SustOleo™ BG

Brassica Glycerides

Brassica-Derived Co-Emulsifying System

SustOleo™ BG is a non-palm, 100% natural nonionic co-emulsifier and structuring agent that delivers unique texture and sensorial experience.

  • Stabilize emulsions
  • Texturizer, co-emulsifier, and viscosity builder
  • Soft texture and easy pick-up
  • Alternative to palm derived co-emulsifiers
  • Versatile for emulsions and anhydrous systems
  • Creates soft yet firm lamellar structures
  • Translucent appearance in formulation
  • Easy spreading
  • Smooth, non-waxy rub-in

Suitable for all applications

Standards & Certifications

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100% Natural
100% USDA certified biobased content
Natural Origin Index: 1.0
COSMOS Approved
NATRUE Approved
NSF/ANSI 305 Approved
Clean Beauty Preferred
Non-palm Derived
China IECIC Listed
Halal Certified
Vegan & Cruelty-free
Kosher Compliant

How to Use

Recommended Use Level:

  • up to 100%
  • 2 - 5% for emulsion to use as a co-emulsifier
  • 2 - 50% in stick

Use Instruction: Add to oil phase and heat to 75°C

Primary Feedstocks

  • Brassica
  • Coconut

For more information about the origin and processing of this ingredient, please request a Technical & Regulatory Dossier.

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