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L-ascorbic acid. Vitamin C. Pure min.... L-ascorbic acid. Vitamin C. Pure

L-ascorbic acid. Vitamin C. PureL-ascorbic acid or Vitamin C plays an important role in the functioning of living organisms. Species: clean Name: L-ascorbic acidSynonyms: Natural L-ascorbic acid. Vitamin C. Ascorbic acidGenre: CleanPurity: Pure min. 99.5%CAS No .: 50-81-7EC number: 200-066-2Chemical formula: C6H8O6 Remarks: Chemical reagent for professional use.

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Magnesium chloride. Clear. Chlorek... Magnesium chloride pharmaceutical. Pure

Pure pharmaceutical magnesium chloride Magnesium chloride hexahydrate. Species: clean Name: Magnesium chloride Synonyms: magnesium chloride hexahydrate Genre: Clean Purity: Pure 99.5% Chemical formula: MgCl2 x 6H2O Magnesium bath We add 1 to 2 glasses of magnesium chloride to the bathtub with warm water, dissolve it and soak the body for about 30 minutes. When bathing, do not use soaps, gels, shampoos and other cosmetics Depending on how sensitive your skin is, during or after treatment, you may feel a slight burning sensation (pinching). It is a completely natural effect and quickly disappears. After the chloro-magnesium treatment, you can rinse with clean water. How to use magnesium oli? Magnesium oil is an ecological and completely harmless deodorant. An effective mineral deodorant That is how cheap and effectively remove the unpleasant smell of sweat. Just a few gips under the armpit. The effective antibacterial effect of magnesium will stop the growth of bacteria responsible for the unpleasant odor of sweat, keep the area fresh all day and prevent the growth of bacteria. Magnesium oil does not clog the sweat glands, through which the body cleans itself of toxins. It must not be used on freshly shaved armpits. Magnesium oil used in 1: 1 proportions is of course a more effective deodorant than the one made in 1: 2 proportions. A lot depends on the sensitivity of the skin, the tendency to sweat and the intensity of the smell of sweat. Magnesium oil can be used as a deodorant for feet and shoes. This will prevent the growth of bacteria responsible for the unpleasant smell. The deodorant from magnesium olives leaves no marks on the clothes and is odorless. Shake the contents of the container before each use.

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Sodium bicarbonate. Baking soda.... Baking soda. Sodium bicarbonate. Pure without anti-caking agent

Baking soda. Sodium bicarbonate. Species: pure without anti-caking agent. Specification Name: Sodium bicarbonate Synonyms: baking soda, sodium bicarbonate Genre: Clean Purity: Pure 99.5% Chemical formula: NaHCO3 Application: • production of sparkling balls (1 part citric acid / 2 parts sodium bicarbonate), • 1% - 4% solution - production of tonics and masks for problematic and seborrhoeic skin, • pH regulation of cosmetic products, • soothing soothing skin irritations, rashes or bites, • removing blackheads and lightening the skin, • reducing heartburn, • for insect bites and itching of the skin, • powder for absorbing odors, • scouring and cleaning powder, • descaler for the kettle, • freshener for carpets and carpets, • odor absorption from the refrigerator, rubbish bins, cabinets, • removing permanent stains from washing, • cleaning jewelery, • cleaning prostheses and other objects inserted in the mouth, • body scrub.

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Sodium ascorbate. Clean min 99.5%.... Sodium ascorbate. Vitamin C. Pure

Sodium ascorbate. Vitamin C. Pure Sodium ascorbate - it is an organic chemical compound belonging to the ascorbate group - a salt of ascorbic acid and sodium. It is obtained by glucose fermentation and oxidation. It is used, for example, as an antioxidant. Species: clean It has a taste similar to salt, but slightly less salty and is well soluble in water. It occurs in the form of a crystalline or grainy white powder. Sodium ascorbate is an organic chemical compound, ascorbic acid and sodium salt. It is obtained in the process of glucose fermentation by bacteria and then oxidation. Sodium ascorbate has excellent antioxidant properties and is a chemical reagent. 1 g of pure sodium ascorbate contains approximately 889 mg of vitamin C and approximately 111 mg of sodium. It is less acidic than ascorbic acid. Sodium ascorbate in the natural environment is commonly found in vegetables and fruits. Specification Name: Sodium ascorbate Synonyms: ascorbic acid and sodium salt. Sodium ascorbate, buffered Genre: Clean Cleanliness: Pure minimum 99.5% Chemical formula: C6H7NaO6

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Magnesium sulfate. Earczan mpsom salt.... Magnesium sulfate pharmaceutical. Pure

Pure pharmaceutical pharmaceutical sulphate Magnesium sulphate is an inorganic chemical compound - a salt of sulfuric acid and magnesium. It is also known as Epsom salt (bitter salt, English salt, Epoonian salt, Epsomit, Epsom salt) - this name came from the town of Epsom in central England, where this compound was obtained by evaporation of mineral water. Appearance this substance resembles ordinary table salt (sodium chloride), however, has a bitter taste (hence the name bitter salt), has no odor and has a pH neutral for the skin. Species: pure food Specification Name: Magnesium sulphate heptahydrate Synonyms: Magnesium sulphate, Epsom salt, English salt, bitter salt Genre: Clean Purity: Pure 99.9% Chemical formula: MgSo4 x 7H2O Examples of applications: • a relaxing bath - pour 1-2 cups of magnesium sulphate into hot water. Magnesium is a natural antiperspirant, has a calming effect and supplements the deficiency of this element in the body. Sulfur contained in Epsom salt soothes skin changes, exfoliates bouts, soothes sunburns, and also has anti-inflammatory, anti-seborrhoea, anti-dandruff and anti-bacterial properties, • washing softening salt - approximately 1/3 cup of magnesium sulphate should be used for one wash; you can add a few drops of aroma or aroma in the form of an oil, • preparation for sunburn - dissolve two tablespoons in a glass of water and apply to the skin, • preparation for mosquito bites - dissolve two tablespoons of Epsom salt in a glass of water, soak the swab and put a wrap on bitten places, • a relaxant - baths with the addition of Epsom salts help with weakness; add two cups of magnesium sulphate to the hot water tub, • facial and body peeling - antibacterial, anti-seborrhoea and anti-acne. This effect is ensured by sulfur. In order to prepare the body scrub, mix half a glass of salt with a small amount of your favorite flavored olive. To make a face scrub, just a teaspoon of salt mixed with face gel, any cream or oil, and then massage. You can also prepare a mask with Epsom salt - mix a teaspoon of salt with honey, apply to face, massage and leave for about 20 minutes, then rinse with water, • hair conditioner - provides antibacterial, anti-seborrhoea and anti-dandruff effects. To prepare it, mix a tablespoon of Epsom salt and a tablespoon of hair balm, apply to damp hair, leave for 20-25 minutes, then rinse. • measure for aching feet - pour a few tablespoons of Epsom salt into a bowl of warm water and soak the feet in it. It is an effective treatment for swelling, sprains and sprains. Soaking your feet in brine so prepared is effective in combating mycoses and unpleasant feet odor. Legs should be soaked every day for 15-20 minutes, and in the case of fungal infections it should be used several times a day. This solution will also be useful when softening the heel skin, • cleaning agent - ideal for cleaning basins, tiles in the kitchen and bathroom, grouts, etc. To prepare it, mix in equal proportions magnesium sulfate with dishwashing liquid and create a paste. Magnesium sulphate in the garden: • as a fertilizer - effective for foliar fertilization with magnesium by spraying, • as a repellent for insects - for spraying garden and balcony plants, • as a conditioner for plants - fertilizes the soil; excellent for conifers and lawns, as well as in the form of fertilizer for garden and potted flowers and vegetables. Use a 1 tablespoon of Epsom salt per 2 L of water. It prevents browning of lawns and conifers, • as a repellent on snails - salt should be poured in the area of ​​presence or threatened by the appearance of snails (works similarly to boraks on ants).

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DMSO. Dimethyl sulfoxide. DMSO.... DMSO. Dimethyl sulfoxide

DMSO dimethyl sulfoxide Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO, dimethyl sulfoxide), (CH3) 2SO is an organic chemical compound that belongs to the group of sulfoxides. It is used as a chemical reagent and solvent. DMSO is most commonly used in the form of a liquid aqueous solution with a concentration of 70-90% - usually externally, or in gels of various concentrations. Species: clean Specification Name: Dimethylsulfoxide Synonyms: DMSO, dimethyl sulfoxide, dimethyl sulfoxide, methylsulfoxide, methylsulfinylmethane, Genre: Clean Cleanliness: Clean min. 99.9% Chemical formula: (CH3) 2SO

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Glycerine. Gliceryna 1kg Vegetable glycerin. Pure pharmaceutical min 99,5%

Pure pharmaceutical vegetable glycerol 99.5% min Species: pure pharmaceutical Specification Name: Vegetarian glycerin Synonyms: Glycerol, Latin Glycerolum, propanetriol Species: Pure pharmaceutical Cleanliness: Clean min. 99.5% Ph Eur./USP Chemical formula: C3H8O3 Information for e-smokers High purity glycerine, which is ideal for creating liquids for e-cigarettes - so-called nicotine base. It is well-miscible with propylene glycol, nicotine and water. It has no smell or aftertaste, it is clear, colorless and 100% safe. Application Glycerin is a good solvent for fats and other lipids, so it is used for the production of creams, lipsticks and other cosmetics. It is an important raw material for the synthesis of many chemical compounds, including some types of soaps. In addition to the ability to homogenize the ingredients of cosmetic products, it also has moisturizing properties. Glycerin is also used for the production of explosives (in the esterification process, glycerol triazotate is formed) and in tanning (it dries the skin due to its hygroscopic properties). In the pharmaceutical, food and leather industries, glycerine is used in the production of dyes, brake and cooling fluids. It has also found use as an addition to molasses when smoking shisha (water pipe), in the process of sweetening liqueurs and as a component of liquids for filling e-cigarettes. Glycerin is perfect for feeding animals.

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