Supplier's Corner

RJL & Co. Introduces Two New Ingredients

November 14, 2005

RJL & Co., Bayonne, NJ, has introduced Finathax 6218, an amine-free, non-ionic thickener, and Dermogel, a glyceryl polyacrylate transparent gel.

Finathix 6218 can be used as a viscosity builder, thickening agent, emulsifier and solubilizer. It is non-toxic and non-irritating to the eyes and skin, according to company executives. Finathix 6218 replaces coco- diethanolamide in baby shampoos, liquid soaps, foam baths and other personal care products.

Dermogel is water-soluble and forms stable films with good adherence on the skin, executives said. It is temperature stable and stable to anionic and non-ionic surfactants, hydrogen peroxide, ethyl alchohol and menthol.

Dermogel is used in hair pomades, styling and conditioning gels, shaving creams, sun care products, makeup removal creams and eye products.

More info: (201) 823-1883; E-mail:
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