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Hi Perry,
Thank you so much for all the information above. Wondering whether you can give me some advice re preservatives and I should state I have no issue with parabens or F-donors so it’s not a question of trying to be ‘natural’ in fact I am trying to be ‘un-natural’ because I want to inhibit bacteria, mold, fugus and various other nasties from developing in my product which they are ‘naturally’ very adapt at doing! So here is the problem, I am putting together a dry mineral make up base (wait wait – I realise minerals in and of themselves do not require preservation) but I also want to add to the mix some hydrolyzed proteins and fruit extracts…I am concerned about them becoming a food source and wondered whether there was a way to add a preservative to a ‘powdered’ product without having to change it’s nature – ie, turn it into a liquid foundation. Obviously keeping the base dry is key, but with constant dipping in and out of the base with cosmetic brushes and fingers etc. it seems unlikely that water would not eventually find it’s way in hence my concern. I also know that the easiest solution would be to avoid using the extracts but that would be my last resort and ,I think, a bit of a shame! Hopefully you may have the answer?!

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Hi Perry,
Thank you so much for all the information above. Wondering whether you can give me some advice re preservatives and I should state I have no issue with parabens or F-donors so it’s not a question of trying to be ‘natural’ in fact I am trying to be ‘un-natural’ because I want to inhibit bacteria, mold, fugus and various other nasties from developing in my product which they are ‘naturally’ very adapt at doing! So here is the problem, I am putting together a dry mineral make up base (wait wait – I realise minerals in and of themselves do not require preservation) but I also want to add to the mix some hydrolyzed proteins and fruit extracts…I am concerned about them becoming a food source and wondered whether there was a way to add a preservative to a ‘powdered’ product without having to change it’s nature – ie, turn it into a liquid foundation. Obviously keeping the base dry is key, but with constant dipping in and out of the base with cosmetic brushes and fingers etc. it seems unlikely that water would not eventually find it’s way in hence my concern. I also know that the easiest solution would be to avoid using the extracts but that would be my last resort and ,I think, a bit of a shame! Hopefully you may have the answer?!

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