Supplier's Corner

Xiameter Silicone Emulsion For Paraben-Free Hair Care

August 2, 2013

To support the creation of hair care products that are both effective and consumer-preferred, the Xiameter brand has introduced a paraben-free silicone emulsion for hair conditioning applications—Xiameter MEM-2664 Emulsion.

“This emulsion is similar to Xiameter MEM-1664 Emulsion, a proven hair-conditioning agent. The only difference is that Xiameter MEM-2664 Emulsion contains a non-paraben preservative,” explained Kevin Murphy, global market director.

Both products enable formulators to deliver high-molecular-weight dimethicone through a water-based system. Both can be used to add valuable conditioning and wet- and dry-combing benefits to shampoos and leave-in and rinse-off conditioners.

More info: www.xiameter.com
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