Our coconut milk powder contains 50% milk fats and can be re-constituted by blending it 50:50 with water.
Coconut milk contains all the goodness of coconut in a light, fluid form. The milk can be used as part of your products water phase to give your product a richer, creamier skin feel. Coconut milk is a good way of getting a little bit of oil into your spritz and water-dominant products without having to add a solubiliser or emulsifier. Milk contains natural emulsifiers and so requires no further input.
The milk powder is processed with tapioca maltodextrin and gum acacia to keep it relatively free flowing. As with all powders, avoid storing this in humid conditions as that can affect the flowability of the powder.
Heat Tolerance: High
Fat Content: 50% (of dried powder) comprising of medium chain triglycerides.
Additional Beneficial Actives: Vitamin C, Magnesium, Calcium, Iron.
New Directions Australia Pty Ltd. does not supply food grade raw materials and therefore cannot waive GST.
Prior to use: Customers should always refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet / Specification Sheet OR the ingredients label as affixed to each product which are current at the time of supply of the product.
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