TOCOPHEROL

D-ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL; DL-A -TOCOP HEROL; DL-ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL; MIXED TOCOPHEROLS; NATURAL VITAMIN E; TOCOPHERYL; VITAMIN E; VITAMIN E OIL; (+-) -ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL; DL-ALPHA-TOCOPHEROL; EPHANYL

Descrizione

I tocoferoli sono una classe di composti chimici presenti in natura, legati alla vitamina E.

Utilizzo

Antiossidante; Fragranza; Agente di condizionamento per la pelle; Agente cutaneo - occlusivo; Condizionamento della pelle

Effetti indesiderati

Sconosciuti

Fonti

CIR

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