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Shin-Etsu Rolls Out New Silicone

September 13, 2012

A multi-functional care additive leaves a silky feel.

In the ongoing race to enhance the cosmetics and personal care market’s consumer sensorial experience, Shin-Etsu Silicones of America recently premiered its KF-6004 Multi-Functional Care Additive. This white, high purity, odorless, water soluble silicone wax is said to deliver perceivable sensorial properties, leaving treated surfaces with a soft and silky feel.

A pioneer in the field of silicones for personal care products, SESA’s KF-6004 features a unique ABA chemical architecture that combines polyether and a large silicone block to deliver an optimal surface orientation. The hydrolytically stable, polyether modified silicone is designed to enhance performance benefits for a wide array of cosmetic formulations including: hair care, skin care, color cosmetics and personal cleansers.


For more detailed information on the KF-6004 Multi-Functional Care Additive contact: cosmetics@shinetsusilicones.com.

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