Emulsifiers are substances that help two different phases to mix: aqueous and fatty. There are two types of emulsions: fat in water (O/W) and water in fat (W/O). Examples of O/W emulsions are: soap, body wash, facial toner with essential oils, cosmetic products that moisturise the skin and prevent dryness, washing and cleansing products that remove oily impurities. Examples of W/O emulsions are: facial moisturisers, make-up remover, low-calorie fat blends, dry soaps, etc.


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Emulsifiers are used in cosmetic products to combine water-soluble components with fatty components to produce a complex-acting product.
The choice of emulsifier is determined by the components of the product: the higher the number of fatty ingredients, the greater the variety and the more emulsifiers will be needed. We recommend that you try small tests before making the product to see if
The most popular emulsifiers are: polyethylene glycol 200, cocamide-popyl betaine, ethanol, coco glucoside, decyl glucoside, gum arabic/acacia gum.

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