If you'd like to know which surfactants are used in D-Phase gel formulas on the market, and the possible applications of recently launched products, Cosmetikwatch® offers you a technical study on the subject.
A D-phase gel is defined as a concentrated emulsion with the appearance of a gelled microemulsion. Its composition corresponds to a specific zone of the ternary diagram, which varies according to the surfactants used, and gives rise to an isotropic cubic phase.
This technology is based on the combination of the following ingredients: Surfactants + oil + polyol (+ water). It produces transparent or translucent gels (depending on the amount of water added). Water-free and concentrated, it meets today's eco-formulation challenges.
The resulting formula has a rich feel with a fairly heavy spread on the skin. In the presence of water, the texture transforms into a milky emulsion with excellent rinse-off properties.
If you'd like to find out more about the surfactants used in D-Phase gel formulas on the market, and the possible applications of recently launched products, Cosmetikwatch® offers you a 36-page pdf presentation with the following content:
-Definition of a D-Phase gel
-Surfactants used to formulate a D-Phase gel
-Database by Cosmetikwatch® search modes
-Analysis of D-Phase gel product applications
-Detailed presentation of 21 products launched with this technology
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