[video] Reinventing Conditioning with a Biodegradable Amino Lipid

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This video is sponsored by: INOLEX, Incorporated

Traditional hair conditioning quats could become a thing of the past thanks to an innovative biodegradable amino lipid from Inolex. AminoSensyl Ultra MB (INCI: Cetearyl Alcohol (and) Brassicyl Valinate Esylate) reportedly provides deep moisturization and strengthening across multiple hair types ranging from straight to coily; and hair states ranging from healthy to damaged.

See related: Inolex Issued European Patent for Multifunctionals, Announces Spectrastat CHA Chelating Agent

Award-winning Quat Replacement

Designed using green chemistry principles, AminoSensyl Ultra MB is described as a 100% natural, sustainable replacement for behentrimonium chloride. The ingredient recently won the 2024 C&T Allē Award for Most Significant Hair & Scalp Care Base Ingredient.

User and Aquatic Safety

With its non-permanent charge, AminoSensyl Ultra MB reportedly provides high-performance conditioning while remaining gentle to the scalp, eyes and skin. It is also readily biodegradable and safe for aquatic environments. 

Future Applications

Lisa Gandolfi, Ph.D., vice president of product and marketing at Inolex, described this innovation and its development in the following sponsored video. She also hinted at future applications for the material, including in textured hair care, among others.

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