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Glucamate™ VLT thickener

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by Lubrizol in-cosmetics global 2020
PEG-120 Methyl Glucose Trioleate (and) Propanediol. Glucamate™ VLT thickener by Lubrizol is a naturally derived, anti-irritant non-ionic thickener. This methyl glucose ether is esterified with oleic acid. It is compatible with most ingredients used in today's liquid surfactant systems. It provides luxurious sensory properties through the formation of a rich, creamy lather and a light, emollient after-feel. It is ideal for formulating cleansing products for babies, children, elderly and those with sensitive skin. Glucamate™ VLT thickener is used in shower gels, facial cleansers, shampoos, hand soaps and intimate- & mild cleansers.
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Claims
  • Thickeners & Stabilizers
  • non-irritant
  • sensory enhancement
  • vegetal origin
  • creaminess/rich feel
  • bio/ organic
  • mildness
  • light feeling

Compatiblity with other products

Find products that are predicted to be compatible with Glucamate™ VLT thickener.

This list of compatible products is generated out of estimated HSP values. A practical determination of these HSP values would provide higher certainty.
Learn more about Hansen Solubility Parameters (HSP) and their use in predictive formulation.

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