I am looking at some cosmetic preservatives and see gluconolactone and sodium benzoate (Geogard): the mode of action is said to be 'hurdle technology' where a more hostile environment is created. Can someone explain this mode of action further or point me to a site?
Cindy Jones, Ph.D., formulator, biochemist
Sagescript Institute, llc
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