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Brylcreem Wax Controlled Strong Hold

To find out more about the ingredients used in the product and its function simply click on ingredient name. Due to limited space on pack, we also disclose a longer list of fragrance ingredients. For recently launched products or where the formulation has changed, this detailed fragrance information might not be immediately available as it takes time to update each product page.

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Ingredient Function
Petrolatum Hair Conditioning Agent
Helps to improve the gloss, sheen and texture of your hair
Ricinus Communis Seed Oil Botanicals
Ingredients from herbs, roots, flowers, fruits, leaves or seeds
Candelilla Cera Viscosity Controlling Agent
Controls the density or thickness of a product
Cera Alba Emulsion Stabiliser
Prevents a mixture from separating and helping to increase a product's shelf life
PEG-8 Beeswax Emulsifier
Helps two or more liquids, that don't usually combine to form a single solution; often referred to as an 'emulsion'
Hydrogenated Castor Oil Viscosity Controlling Agent
Controls the density or thickness of a product
Rhus Succedanea Fruit Wax Binder
Helps materials to bind or stick together
Parfum Fragrance
Provides a distinctive, pleasant smell
  • 2,6-Dimethyl-7-Octen-2-Ol

    • A fresh and clean citrus smell. This ingredient provides an alternative to citrus oils.

      Scent: Citrus

  • Amyl Salicylate

    • A floral scent with green and balsamic aspects. This ingredient is found in grapes and tea.

      Scent: Floral

  • Cedrol Methyl Ether

    • A dry woody scent with the distinct combination of soft wood and amber. It is a common ingredient used in woody fragrances.

      Scent: Woody

  • Cis-2-Tert-Butylcyclohexyl Acetate

    • A fruity-apple, woody scent. It is used in a large variety of fragrance types.

      Scent: Fruity

  • Ethyl Trimethylcyyclopentene Butenol

    • A bright sandalwood scent with a rose facet. It is mainly used for sandalwood notes, woody and oriental fragrances.

      Scent: Woody

  • Ethylene Dodecanedioate

    • A soft and delicate musk with red fruit facets used to bring a clean and soft smell to fragrances.

      Scent:

  • Isoamyl Allylglycolate

    • A pineapple scent that adds a sparkling top note to any fragrance.

      Scent: Fruity

  • Kephalis

    • A versatile ingredient that blends well with floral notes (jasmine, rose, violet, lavender, etc.) as well as sophisticated ambery, woody-aldehydic, and masculine creations.

      Scent: Woody

  • Methyldihydrojasmonate

    • A delicate and fresh jasmine scent.

      Scent: Floral

  • Methylenedioxyphenyl Methylpropanal

    • A green-floral scent. It gives a very fresh effect to a fragrance and smells like watermelon.

      Scent: Floral

  • Tetramethyl Acetyloctahydronaphthalenes

    • A sandal and cedar wood scent.

      Scent: Woody

BHT Antioxidant
Helps to prevent reactions promoted by oxygen in the product, which can cause product spoilage.
Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone Fragrance
Provides a distinctive, pleasant smell
Benzyl alcohol Fragrance
Provides a distinctive, pleasant smell