Supplier's Corner

Goldschmidt Launches Vegetable-Based Emulsifier

July 10, 2006

Tego Care CE 40, created by Degussa’s business line Goldschmidt Personal Care, is a new, vegetable-based cationic emulsifier system for the formulation of O/W creams and lotions. The product is a blend of a powerful emulsifier (palmitamidopropyl-trimonium chloride) and a stabilizer (cetearyl alcohol). It provides a smooth, powdery-skin feel, and is beneficial to formulators using high lipophilic content formulations to meet demands for intensive moisturization.
Tego Care CE 40 was formulated for masking the greasy or heavy feel of the high oil content while providing emulsification properties. It can be used as a primary emulsifier or simply as a co-emulsifier to alter a formulation’s sensory profile.
More info: E-mail: lauren.kjeldsen@degussa.com; www.degussa-personal-care.com.

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