Safety about using the common emulsifiers vs. lamellar ones
Hi, I am new here. Just make my own face and body lotion for myself. I don't have ambitions to find a job, or something else. So, as a male I am looking for something that is light, non-greasy and non-shiny. I have found that BTMS-50 in combination with Behenyl alcochol do the job perfectly. But I am concerned about safety by using this emulsifier. I have read that the normal emulsifiers could break the stratum corneum barrier, because they still emulsify after the emulsification proces has been finished. I have tried these so called lamellar emulsifiers, like - Olivem 1000, Montanov 202 and Simulgreen but I couldn't get this nice matte effect of the cationic BTSM.
So, my question is : Are there any serious studies that
prove that assertion, and if there are - how actually serious is the problem. I
mean is there a risk to use for myself my homemade lotion for a long time?
Thanks in advance, and greetings from Bulgaria