Watery Cream — Cosmetic Science Talk
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I want to make a cream that is transparent. I have an old formula but the final result is white because of the emulsifiers (which also have a waxy texture, that you can just put it in your hair). Any suggestions?
I think a cream by definition is not transparent.
What do you want the end product to do?
Most likely to get a transparent formula you will have to make a gel using carbomer.
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I agree with Perry. It is impossible to have a transparent final product, when creams have 2 fazes in which a faze is dispersed in the other.
I know but our marketing wants it transparent. I havent seen a facial cream that is transparent. But I guess our marketing dept. wants it unique. We want the cream to moisturize the skin. A gel-like texture that when rubbed becomes watery.
Try sepineo p600. It should make a cream translucent and trasparent + watery when applied on the skin. As you know it will depend on the oil faze you will add. You should stick to trasnparent oils like paraffin oil...
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