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SURPRISE SPHERES SS-WH (RE)-3501-M

Technical DataSheet | Supplied by Umang Pharmatech

Lactose (and) Cellulose (and) Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (and) PVA. SURPRISE SPHERES SS-WH (RE)-3501-M by Umang Pharmatech is a color changing bead with an outer layer of white color and the inner layer of red color. It has a particle size of 0.8-1.4 mm. It is specially prepared for products which require color changing spheres. It is hard when dry but soften in contact with at least 20% of water. It is biodegradable and nourishes skin & hair. It adds surprise visual effect as it changes color. It can be utilized as delivery system for encapsulation incompatible actives into same formulation. It is suitable for incorporation of both hydrophobic and hydrophilic cosmetic actives. It disappears on gentle rubbing without leaving any residue on skin & hair upon application. SURPRISE SPHERES SS-WH (RE)-3501-M is used in water-based formulations, soaps, emulsions, gels, lotions, creams, skin care and hair care products. It has a shelf life of 3 years.

SURPRISE SPHERES SS-WH (RE)-3501-M Product details

Claims
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INCI Names
  • POLYVINYL ALCOHOL
  • HYDROXYPROPYL METHYLCELLULOSE
  • CELLULOSE
  • LACTOSE
CAS Number
63-42-3, 9004-65-3, 9004-34-6, 9002-89-5, 25213-24-5
Use Level
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EINECS/ELINCS No:
200-559-2, 232-674-9
Appearance
Beads, Spherical
Color
Varies
Product Status
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Applications/ Recommended for
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Origine/Nature
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Regulatory Status
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Labels/Agency Rating
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SURPRISE SPHERES SS-WH (RE)-3501-M Properties

Property

Value & Unit
Test Condition
Test Method
Color content
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pH
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Particle size
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Solubility Properties

Element
Test Condition
Test Method
Partially soluble in
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Insoluble in
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Insoluble in
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Last edited Jun 6, 2018
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