Xanthan Gum is produced by the Xanthomonas campestris bacteria via the fermentation of glucose, sucrose, or lactose.
Xanthan Gum is widely used in yogurt, toothpaste, pudding, lotions, cosmetics, and even in the various other industries apart from cosmetics.
Xanthan Gum Skin Uses
- Xanthan Gum can be used as an emulsifier
- Xanthan Gum contains some property of Humectants, which is capable of attracting water molecules to your skin, making it moist
- Xanthan Gum has been found to make your skin smooth
- Xanthan Gum is used as a thickener in lotion, creams, foaming solutions, and other skin and hair care products to make the product viscous
Xanthan Gum Side Effects
- People with digestive problems should be mindful of the oral and topical use of Xanthan Gum. You may try alternatives like the Guar Gum or Gelatin