteriostatic activity
against
> a wide range of both gram-negative and gran-positive bacteria it has found
> increasing and recent popular use in personal care
>     products, cosmetics, anti- microbial creams, acne treatment, lotions
and
> hand soaps. It is also used as an additive to plastics, polymers and
textile
> to give these materials "antibacterial properties".
>
> Denise Guerin
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