Application of emulsifier in the cosmetics industry
In cosmetic machinery equipment, or in a cosmetic production line equipment, it is generally composed of a plurality of cosmetic equipment. In these devices or production lines, the most important role is the emulsifier equipment. What are the applications of emulsifier equipment in the cosmetics industry? Emulsifiers are widely used in the production of cosmetic creams, ointments, lotions, carbomers, toothpastes and other products. What are its advantages? Take a look!
First, cream, ointment, lotion
In cosmetic creams, ointments, lotions, and many other products, their manufacturing processes are basically similar. The production process of these products is generally to hydrate, disperse, or disperse thickeners, pigments, perfumes or other active agents into another oil phase or aqueous phase. The two phases are then emulsified, cooled, and packaged. The difficulty lies in how to effectively hydrate the powder (often difficult to disperse), how to effectively carry out two-phase emulsification and obtain a uniform product. Modern first/in/the cosmetics industry equipment can solve these problems.
Advantages of vacuum emulsifier equipment in the manufacture of creams, ointments and lotions:
Carbomer® (Carbomer® is a registered trademark of Noveon Corporation) is one of the most commonly used carbohydrates. It is a component of cosmetics used for the thickening, suspension, stabilization and emulsification of cosmetics. Carbomer® is very low in density and is prone to flying dust. If it is not given high energy agitation, it is easy to float on the surface of the liquid. Dissolved in a liquid, it is more likely to agglomerate or produce fish eyes. The viscosity of the product is very sensitive to pH. Therefore, it is necessary to add a pH adjuster (high pH substance) to adjust the viscosity of the finished product. Yikai offers a range of high shear dispersers to provide solutions for cosmetic manufacturers.
Advantages of high shear emulsifiers for aqueous carbomer processing:
Toothpaste is a household item that we are very familiar with. However, there will be certain difficulties in the production process. Different types of solids need to be dispersed into the aqueous phase during the manufacturing process. These solids include thickeners (such as CMC, cellulose, xanthan gum, etc.), abrasives (such as silica), perfumes, pigments, and other ingredients (such as fluoride). Traditional hybrid technology takes a long time to solve the problem of product agglomeration and agglomeration. Moreover, the product is not easy to stabilize, the two phases are easily separated, and the raw materials are wasted. Hybrid dispersion equipment can help you solve the above problems.