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Aug 31, 2016 | Article

Formulating with Electrolyte Resistant Polymers: Quick Tips

By Belinda Carli

Thickening agents are used to adjust the viscosity of skin care formulations to make them easy to use and to maintain the product stability. For example, they are used to ensure the stability of...

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Enhance the consumer experience of your brand by introducing Volarest™ FL into your emulsion or aqueous-based cosmetic formulation. Volarest™ FL is a truly unique polymer providing benefits for...

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Crodarom® Elfe Flower An extract with an iconic image and an emblematic name A flower as elegant and refined as an elfe Image of longevity and perfect beauty An active composition...

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ViscOptima™ SE is a multifunctional liquid rheology modifier that can be used to emulsify and stabilise high levels of oils and silicones within a formulation. ViscOptima™ SE is a highly...

Sep 11, 2013 | Article

Thickening Composition and Cosmetic Preparation Containing the Same

The present inventors have found that, by combining conventional water-soluble thickeners, a synergistic thickening effect which the individual aqueous solutions could not attain can be obtained...

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This super concentrated serum looks like a gel but feels like a rich cream. The novel jelly texture of this formulation, created using Volarest™ FL, ViscOptima™ SE and gelling agents, glides...

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Advanced technology to 'city-zen' and refreshed skin. It protects, removes, repairs and strengthens the skin  Skin grain is refined.   Complexion looks fresher and purified.   Skin...

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This fluffy textured formulation created using ViscOptima™ SE looks like a cloud, yet transforms in to a light moisturising cream when applied to the skin. Meeting the current Pollution Protection...

Sep 11, 2013 | Article

Method to Prepare Novel Polymeric Thickening Agent Without Acrylamide Fragments

According to a first aspect, a subject of the invention is a composition comprising an oil phase, an aqueous phase and at least one water-in-oil emulsifying system, in the form of an inverse latex...

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Aug 1, 2012 | Article

Synthetic Thickeners for Cosmetics

In the specialized literature many methods are reported to regulate the rheological properties of different formulations, often including the use of polymers in the form of inverse emulsion (an...

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