Boost up the stability of oil in water emulsions by Pair2Phase

Boost up the stability of oil in water emulsions by Pair2Phase

02 April 2019, 16:10 - 16:40

Technical Seminars Theatre 1
Language:
English

Anionic surfactants are hardly found as good emulsifiers due to their high HLB values.

Potassium Cetyl Phosphate is one surface active agents that shows unusual power in its emulsification abilities. Due to its driving force to form lamellar surfactant phases in combination with charged boundary regions, additionally effects like water resistance, stabilization of solid particles as well as humidity regulation on skin, can be explained.

COSMOS certified Pair2Phase Emulsifiers are wax like products, which combine the unique properties of Potassium Cetyl Phosphate with the skin caring effect of long chain fatty alcohols or natural waxes.

 

Contributors

  • Martin Husmann

    Speaker

    Technical Director

    Schill+Seilacher GmbH

    Dr. Martin Husmann is Technical Director of Cosmetic and Fine Chemicals Department of Schill+Seilacher GmbH in Böblingen. He focuses on the...

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