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AMTicide Coconut


Additional Information
AMTicide Coconut is a preservative created by fermenting Coconut fruit. Produces a preservative with conditioning properties. Effective at preventing the growth of yeast and mold. Must use with broad spectrum antimicrobials to provide extra protection. Compliments are Leucidal Liquid or Leucidal Liquid SF.

Interesting Facts:
Paraben Free. Formaldehyde Free.
Manufacturing Temperatures: No Higher than 158ºF
Formula pH: Best Between pH 3 and pH 8

Country Of Origin: United States

Directions & Ingredients
International Nomenclature of Cosmetic Ingredients (INCI):
Lactobacillus (and) Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract

Common Name Ingredient Listing (FDA Approved):
Lactobacillus, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract

Recommended use level: 2% - 4%.

Formula pH between 3 and 8
Water Soluble
Shake well before use
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Posted By: Magdalene   |   November 02, 2022

"can this be used in emulsified body butters? if so do i need to add the Leucidal Liquid or Leucidal Liquid SF. what are the percentages and when would i add it? thank you "

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Posted By: Apryl   |   May 09, 2022

"Can this product be used with Phenoxyethanol + CG and Leucidal Liquid SF Max in a lotion formulation? "

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Posted By: Lindsey   |   October 07, 2021

"Hello! I know this is a water soluble preservative and is best used when mixed with another natural preservative. But what is a good natural preservative for oil based products like sugar and salt scrubs? I know most people store these types of items in the shower where they can and will get water in them. So what is something that can be put in them to help prolong the life of the scrub so it won't go rancid or start to grow mold or fungus? Thanks!"

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Posted By: BB   |   July 11, 2021

"Good Evening, I am looking to use this along with Leucidal in facial toners and a facial hydrospray comprised of hydrosols, extracts, glycerin and apple cider vinegar. Is this safe to be used in misting products? I’ve looked at the data sheets for both products and I am not confident of the answer, I would greatly appreciate you confirming or rebuking its safety for that use. Thank You!"

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Posted By: cody   |   June 20, 2021

"Can you use this product for a emulsifying sugar scrub?"

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Posted By: Destiny   |   June 15, 2021

"Should I use this preservative during Phase A or Phase C of making a shampoo product?"

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Posted By: Shandreca   |   May 08, 2021

"Should this preservative be added along with Leucidal liquid at the cooling stage of making shampoo?"

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Posted By: Shandreca   |   April 06, 2021

"When the AMTicide Coconut and Leucidal is added to homemade conditioner, will it prevent the growth of bacteria and mold since the conditioner have rose water or regular water in it?"

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Posted By: Shandreca   |   March 25, 2021

"Can this be added to homemade hair oils and balms?"

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Posted By: Emily   |   March 08, 2021

"Is this food safe for say, a homemade toothpaste?"

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Posted By: Amanda   |   February 23, 2021

"Hi can I add this in the suspension liquid soap? If not what can I add and if yes how much"

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Posted By: Zhine   |   February 18, 2021

"Hi there can I use this as a preservative for coconut milk shampoo"

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Posted By: Penny   |   February 18, 2021

"I don’t really understand how this works? Is it recommended for bath bombs?"

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Posted By: EM   |   June 08, 2020

"is this preservative natural and can it be added to lotions? "

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Posted By: Crystal   |   October 01, 2019

"I see an ingredient that appears milk derived. Is this vegan?"

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Posted By: Crystal   |   September 09, 2019

"I'm looking for a natural preservative to add to my body scrubs. It doesn't sound like this is appropriate. Please advise. "

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Posted By: Sarah   |   August 06, 2019

"When using this with Leucidal Liquid, should they each be 2%-4% of the total of ALL ingredients in the recipe? or 2%-4% of the total of water ingredients in the recipe (aloe vera gel)? Also, would you recommend Leucidal Liquid or Leucidal Liquid SF for use with this in an aloe vera based clay face mask? Thanks"

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Posted By: judyann   |   June 29, 2019

"What are the suggested products to be used in?"

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Posted By: Yvette   |   June 14, 2019

"I see that this product is listed as naturally derived. Is it also all natural?"

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Karen • Michigan

Date Submitted:  12/21/2021

I Recommend This Product!
COMMENTS:  I have been using this for years for my homemade hydrosols. It works great at preventing mildew and mold. Pay attention to the proper percentage and you will be fine.
PRODUCT USED IN:   Room & Linen Sprays
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