It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!
Thank you, it sounds interesting! I will try it with propanediol and
Dimethyl isosorbide. Being in the label after the caffeine means that
have to be < 5%.
It could be that propanediol is present at 4.9999%. Don't forget glycerin is there as well. Maltodextrin may also have a solvent effect on caffeine. MD might be there at 4.9998% and glycerin at 4.9997%. I'm not suggesting that this is the real situation, just as an illustration as to how we can be lisled by a LOI. DMI is way down the list so it would be reasonable to forget that as an important solvent in this product.