Recent in Surfactant/Emulsifier (page 5 of 5)
Jan 4, 2013 | Caroline Mabille, PhD, Rhodia Aubervilliers Research and Technical Center; and Maud Bassereau, Takasago Europe Perfumery Laboratory
To maximize perfume delivery from structured cleansing formulations, the fragrance must be introduced before structuring the formulation into multilamellar vesicles. Structured formulations fragranced in such a way are shown here to improve perfume deposition and duration versus micellar systems, with no negative impact on perfume burst during use.
Oct 23, 2012
A report by Frost & Sullivan finds potential in the Brazilian surfactants market. The report, Analysis of the Brazilian Surfactants Market, estimates that this market will grow into 2018 with the support of an expanding personal care and home care market in addition to a growing middle class.
Aug 15, 2012 | Mike Fevola, Johnson & Johnson
Alkyl polyglucoside (APG) surfactants continue to be a popular choice of formulators seeking to improve the sustainability of cleansing products for personal care, hard surface cleaning, dishwashing, laundry, and industrial/institutional applications.
May 4, 2012
Jarchem will present its natural surfactants and emulsifiers during the NY SCC Suppliers' Day.
Apr 30, 2012
The Dow Chemical Company launched bio-based surfactants for personal care during In-Cosmetics in Barcelona. The products were designed to be milder to the skin and hair, and have an improved environmental profile.
Apr 12, 2012
At In-Cosmetics in Barcelona, Innospec has created two surfactant blends based on Iselux (INCI: Sodium Lauroyl Methyl Isethionate) that are biodegradable, derived from renewable resources and free of sulfates, ethylene oxide and amide.
Jan 5, 2012 | Michael J. Fevola, PhD, Johnson & Johnson; Camille Sasik, Aveda; Ramachandra Shastry, Arizona Chemical; and Robert Y. Lochhead, PhD, University of Southern Mississippi
Market trends are driving the development of polymer and surfactant ingredients toward natural origins—in particular, plants. In this article, the authors review some of the recent trends in green surfactants and polymers for hair care. One interesting technology transfer trend is the use of hydrogen-bonded supramolecular networks to produce self-healing fixative films.