Indeed, there are a few cheaper ones. Based on the manual online, I'm guessing this one is from 1998. The cheapest new models I could find are in the 3k range.
Sounds like it should work although it's a bit unclear as to whether a microtip will be…
No special claims just "soothes and protects..."
Was hoping to use it in a hydrolipid dispersion for irritated skin. Post peel, post sun, that sort of thing.
Your answer about different feedstocks makes a lot of sense.
Am playing around with a facial mask formula with Fructan Gum (chicory inulin) from Sensient. The fat like texture is a useful attribute. Good for emulsifier free claims.
The gelling properties are well researched in the low-fat food science arena.…
So far I've been buying smaller quantities through this UK reseller. Shipping costs are reasonable.
They have pack sizes of up to 10 kg. Unsur…
Thought the last one made reference to the ideal ceramide/cholesterol/free fatty acid ratio but it's in this one
I agree with @Belassi and the propensity for bentonite to be irritating.
You may also find the following excerpt from this recent article helpful:
The most common clays used for thickening water-based products are smectite, hectorite, and montmori…
Wow... glad I refreshed this page again. Thanks @Bill_Toge !
I was busy playing around with these free tutorials to see if I could teach myself...
Now I know the rig…
They would be soaps to appeal to tourists of the Far North. So the wild game tallow is essentially the story line. "Bear and Honey", "Beaver and Birch", "Wild Moose"... you get the idea.
Although, I do see the potenti…
The best I could come up with is this supplier's brochure that suggests Radish oil has the same skin feel as Isopropyl Palmitate while performing a barrier function superior to IPP.
And this study that states:
Interesting they would state it is soluble in water as none of the individual components is particularly water soluble.
There is some more information of the glyceryl caprylate/glyceryl undecylenate combo on the attached datasheet under "Plant…
Solubility data for Tristat Eco which is identical to Kem Nat
Propylene glycol >50
Ethylhexyl palmitate >50
@Belassi one of these links should work: