Recent in Feel Enhancer (page 9 of 12)
Nov 11, 2009
Centerchem has introduced a polymer chain network that imparts sensory elegance as well as fine line- and wrinkle-blurring effects in skin care and color cosmetic applications. In addition, it stabilizes w/s and s/w emulsions.
Oct 5, 2009
This w/s emulsifier was created for color cosmetic and antiperspirant emulsions. It optimizes the dimethicone chain length and the polyether composition to provide a silky skin feel and good emulsification properties.
Jun 30, 2009 | Rosnah Ismail and Hazimah A. Hassan, Malaysian Palm Oil Board; and Luigi Rigano, ISPE
Dihydroxystearic acid (DHSA), derived from palm oil- or palm kernel oil-based oleic acid, offers interesting applications since its addition to oily phases and wax gels affects flow and spreading properties. Moreover, it interacts with the surfaces of pigments and fillers, improving color development as well as sensory attributes, as shown here.
May 7, 2009
This ingredient cools through a non-drying, evaporative process on skin but unlike existing hydrocarbon and alcohol technologies, it is non-flammable, odorless and reportedly non-ozone-depleting.
Dec 3, 2008 | Anthony J. O'Lenick, Jr., Siltech LLC
The feel of a formulation often has been associated with volatility. Volatility is the ability of a compound to evaporate under the temperatures at which it is used in a formulation.
Sep 9, 2008
Symrise has introduced a natural cooling agent that imparts a sense of freshness on skin.
Jul 30, 2008 | Chris DeArmitt, PhD, Hybrid Plastics Inc
Cosmetics formulators continually search for new raw materials to achieve elevated performance and to distinguish their products in the marketplace. Polyhedral oligomericsilsequioxanes (POSS) can provide an array of unique hybrid inorganic-organic ingredients that span the property spectrum in terms of chemistry, physical form and solubility.
Jul 2, 2008 | Rachel Chapman, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine
This issue of C&T magazine is dedicated to the overall science of formulating skin care—because although it’s exciting to learn what fascinating tricks new ingredients can perform, practical, hands-on formulating experience inspires the “feeling” of what a formula needs added and ultimately gets the formulator through the day.
Jul 2, 2008 | Jeffrey M. Carey, PhD; Bryan Moran; Francine Shuster; and Brian Vondruska, Lubrizol Advanced Materials Inc.
Optimizing the sensory properties of o/w emulsion systems is an ongoing challenge for formulators, thus tools to simplify this process are desirable. Here, the authors describe a visual tool to assist in selecting the right combination of certain crosslinked acrylic rheology modifiers and specialty emollient esters to meet target aesthetics.
Jul 2, 2008 | Anne-Lise Girboux and Emilie Courbon, Dow Corning S.A.
Adding silicone to natural oils can reduce surface tension thus improving spreading characteristics. This results in finished formulations with improved sensory profiles and in addition, expands on the opportunities for using these natural ingredients.
Jun 3, 2008 | Rachel Chapman, Cosmetics & Toiletries magazine
Are we as an industry sick with green? Consumer markets in general are saturated with a haze of green thought and activity, which of course is beneficial for and considerate of the planet on which we live—and frankly, long overdue.
Jun 3, 2008 | Michael J. Fevola, PhD; Louis Gentner; Nawaz Ahmad, PhD; and Joseph J. LiBrizzi, PhD, Johnson & Johnson Consumer and Personal Products Worldwide
Personal lubricants (PLs) have gained tremendous popularity primarily because of their ability to enhance the comfort and pleasure of intimate activities. These formulated medical devices rely on polymers to deliver lubricity, viscosity and distinct rheological characteristics. Various polymer chemistries enable modern PLs to provide long-lasting lubrication and unique sensorial experiences...