Leucidal® Liquid Radish Root Anti-Microbial
Radish Root is the best all-natural alternative to synthetic preservatives.
Now available in three sizes: .5, 4, or larger 16-ounce size!
If you use organic products or make your own skincare recipes at home, you probably have a refrigerator overflowing with skincare products. Unfortunately, fresh products without a preservative only last a day or two.
If you don't want to go to the fridge every time you want to use your moisturizer or revitalize your complexion, try our Leucidal® Liquid radish root ferment.
This natural antimicrobial increases your beauty and skincare products' shelf life without adding any harmful synthetic ingredients.
Fermented with lactic acid bacteria (Leuconostoc Kimchii), Leucidal® Liquid provides a degree of protection against mold, yeasts, and bacteria.
Its light natural scent won't overpower any lotion, cream, or serum. Plus, it's water-soluble, making it easy to mix with your homemade or existing products.
When creating homemade recipes, be sure to test your concentration of Leucidal® Liquid to ensure that you're adding enough to protect against bacteria and other harmful growths.
This is a mild antimicrobial and will not keep skincare products fresh indefinitely.
You can improve any product's shelf life, though, with the addition of Leucidal® Liquid and storing it in a cool, dry place.
Approved by ECO-CERT for use with certified organic cosmetics. It is also on the whole foods premium list of accepted preservatives.
If you are a beginning formulator, use a 4% concentration. A 2-4% concentration of Leucidal® Liquid is an effective antimicrobial natural alternative to synthetic preservatives.
If your formula is water-based, you may want to use Leucidal Complete. Or consider adding preservatives such as Geogard 221 to protect your recipe correctly.
We also recommend microbe or challenge testing of all end eco formulations.
If you want to make your own natural beauty and skincare products, order a bottle of Leucidal® Liquid today.
Leucidal® Liquid is a cosmetic ingredient with mild antimicrobial properties that can safely and efficiently prolong natural and organic cosmetics and skincare products' shelf life.
As the organic movement grows in the skincare and cosmetics industry, more and more major brands turn to natural alternatives to the synthetic preservatives they've traditionally used.
As a result, you'll find Leucidal® Liquid in all kinds of skincare products from many different brands, including:
- Naked Sun Tropical Tanning Solution
- Osmosis Skincare Hydralift Firming Gel Mask
- Dermatologica Age Reversal Eye Complex
- Elixir Vitae: The Ultimate Wrinkle Solution by Tata Harper
You can use the same antimicrobial that major cosmetics brands use for their products for a fraction of the cost. Unfortunately, a $320 bottle of Elixir Vitae by Tata Harper is out of reach for most of us.
Keep your homemade formulas, natural cosmetics, and organic skincare that doesn't include any preservatives fresh longer by adding 2-4% Leucidal® Liquid.
Are you interested in saving money, creating custom skincare products for your beauty needs, and having a little bit of fun in the kitchen, all at the same time?
Check out some of our DIY formulas for anti-aging oils, serums, scrubs, and more. You can add Leucidal® Liquid to any of these and keep it fresh and free of bacteria, yeast, and mold for quite some time.
Once you start using these recipes regularly, you can get even more creative. Try to begin substituting different ingredients and fine-tune them to make your own personalized products.
Want to add Leucidal® Liquid to an existing skincare product to keep it fresh longer? Just follow our directions for adding a serum booster. It's the same easy process!
Order your bottle of Leucidal® Liquid, a natural preservative, today to get more life out of your organic skincare products!
Recommended Usage Rate: 2 to 4%
Appearance: Cloudy to Clear liquid
Solubility: Water soluble
Stability: Heat stable up to 158 degrees Fahrenheit or 70 degrees Celsius.
Formulated without these allergens: Eggs, Corn, Fish, Lactose, Milk, Palm Oil, Peanuts, Shellfish, Soybeans, Tree Nuts, and Wheat.
Store at room temperature. Place in the refrigerator upon arrival for long-term storage.
Leucidal® Liquid is a mild antimicrobial used in making cosmetics. It is a must for the home formulator. You can easily protect your cosmetics, gels, serums, lotions, and other homemade skin care products.
Our .5-ounce blue glass dropper bottle will make approximately 750 ml or 25 ounces with a 2% concentration.
When used at a 4% concentration, the Leucidal® Liquid will make approximately 375ml or a 12.5-ounce batch.
The 4-ounce size would be enough to use at a 4% concentration for a 100-ounce batch.
The 16-ounce white jug is large enough for a 4% concentration for up to a 400-ounce batch.
Leucidal® is a trademark of Active Micro-Tech.
Common Sense Warning: For external use only. Leucidal® is approved for organic cosmetics and is not for foods or beverages. Therefore, this is not for consumption.
If you need a stronger, more potent, all-natural broad-spectrum antimicrobial, consider our Leucidal Complete, which protects against bacteria, fungi, and mold.
INCI: Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate.
What is Radish Root Ferment?
Radish Root is an all-natural antimicrobial, an excellent alternative to synthetic chemicals and parabens containing toxins or hormone disruptors.
How to Use
Add a 2-4% concentration of Leucidal® Liquid to your homemade or existing skincare products. Be sure to blend until you achieve a uniform mixture.
The Leucidal® Liquid cannot protect a product from bacteria, yeast, and mold if it is not mixed correctly into the solution.
For water-based formulas, try Leucidal® Complete if you try to replicate Burts Bee's all-natural preservative formula with Lactobacillus and Gluconate, use Leucidal® Max.
When finished, store Leucidal® Liquid and your skincare products in a cool, dry place.
Leucidal® Liquid is approved for use with organic cosmetics and should not be used in foods or beverages. Do not ingest. For more information on formulating, view our formulating guide.
Do not directly apply to your skin. Instead, add to a formulation at the recommended usage rate.
For external use only, all products are cosmetic grade.
The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated the statements contained herein. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease. Always consult with your professional skin care provider.
California Prop 65 Statement: The following statement is made to comply with the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. This product is not known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
I am new to formulating, how much would I use?
For beginners, we recommend a 4% concentration. If your batch size is 1 ounce, you would use approximately 19 drops.
I make goat milk lotion and would love to try this as a preservative. Has anyone used the radish root in a goat milk lotion with success?
For water-based lotions, we recommend using a 4% concentration of Leucidal Complete.
Does this have a scent?
Leucidal Liquid has a very light scent that should not interfere with your formulas or any scent that you add.
Could Leucidal liquid be used for Dead Sea salt scrubs?
Yes, Leucidal Liquid is a great choice for Dead Sea Salt Scrubs.
Would I use this or Leucidal Complete with a sugar scrub?
Leucidal Liquid is perfect for sugar scrubs.
Have a skin care recipe that I want to try. Recipe is mostly oil but contains some water in the 2nd phase. Recipe writer suggests using your leucidal complete formula but I am allergic to coconut in any form. Could I use the leucidal liquid to avoid the coconut contained in the complete formula? Would it work? Or is the leucidal liquid strictly for recipes containing no water at all?
Yes, you can use Leucidal Liquid in your formula! However, it only provides mild protection. For additional protection, you would need to use Leucidal Liquid with an additional preservative to inhibit mold. You could also use Leucidal SF Max (lactobacillus ferment) and gluconate.