Supplier's Corner

GE Introduces Silsoft Q Silicone Quat

November 3, 2006

Advanced Materials Silicones introduc- ed Silsoft Q cationic amino quaternized silicone terpolymer. The silicone will help personal care formulators create hair care products that possess an improved ability to soften and condition hair, along with other benefits.
Silsoft Q silicone quat is the most recent new product in the continued expansion of GE’s portfolio of personal care materials; it is comprised of a patented cationic amino quaternized silicone terpolymer that combines affordability with a wide-range of advanced features for the personal care industry.
Silsoft Q silicone quat can be used to enhance shower and bath products, resulting in a creamier texture that leaves skin with a soft after wash feel. Silsoft Q silicone quat is a clear, non-yellowing material that enables easy to formulate transparent products. Silsoft Q silicone quat is a microemulsion with particles smaller than 100 nanometers that penetrate hair and provide the intended capabilities.
More info: www.ge.com/advancedmaterials.

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