The Universal Selection Source: Cosmetics Ingredients

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Controlled Release Technology Overview

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Recorded on Nov 10, 2016

Save on costly cosmetics active ingredients (avoid excessive loading) by better using controlled release technologies.

After reviewing when Encapsulation, Liposomes, Starch Matrix... are best used, Eric Abrutyn will discuss how to make them truly work in your skin care & hair care formulation.

 

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Eric Abrutyn Presented By:
Eric Abrutyn

Length: 90 min

Course Type: Formulation
Level: Intermediate

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Why should you view this course?

Overusing costly active ingredients to compensate efficacy loss (over time, unwanted interactions...) is meaningless! It only increases the formulation cost. Understand how to efficiently use controlled release technology to achieve on-demand / long lasting release of actives (at lower loading) for targeted performance. Join this course and:

  1. Save youself from reading numerous patents, books, and articles - Get a ready-to-use review by an expert!
  2. Know when to choose one upon another for your skin care or hair care products by understanding each technology unique properties & mode of action
  3. Clarify why one technology may fail in a specific application and how to tweak your cosmetics formulation for optimal results

Who should view this course?

Skin & Hair Care Cosmetic Formulators – even those who had a not-so-positive first experience with Controlled Release Technologies!

Course Outline

The following sections will be covered during this session:

  1. General review of controlled release technologies
    • Definitions
    • Micro-capsule morphology
    • Microencapsulation technologies
    • Testing and formulating

  2. General process review
    • Overview: microencapsulation methods
    • Common controlled release profiles: choosing the right release mechanisms
    • Physical methods (Wuster process, spray drying...)
    • Physical / chemical encapsulation (techniques, characteristics, applications)

  3. Benefits for the Cosmetics Industry

  4. Applications concepts
    • Encapsulation markets
    • Applicatins & Commercial examples
    • Market opportunities

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Members Reviews

My objective was to get an up-date and learn if some new technology had come up. Also, to get ideas on functionality. That objective was achieved.

Joseph Chris D. , from Croda

It gave a very good overview of the types of encapsulation available and the different technologies used in them. I was looking for the very specific use of encapsulation for fragrances and it has given me a good idea of what the best technologies might be.

Timothy W. , from CPL Aromas Ltd

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