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Products Compatible with Eastman GEM™ Retinyl Linoleate

Based on HSP Distance

Products Compatibility & HSP Distance

Hansen Solubility Parameters (HSP) helps to predict the compatibility of ingredients.

It is based upon the “like seeks like” principle. It splits an ingredients interactions into three parameters :
- δD (Dispersion force interactions)
- δP (Polar forces interactions)
- δH (Hydrogen bond force interactions).

If ingredients have matching HSP’s (distance=0) then they will be completely compatible. If there is a small distance between them then they are predicted to have good but not perfect compatibility. As the HSP distance gets larger the ingredients will become more incompatible.

In general, ingredients having an HSP distance below 2 will have good compatibility. Between 2 and 4, you will have medium compatibility. Above 4, you will have limited to no compatibility.

Most HSP values used to calculate the distance are estimates. Information provided below is to be used as an indication of compatibility.
19 products match your search
Product Name
Supplier
Description
Hsp Distance: 1.6
Oleyl oleate. Schercemol™ OLO ester by Lubrizol acts as a non-oily emollient. It offers luster, softness and high degree of lubricity in skin and hair preparations. It is also used for pigment... view more
INCI
  • OLEYL OLEATE
Hsp Distance: 1.8
Stearyl erucate. Used in skin creams and lotions, lip products, pan and stick make-ups and suntan products. Acts as an emollient and as a building component. Offers advantages such as rich, buttery... view more
INCI
  • STEARYL ERUCATE
Hsp Distance: 1.9
Behenyl erucate. Used in cosmetic formulations for the lip area and in skin creams and lotions. Offers benefits such as non-toxic and luxurious feel... view more
INCI
  • BEHENYL ERUCATE
Hsp Distance: 2.1
Cetyl ethylhexanoate. Schercemol™ CO ester by Lubrizol acts as a sensory modifier. Offers exceptional clarity and low odor. Features good solvency and non-oily feel. Schercemol™ CO ester is used in... view more
INCI
  • CETYL ETHYLHEXANOATE
Hsp Distance: 2.1
Triethylhexanoin. Schercemol™ GTO ester by Lubrizol acts as an emollient. It leaves conditioned skin feel without unpleasant greasiness or tackiness. It provides smooth application properties and... view more
INCI
  • TRIETHYLHEXANOIN
Hsp Distance: 2.1
Isodecyl Oleate. Schercemol™ IDO ester by Lubrizol acts as a lightweight emollient and shine enhancing agent. Offers benefits such as good spreadability, fast absorbency and non-oily feel... view more
INCI
  • ISODECYL OLEATE
Hsp Distance: 2.1
Myristyl myristate. Used in hand lotions, facial creams, sunscreen creams, cream make-up and similar formulations. Acts as an emollient and a building agent. Imparts viscosity, substantivity and a... view more
INCI
  • MYRISTYL MYRISTATE
Hsp Distance: 2.2
Isocetyl stearate. Schercemol™ ICS ester by Lubrizol acts as an emollient. It provides unique combination of properties due to its high molecular weight, saturated structure and low freeze point. It... view more
INCI
  • ISOCETYL STEARATE
Hsp Distance: 2.4
Neopentyl glycol dicaprate. Used in bath, suntan and massage oils and make-up removers. Acts as an emollient and very good solvent. Possesses fragrance carrier and coupling properties. Offers... view more
INCI
  • NEOPENTYL GLYCOL DICAPRATE
Hsp Distance: 2.4
Ethylhexyl pelargonate. Schercemol™ OPG ester by Lubrizol acts as a non-oily emollient ester with fast absorbency and a dry feel. In antiperspirants, it is used as an anti-clogging agent. In skin... view more
INCI
  • ETHYLHEXYL PELARGONATE
Hsp Distance: 2.5
Isostearyl isostearate. Schercemol™ 1818 ester by Lubrizol acts as a pigment dispersant and slip agent. It is a naturally-derived, non-greasy long chain ester exhibiting substantive emolliency and... view more
INCI
  • ISOSTEARYL ISOSTEARATE
Hsp Distance: 2.5
Isopropyl isostearate. Schercemol™ 318 ester by Lubrizol acts as an emollient, sensory modifier and slip agent. It has low freeze point and exhibits lubricity without oiliness. It imparts good... view more
INCI
  • ISOPROPYL ISOSTEARATE
Hsp Distance: 2.5
Neopentyl glycol diethylhexanoate. Schercemol™ NGDO ester by Lubrizol acts as a sensory modifier, solubilizer and slip agent. It is a refreshing, non-volatile alternative to cyclomethicone and... view more
INCI
  • NEOPENTYL GLYCOL DIETHYLHEXANOATE
Hsp Distance: 2.6
Propylene glycol dipelargonate. Used as a luxurious emollient for alcohol-based splashes and aftershave products, lipsticks and lip glosses, powders and cleansers. Offers benefits including improved... view more
INCI
  • PROPYLENE GLYCOL DIPELARGONATE
Hsp Distance: 2.7
Myristyl propionate. Used in toners, aftershave products, body splashes and lip care products. Acts as an emollient. Possesses solvent and slip properties. Does not distort fragrance notes... view more
INCI
  • MYRISTYL PROPIONATE
Hsp Distance: 2.7
Ethylhexyl isononanoate. Acts as an emollient and conditioning agent. Offers spectrum of spreading effects and tactile properties. Used in hair care and skin care products... view more
INCI
  • ETHYLHEXYL ISONONANOATE
Hsp Distance: 2.8
Isostearyl neopentanoate. Schercemol™ 185 ester by Lubrizol acts as a mild emollient. It is a non-greasy, long chain ester exhibiting fast absorbency and substantive emolliency. It has an... view more
INCI
  • ISOSTEARYL NEOPENTANOATE
Hsp Distance: 2.9
Isodecyl Neopentanoate. Schercemol™ 105 ester by Lubrizol acts as an emollient and solubilizer. It functions to mitigate greasiness, and is also used as a solvent for solid UV absorbers. Its soft... view more
INCI
  • ISODECYL NEOPENTANOATE
Hsp Distance: 3.5
Diisopropyl sebacate. Schercemol™ DIS ester by Lubrizol acts as a sensory modifier. It helps to reduce the greasiness associated with mineral oil or petrolatum. It exhibits rapid absorbency and fast... view more
INCI
  • DIISOPROPYL SEBACATE
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