Article by: Perry Romanowski
This seems like it would be a violation of the second law of thermodynamics but if you look at the system as a whole, the entropy of the universe continues to increase. Pretty cool example of Laminar Flow though.
Laminar flow is a phenomena in which layers of a liquid flow parallel but do not experience any lateral mixing. When you’re making a cosmetic formula laminar flow is not a positive thing. You need lots of turbulent mixing to ensure that you create a homogenous mixture.