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Emollients are ingredients that are commonly used in cosmetic and personal care products to moisturize and soften the skin. They work by forming a protective barrier on the surface of the skin, which helps to prevent water loss and keep the skin hydrated. Emollients can be derived from a variety of sources, including plant oils, mineral oils, and synthetic ingredients. Some common examples of emollients include:

  • Shea butter: This emollient is derived from the nuts of the shea tree and is known for its moisturizing and nourishing properties.
  • Jojoba oil: This emollient is derived from the seeds of the jojoba plant and is known for its ability to mimic the natural oils produced by the skin.
  • Mineral oil: This is a petroleum-derived emollient that is commonly used in skincare products due to its ability to lock in moisture
  • Glycerin: This is a natural emollient that is commonly used in moisturizers and other skincare products due to its ability to draw moisture to the skin.

Emollients are often used in products such as moisturizers, body lotions, lip balms, and hair conditioners to provide hydration and softness to the skin and hair.

المطريات هي مكونات شائعة الاستخدام في مستحضرات التجميل ومنتجات العناية الشخصية لترطيب وتنعيم البشرة. تعمل عن طريق تشكيل حاجز وقائي على سطح الجلد ، مما يساعد على منع فقدان الماء والحفاظ على رطوبة البشرة. يمكن اشتقاق المطريات من مجموعة متنوعة من المصادر ، بما في ذلك الزيوت النباتية والزيوت المعدنية والمكونات الاصطناعية. اليك بعض الأمثلة الشائعة للمرطبات وهي :

  • زبدة الشيا:  مشتق من جوز شجرة الشيا وهي معروفة بخصائصها المرطبة والمغذية.
  • زيت الجوجوبا: مشتق من بذور نبات الجوجوبا وهو معروف بقدرته على تقليد الزيوت الطبيعية التي ينتجها الجلد.
  • الزيوت المعدنية: هذه المطريات المشتقة من البترول التي تستخدم عادة في منتجات العناية بالبشرة نظرا لقدرتها على حبس الرطوبة.
  • الجلسرين: وهو مطري طبيعي يستخدم بشكل شائع في المرطبات ومنتجات العناية بالبشرة الأخرى نظرا لقدرته على جذب الرطوبة إلى البشرة.

غالبا ما تستخدم المطريات في منتجات مثل المرطبات ومستحضرات الجسم ومرطبات الشفاه ومكيفات الشعر لتوفير الترطيب والنعومة للبشرة والشعر.

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