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New Silicone Amine fluids and Emulsions thereof in Cosmetic and Detergent applications

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000029348D
Publication Date: 2004-Jun-25
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Abstract

Wacker developed new a-w Silicone Amine fluids with a viscosity range from 1to 100,000 mm2/s and molecular weight from 200 to 100,000 Dalton.

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New Silicone Amine fluids and Emulsions thereof in Cosmetic and Detergent applications:

Wacker developed new a-w Silicone Amine fluids with a viscosity range from 1to 100,000 mm2/s and molecular weight from 200 to 100,000 Dalton.

The purity of these fluids can be got from >90% up to a qaulity where the purity is >99%. Purity describes the grade of a-w functionality, other functionality is not present in this fluids.

Wacker was also perfomred tests with blends of these fluids and macro and micro emulsions out of these fluids with an active content from 10% to 60% either by diluting or emulsifying these fluids.

These fluids , blends and emulsions can be used in different applications like personal care, home care, textile finishing, car polish, cosmetics, detergents, fabric softeners and others.

In cosmetics these fluids and emulsions had specially tested in shampoos, conditioning shampoos, conditioners, after dye treatment and hair relaxer treatments and hair styling applications.

Tests showed that these new fluids and emulsions give advantages in overall conditioning, like for example reduction of dry and wet combing forces, UV protection, color protection and hair feel and softness.

In detergent and softeners use of these fluids and emulsions provides a better softness and feel as well as grip. The new products can be used in liquid and powder detergent applications to get benefits in above mentioned and also reduction of wrinkles and easy ironing. These effects can be foun...