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Taurate Surfactants

Taurates Surfactants that provide exceptional flash-foam and volume of large lacy bubbles • Sodium Methyl Oleoyl Taurate: Low odour and color Mild, sulfate-free surfactant that is used in shampoos, body washes, etc. Helps build viscosity in surfactant formulations • Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate: 20 – 75% active material ; available in powder form and paste form Provides easy rinseability without leaving behind residue on hair and skin Compatible with all nonionic and anionic surfactants and is stable at extreme pH conditions

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Natural Emulsifiers

Natural Emulsifiers Functions : - Excellent dispersing agent for pigment - Hydrophilic emulsifier, plant-derived - Emulsifier with thickener & moisturizer - Deoactive ingredient - High substantiality and skin smoothening effect - Nonionic surfactant having superior detergent and forming ability - Will not lead to dry or tight skin and leaves no slimy residue - Stable under broad pH range Applications: - Make-up cosmetics - Lipstick - Foundations - Creams - Moisturizer - Body lotion - Body Oil - Body wash - Facial Cleanser - Body shower gel - Toothpaste - Hair conditioner - Anti Dandruff Shampoo - After Shave cream - Cleansing foam - Sprayable Sun lotion - Skin serum - Hair loss treatment - Mask - Anti-aging

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Volatile Silicones

Volatile Silicones Variants of cyclic silicones with different viscosities to offer. • Most widely used in all personal care applications including deodorants, APDO applications, skin care, sun care, hair sprays, colour cosmetics and hair conditioners • Low viscosity silicone fluids improves personal care products through enhanced spreading and lubrication properties • Hair Care  Serums  Treatments  Conditioners • Skin Care  Sweat inhibitor (aerosol, stick, roll-on) • Cosmetics  Volatile ingredient for powder cosmetics Performance Benefits  Colourless and odourless  Excellent compatibility with various types of cosmetic ingredients  Leaves no residue after volatizing, giving a clean, light feeling  Non-sticky  High volatility  Excellent solvency

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Volatile Silicones

Volatile Silicones Variants of cyclic silicones with different viscosities to offer. • Most widely used in all personal care applications including deodorants, APDO applications, skin care, sun care, hair sprays, colour cosmetics and hair conditioners • Low viscosity silicone fluids improves personal care products through enhanced spreading and lubrication properties • Hair Care  Serums  Treatments  Conditioners • Skin Care  Sweat inhibitor (aerosol, stick, roll-on) • Cosmetics  Volatile ingredient for powder cosmetics Performance Benefits  Colourless and odourless  Excellent compatibility with various types of cosmetic ingredients  Leaves no residue after volatizing, giving a clean, light feeling  Non-sticky  High volatility  Excellent solvency

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Taurate Surfactants

Taurates Surfactants that provide exceptional flash-foam and volume of large lacy bubbles • Sodium Methyl Oleoyl Taurate: Low odour and color Mild, sulfate-free surfactant that is used in shampoos, body washes, etc. Helps build viscosity in surfactant formulations • Sodium Methyl Cocoyl Taurate: 20 – 75% active material ; available in powder form and paste form Provides easy rinseability without leaving behind residue on hair and skin Compatible with all nonionic and anionic surfactants and is stable at extreme pH conditions

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