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Silsoft* EAU Microgel

Technical DataSheet | Supplied by Momentive Performance Materials

Polysilicone-34 (and) Isononyl Isononanoate (and) Water. Silsoft* EAU microgel by Momentive Performance Materials is a unique texturizing structure agent that delivers multiple benefits for aqueous systems in make-up, sunscreens, skin and hair care categories, making it an ideal go-to product for formulators seeking multifunctional ingredients that help to create exciting new products. This distinct microgel core-shell technology delivers a wide range of creative textural effects and a refreshing, light-weight sensation to the skin, even in body butters and high oil based products. Typically tacky or draggy on the skin, Silsoft* EAU microgel helps improve the spreadability of organic and inorganic sunscreens and provides a light fresh skin feel. As an ideal oil-in-water emulsifier, Silsoft* EAU microgel disperses pigments for brush and beauty sponge application of foundations, CC creams and tinted moisturizers for a smooth, even coverage. Applications include skincare creams, lotions, serums, body butters, sunscreens, spa product lines and make-up.

Silsoft* EAU Microgel Product details

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CAS Number
59219-71-5, 7732-18-5
EINECS
261-665-2, 231-791-2
Appearance
gel, transluscent , with soft granules
Color
Amber
Product Status
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Silsoft* EAU Microgel Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Silicone Solids
xx %
Viscosity at 25°C (77°F)
xxxxx mPas
Specific Gravity at 25°C (77°F)
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Density
xxxx lb./gal
Freezing Point
xxx °C
Last edited Jun 27, 2018
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