Viscosity — Cosmetic Science Talk
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Color and makeup
Starting a cosmetic line
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i'm trying to make a liquid soap without Cocamide DEA, PEGs and Sodium Chloride. The product have dyes so i use benzophone-4 but this broke my viscosity.
You have only listed a few ingredients you aren't using.
How can we help if we have to guess the ingredients you do use?
simple, we use our latent powers of telepathy
UK based formulation chemist. Strongest subjects: hair styling, hair bleaches, hair dyes (oxidative and non-oxidative) I know some stuff about: EU regulations, emulsions (O/W and W/O), toothpaste, mouthwash, shampoos, other toiletries
You're right, thanks for reminding me of our paranormal powers!
thanks for that humor. ...you know we need paranormal gifts for some of the requests that we get lol If it can contribute to the laugher a bit, I was asked if I could "formulate" a textile good the other day. ...while knowing that many textiles can be in fact formulated, I couldn't help but replying with, "hold on, let me check if my sewing machine is in the closet". It's a pre-requisite for sure: sense of humor. lol
Lots of Make-up, Thermoplastic & Cosmetic Formulations - Color Expertise, Adhesives, Color Matching (including oxidized hair color), Consulting. R&D. Collaborations Welcomed.
edited March 12
Humor or not - sometimes I seriously get the impression that consumers would read the NOT-in- the- list-of-ingredients more thoroughly than the actual LOI.
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