Myrrh belongs to the Burseraceae family. It is a small growing, scrubby, spiny tree that is found in arid regions of North East Africa. It is the oleo-gum-resin from the stem that is used. The bushes do not grow more than 2.5 m in height, but they are of sturdy build, with knotted branches and branchlets that stand out at right-angles, ending in a sharp spine. The resin flows as a pale yellow liquid, but hardens to a reddish-brown mass. Myrrh was a primary ingredient in ancient cosmetics.
INCI name: COMMIPHORA ABYSSINICA RESIN EXTRACT, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, AQUA, SORBITOL, PEG-40 HYDROGENATED CASTOR OIL
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