Conditioning Polymers Offer Benefits to Skin 

Conditioning polymers are common in hair care. It is typically used to provide hair with a well-defined set of benefits including improved deposition of silicone and better feel through a slippery nature that eases combability. Some of these benefits could be of interest for skin care applications, but many existing conditioning polymers were not designed with skin in mind, leading to shortfalls in performance.

New skin-focused conditioning materials like Air Products’ Deposilk Q1TM polymer are nonetheless making their way into the marketplace, providing formulators and consumers with new capabilities and aesthetics.




Air Products and Chemicals Inc. (now Evonik) promote and manufacture inventive and documented ingredients for the cosmetics industry. Their polymer platforms afford them exceptional and multi-functional benefits that can entitle separate consumer product characteristics. They are a world-wide provider for hydrogen, nitrogen and other industrial gases for numerous applications. Their ROVI active ingredient products, encapsulated ingredients (ROVISOMES™) and specially devised solutions (Cellular Actives™), demonstrate their proficiency in skin biochemistry, physiology and dermal delivery systems.


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