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I came across many polyglyceryl esters and often confused which ester to use in a formulation. For example how do i know when to use polyglyceryl-2 caprate, polyglyceryl-3 caprate and polyglyceryl-4 caprate? Based on HLB value?

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  • @Perry if silicone is not soluble then it won't be a clear shampoo? How can i get a clear shampoo without silicone?
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  • i think you can try using polyglycerol esters which have high HLB
  • I will try formulating with these ingredientsthanks for the input
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  • @Bill_Toge Thank you for your opinionSorry I made a mistake on the previous statementOil phase + water + emulsifier :SPF=7 Oil phase + emulsifier :SPF 30 (like calculated) I will try to change the emulsifer used. Currently I am using an anionic emul…
  • I checked the SPF on the following combination Oil phase + water + emulsifier :SPF=30 (like calculated)Oil phase + emulsifier :SPF 30 (like calculated) With this results can i say hydrolysis occur in the formulation? Please advise
  • However I did the SPF test on the oil phase alone and got the expected SPF value (SPF 30) Oil PhaseAvobenzone- 5%Octoocrylene - 4%Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate- 7.5%Benzophenone-3 - 1%Ethylhexyl Salicylate - 5%Uvinul A Plus - 2%Triethylhexanoin -10% I…
  • by standard stability test you are referring to 5C, room temperature and 45C?
  • @makingskincare thank you for the information. I would like to know if I am only using 1 type of emulsifier (either w/o or o/w emulsifier) will the phase transformation still takes place? If this still takes place then in a normal o/w emulsion I ass…
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  • Refering to the ingredients above, in your opinion which holds the more responsible in forming a gel?The copolymer or the glyceryl oleate?
  • @Bobzchemist Thank you for your inputThe below article stated that they measure the gel stiffness in C value penetrationPlease have a look http://www.google.co.ao/patents/US3775448
  • can somebody tell me how is gel stiffness measurement is made?through rheometer or penetrometer?and how does the C value quantify the gel stiffness? Thank you so much for your input
  • ok thanks. can anyone tell me other possibilities of bad performance?
  • @bobzchemist I am just guessing. Sometimes the the heavy metal comes from the reactor tankI have customer complaining that my glyceryl oleate is not giving the same gel stiffness as the previous supplier. I was just wondering what is the chemistry b…
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