We have a broad range of emulsifiers and solubilisers. We have categorised this specific group according to their chemical structure.
Sorbitan esters are lipophilic non-ionic surfactants that are used as emulsifying agents in the preparation of emulsions, creams, and ointments for pharmaceutical and cosmetic use.
One of the most used groups in traditional formulations is ethoxylated cetostearylalcohol
The only vegetable oil with free hydroxyl groups in the fatty acid chain is castor oil. These free OH groups allow for the production of a range of emulsifiers and solubilisers.
Lanolin and its many derivatives are used extensively in both the personal care (e.g. In high value cosmetics, facial cosmetics, lip products etc) and health care sectors. Lanolin is frequently used in protective baby skin treatment (and nursing mother) markets. Lanolin can absorb up to 3 times its weight in water.
Used as a co-emulsifier in o/w emulsions and as an emulsifier in w/o emulsions. It is also a consistency agent in cosmetic emulsions.
Our blends offer a lot of advantages for our customers. Not only does it save time and money in your R&D, it also saves valuable warehouse space as you buy one product instead of multiple products.
In the group of fatty acids, we have a wide range of products consisting of one carboxylic group with an ever-changing alkyl chain starting from C6 and ending at C22. This broad range of fatty acids not only includes chemically pure fatty acids, but also the natural cuts from amongst others coconut and rapeseed oil. Fatty acids are widely used in all kinds of different industries and depending on their chain length, contribute with unique characteristics to the value of your formulation.