Scientific name: Cyamopsis Tetragonoloba
Family Name: Fabaceae, legume
GOOD FOR ALL SKIN TYPES
Function in Products
The guar bean or cluster bean is an annual bean grown principally in India and Pakistan, with smaller crops grown in the USA, Australia and Africa. Vegetable gums include derivatives from quince seed, karaya, acacia, tragacanth, Irish moss, guar, etc. They function as liquid emulsifiers, that is, they thicken cosmetic products and make them creamy. Guar gum exhibits strong water-binding capacity at low usage levels.
A natural powder produced from the seed of Cyamopsis tetragonolobus. Guar Gum powder is used as a binder, thickener, and volume enhancer in food preparations. This water-soluble fiber is often utilized in gluten-free recipes.
GUAR GUM IS IN:
Pangea Organics Canadian Pine with White Sage Hand Soap
Pangea Organics Italian White Sage with Geranium and Yarrow Hand Soap
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Pangea Organics Canadian Pine with White Sage Body Wash
Pangea Organics Pyrenees Lavender with Cardamom Body Wash
Pangea Organics Italian White Sage with Geranium and Yarrow Body Wash