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Bentone® LUXE WO

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Elementis in-cosmetics global 2019
Polyglyceryl-6 Polyricinoleate (and) Polyglyceryl-3 Diisostearate (and) Disteardimonium Hectorite. Bentone® LUXE WO by Elementis is non-animal, non-abrasive rheological additive for cosmetics and toiletries. It provides emulsification for silicone-free water in oil system. It can be applied without leaving a greasy film on the skin. It allows for high oil concentration that can be used for dry, damaged skin and offers light and silky feeling or oily skin types. It provides predictable, reproducible and stable viscosity control, shear-thinning viscosity, excellent suspension of pigments & actives and controlled alignment of special-effect pigments. It offers emulsion stabilization (w/s) and smooth feel to skin. Thermostable viscosity raises apparent melting point and ensures cost-efficient use of UV filters. Bentone® LUXE WO is used in lip care, eye make-up, facial make-up, emulsions, creams, lotions and water in silicone emulsions & sun protection and after sun products. Its shelf life is 2 years.
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Claims
  • Emulsifiers > Emulsifiers W/O (Water in oil)
  • Thickeners & Stabilizers > Mineral-based > Clays / Bentonites
  • silky feel
  • smoothness
  • non-animal
  • greasiness reducing/ oiliness reducing
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