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SYLVACLEAR Polymers in Sun Care

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Publication Date: 2012-Feb-21
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SYLVACLEAR™ Polymers in Sun Care

© 2011 Arizona Chemical Company,LLC

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SYLVACLEAR™ Polymers in Sun Care

• Film forming polymers repel water, bind actives and improve skin hydration


• Demonstrated SPF enhancing effect

• Polyamide functionality provides uniform dispersion and suspension of inorganic filters

• The gel structure used to control rheology ranging from spray to gel to lotion to stick


• Reduction or elimination of emulsifiers reduces wash off


• Polymeric emulsion stabilization

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SYLVACLEAR™ Polymers in Sun Care


Features


- Demonstrated SPF enhancing effect
- Compatible with organic and inorganic UV actives and

 used emollients in sun care formulation
- Film former repels water, binds actives and prevents water

 loss
- Polyamide functionality provides uniform dispersion and

 suspension of inorganic UV filters
- Reduction or elimination of emulsifiers.
- Acts as a compatibilizer and emulsion stabilizer

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SYLVACLEAR™ Polymers in Sun Care

Benefits
- Allows reduced use of UV actives
- Excellent for aesthetically pleasing formulations
- Control rheology in a wide variety of formulations

 from sprays to gels to lotions to sticks
- Excellent for water resistant formulations
- High bio-renewable carbon content
- Non-irritating, mild and safe

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SYLVACLEARTM Polymers in Sun Care

Applications
- UVA/UVB sunscreens
- Sun screens with inorganic and/or organic actives
- Water resistant formulations
- Wide range of products containing sun screen

actives


• Hand and face creams


• Make up creams and lotions


• Medicated and moisturizing creams


• Leave on cosmetic products


• Wash off products like body wash

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SYLVACLEAR™ Polymers in Sun Care

SYLVACLEAR™ A200V and A2614V


• Very high bio-renewable carbon content

• Gels low-polar liquids: mineral oils, hydrocarbons, esters, castor oil, fatty acid methyl esters
• Hydrophobic = water repellent


• Used in the oil phase at ~2 to 4 percent loading


• Forms Water-in-gelled Oil Emulsion (W/OG)


• Benefits in Sun Care:

- compatible with organic actives
- water repellent agent
- film forming
- SPF enhancer
- stabilization of inorganic sunscreen actives and emulsions - at high levels acts as a structurant (forms sticks)

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SYLVACLEAR™ Polymers in Sun Care

SYLVACLEAR™ C75V


• Lowest softening point polymer


• Highest bio-renewable carbon content

• Gels low polarity to medium polarity organic liquids: mineral oils, hydrocarbons, esters and emollients


• Hydrophobic = water repellent


• Used in the oil phase at ~2 to 4 percent loading


• Forms Water-in-gelled Oil Emulsion (W/OG)


• Benefits in Sun Care:

- water repellent agent,
- film forming,
- SPF enhancer,
- stabilization of inorganic sunscreen active...