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Gelled Water-in-oil Microemulsions for Hair Treatment

SpecialChem / Aug 31, 2011

The present inventors have found that the problem of sticky/greasy feeling gels can be solved if the gelling agent is incorporated into a water-in-oil microemulsion formed with a particular type of nonionic emulsifier. The gel so obtained exhibits enhanced viscosity and shear-thinning properties, yet without sensory negatives such as a sticky, greasy feel. Advantageously, it also exhibits enhanced

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