Kaolin, a naturally occurring aluminosilicate material (CAS #1332-58-7), has a long, proven history of use for cosmetic, OTC and pharmaceutical applications. It is widely used in skin care, color cosmetic, and dermatological and pharmaceutical products. To help cosmetic formulators understand the value and versatility of kaolin, this article will discuss kaolin, its properties and various applications.
Kaolin: A Performance Additive for Cosmetics and Pharmaceuticals
May 6, 2003 | Contact Author | By: Olga V. Dueva and Gabriel E. Uzunian, Engelhard Corp.
Fast Analysis of Cosmetic Allergens Using Convergence Chromatography with Mass Spectrometry – Waters Corp.
Abstract: This overview describes kaolin, a naturally occurring alumino-silicate mineral that has new applications based on its absorbency, gentle abrasiveness, rheology modification, pigment extension compressibility and barrier-forming properties.
Z-COTE LSA provides broad-spectrum protection from long wave UVA rays and medium wave UVB rays by physically scattering, reflecting and absorbing solar radiation.
- Zinc Oxide
- UVA, UVB Sunscreen
- UVA Protection
- UVB Protection