The Universal Selection Source: Cosmetics Ingredients

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Non-ionic Ingredients: Most Preferred Ingredient Type to Stabilize a Borderline Emulsion

SpecialChem / Nov 1, 2013

"What ingredient type would you prefer using to stabilize a borderline emulsion?" This question was presented to the SpecialChem Community and deals with formulation, emulsifiers and product stability. The response rate, since the question was geared towards cosmetic formulators, was expectantly high at over 400 responses. So let's see how the voting went. By far the largest response at just over 58% was Non-ionic Ingredients. Anionic Ingredients at 18% was the next highest response.

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