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Prolipid™ 161 lamellar gel

Technical DataSheet | Supplied by Ashland Specialty Chemical in-cosmetics global 2017

Cetearyl Alcohol (and) Behenyl Alcohol (and) Hydroxyethyl Cetearamidopropyldimonium Chloride. Prolipid™ 161 lamellar gel by Ashland Specialty Chemical acts as a conditioning agent. It is a structurizing ingredient composed of vegetal-based amphiphilic compounds that enhances formulation texture and stability. The cetearyl and behenyl alcohols function as an emulsion stabilizer, binder, viscosity-increasing agent and opacifying agent. The hydroxyethyl cetearamidopropyldimonium chloride is the quaternary compound providing antistatic properties and super-conditioning benefits. It is suitable for treatment applications targeting damaged and chemically treated hair. In rinse-out applications, it delivers a soft feel and allows for effortless wet and dry combing. Prolipid™ 161 lamellar gel is suggested for use in conditioners, hair colorants, hair relaxers, hair treatments, mousses, novel stylers, permanent wave solutions, shampoos, and styling creams/lotions.

Prolipid™ 161 lamellar gel Product details

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INCI Names
  • BEHENYL ALCOHOL
  • CETEARYL ALCOHOL
  • HYDROXYETHYL CETEARAMIDOPROPYLDIMONIUM CHLORIDE
Chemical Composition
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CAS Number
661-19-8, 67762-27-0, 243982-96-9
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EINECS/ELINCS No:
211-546-6, 267-008-6
Appearance
Flakes
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Color
White to yellowish
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Bio Based
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Bio Based Content Comments
Vegetal-based
Last edited Jul 4, 2016
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