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Transparent Shampoo with Vegetable-Derived Conditioners (Formulation #12555)

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This guideline formulation for transparent shampoo with vegetable-derived conditioners is based on the concept “Transparent aqueous cleansing products with caring oils”. MARLINAT 242/90 MC (INCI:MIPA Laureth Sulfate (and) Propylene Glycol) is a good foaming and very mild water-free flow-able surfactant. In combination with MARLOWET CG (INCI: PEG-18 Castor Oil Dioleate) as co-emulsifier, it is possible to develop transparent oil containing formulations for shampoos, with high foaming power, high cleansing action and skin hydration. PARAFOL 12-97 (INCI: Dodecane) supports like cyclomethicones the distribution of the active substances into the hair. PARAFOL 22-95 (INCI: Docosane) imparts conditioning to dry hair like high molecular-weight dimethicones. Both PARAFOL-types are high purely linear single cut paraffins made from renewable resources.

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Sasol Performance Chemicals develops and markets a broad portfolio of organic and inorganic commodity and speciality chemicals. Their business consists of three key business divisions: Organics, Advanced Materials and Wax. Their offices in 18 countries serve customers around the world with a multifaceted portfolio of state-of-the-art chemical products and solutions for a wide range of applications and industries.

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