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Solutions & Surfactants
By Tom Branna , Editorial Director
Published September 3, 2014
These materials play an important role in the formulation of household and personal care products. Read More »
Applications for Sustainable Cellulose Derivatives In Personal Care
By Rau2019eda Asad, AkzoNobel Global Personal Care
Published June 16, 2011
An AkzoNobel researcher details the benefits of a new family of water-soluble cellulose derivatives. These ingredients provide rheology modification, improvethe aesthetics of personal care formulations, deliver beneficial properties and enable the formulation of differentiated consumer products. Read More »
Modified Cetyl Betaine Surfactants in Personal Care 20
By Susan X. M. Dong, Branko Sajic and Anatoly Dameshek, Stepan Companyu00adu00adu00ad
Published May 3, 2011
Stepan researchers have developed a mild surfactant, derived from natural feedstocks, that works effectively with various hydrotropic surfactants to improve viscosity, foaming and mildness in hair and skin care products. Read More »
Personal Cleansers
Published September 3, 2008
More marketers are trying to develop mild cleaners that are free of sulfates. This article explains how to do it. Read More »
Economic Foam Brush Carwash
Published January 1, 2005
Spanning the Globe
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published August 31, 2012
Most surfactant suppliers will go to the ends of the earth these days in search of growth as gains in developed markets slow. Read More »
By Harvey M. Fishman, Consultant
Published November 30, 2011
Stepan Chemical, Chicago, IL, produces a secondary surfactant for cleansing products such as shampoos and body washes called Amphosol CDB Special (INCI name: Cetyl betaine). This clear liquid is 30% active with 37% solids and contains no dioxane, PEG… Read More »
Published November 11, 2005
Patent No. US 6,455,482 B1: Colgate-Palmolive researchers patented an acidic, light duty, clear liquid dishwashing composition with an alpha olefin sulfonate, paraffin sulfonate surfactant, amine oxide surfactant, solubilizing agent, proton donating… Read More »
Personal Care Products: How natural can they get?
Published November 10, 2005
Novel ingredients and unique positioning offer alternatives to mainstream products. Read More »