Cotton has been a fundamental natural resource since the origin of various civilizations and is one of the most important plant species for mankind. Although cotton was first grown for its vegetable fiber, the use of its seed, root and sap is reported in the ancient Arabic and Persian books. Mayas also had many medicinal uses for the cotton plant. As example, crushed flowers or leaves were used for skin disease. It's content in proteins, vitamin B and sugars confers soothing, anti-irritant and moisturising virtues in line with its soft and fluffy image for cocooning concepts.
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|Form at 25°C||Liquid|
|Preservative||Potassium Sorbate, Sorbic Acid|
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