Patent Pick: Corona-core Microgels Go with Skin's Flow


As most formulators know, to successfully combine discontinuous phases, the addition of a surfactant emulsifier usually is required. Such emulsifying agents are especially useful in oil-in-water (o/w) emulsions, where finely dispersed liquid drops of the oil phase are surrounded by the emulsifying agent in the continuous water phase. This arrangement is said to provide superior texture and gives a dewy, fresh tactile sensation.

Log in to view the full article
More in Literature/Data