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17 products found for search term "Emulsifier W/O ".

  • ABIL® EM 180

    Versatile high molecular weight W/O emulsifier with outstanding stabilization capabilities. Very low usage concentation down to 0.5% possible. Particularly recommended for challenging formulation systems like quick breaking emulsions or high UV filter loadings.

  • ABIL® EM 90

    The classical high-performance W/O emulsifier for lotions and creams with an excellent stabilization profile. Formulations with all kinds of cosmetic oils. High compatibility with active ingredients. Emulsifier for sun protection preparations with high content of organic and/or physical UV filters.

  • ABIL® EM 97 S

    Emulsifier for cosmetic water-in-silicone emulsions as well as co-emulsifier for water-in-oil and oil-in-water emulsions imparting a velvety and silky skin feel. Good release properties of AP salts in W/Si-based AP/deo formulations. Suitable for make-up, skin care and sun care formulations.

  • ABIL® WE 09

    Emulsifier for cosmetic W/O creams and lotions. Formulations with all kinds of cosmetic oils. High compatibility with active ingredients. Emulsifier for decorative cosmetics and sun protection preparations.

  • ISOLAN® 17

    Natural-based W/O emulsifier with outstanding stabilization properties, even for challenging systems (e.g. aerosols, natural quick-breaking systems). Provides excellent formulation versatility with regard to viscosity, oil phase content and with difficult to incorporate ingredients (e.g. high electrolyte or pigment load). A certified natural composition to discover and expand your portfolio of high performance natural W/O emulsions.

  • ISOLAN® GI 34
  • ISOLAN® GO 33

    Emulsifier for cosmetic W/O creams containing emollients with a medium and low polarity.

  • ISOLAN® GPS

    W/O emulsifier for low viscous lotions with a very light skin feel. Allows the formulation of W/O lotions with a very low content of oil phase providing a pleasant, non-oily skin feel. Excellent emulsion stabilization properties even at low concentrations (2–3%).

  • ISOLAN® IS

    Sugar-based, nonionic co-emulsifier for W/O creams with moisturizing properties.

  • ISOLAN® PDI

    PEG-free emulsifier fully based on renewable sources. Excellent stabilization of W/O creams and lotions with a caring and rich skin feel. Compatible with all kinds of cosmetic oils and commonly used active ingredients.

  • PROTEGIN® W

    Optimized cream base consisting of emulsifiers, waxes and paraffins for formulating high viscous W/O creams with rich and caring skin care properties. In addition to PROTEGIN® W, 2 - 5 % of cosmetic oils can be added to the oil phase.

  • PROTEGIN® WX

    Optimized cream base consisting of emulsifiers, waxes and paraffins for formulating high viscous W/O creams with rich and caring skin care properties. In addition to PROTEGIN® WX, 3 - 10 % of cosmetic oils can be added to the oil phase.

  • PROTEGIN® XN

    Optimized cream base consisting of emulsifiers, waxes and paraffins for formulating high viscous W/O creams with a rich and caring skin feel. All ingredients of PROTEGIN® XN are in agreement with recommendations of COLIPA and IKW for the use of raw materials in lip care products. In addition to PROTEGIN® XN, 2 - 5 % of cosmetic oils can be added to the oil phase.

  • TEGIN® O V

    Emulsifier fully based on renewable sources for cosmetic W/O creams.

  • TEGO® SML

    Liquid, PEG-free, nonionic co-emulsifier for O/W emulsions.

  • TEGO® SMO V

    Liquid, PEG-free, nonionic co-emulsifier for the formulation of cosmetic and pharmaceutical W/O creams and lotions.

  • TEGO® SMS

    PEG-free co-emulsifier for cosmetic and pharmaceutical skin care emulsions.

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