W/O Treatment Cream (Formulation #02-176)
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W/O Treatment Cream (Formulation #02-176) uses KSG-710 in it as an emulsifying elastomer similar to KSG-210, however, KSG-710 has polyglycerin groups instead of polyether groups. Similar to KSG-210, KSG-710 allows the formulation of a stable W/O cream, which contains a large amount of water. In this emulsion, the water phase has a larger particle size than conventional emulsions formulated with non-crosslinked emulsifiers. The large particle size is key to providing a “fresh” skin feel. The amount of KF-6104 can be adjusted to control particle size, and the amount of KSG-15 to control viscosity.
Shin-Etsu Silicones of America produces high-quality silicones for the Personal Care and Cosmetics industry. Shin-Etsu offers linear type and branched type of polyether-modified silicones and branched and cross-polymer type of polyglycerin-modified silicones. These have a diverse range of applications including hair care, face care, makeup, creams, lotions, hair sprays, shaving creams and more.
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