Have you ever seen the word ‘emulsifier’? Have you ever wondered what that is, and what it does? Wonder no more! In this blog post, we’re going to take a closer look at emulsifiers, and learn all about how they work.
What is an emulsifier?
Emulsifiers are ingredients that help to keep skincare products from separating into their oil and water-based components. This is especially important in moisturizers, as it helps the product to be evenly distributed and provide all-over hydration. Without an emulsifier, the oils and water in your formula would separate.
How do emulsifiers work?
Emulsifiers work by binding the oil and water components of a skincare product together. This creates a stable mixture that is less likely to separate over time. The end result is a more effective moisturizer that provides all-over hydration without leaving your skin feeling greasy or oily.
What are some common emulsifiers used in skincare products?
Some common emulsifiers used in skincare products include cetearyl alcohol, glyceryl stearate, PEG-100 stearate, and steareth-20.
Each of these ingredients helps to create a stable mixture of oils and water, resulting in a better overall moisturizing experience.
So now that we know all about emulsifiers, it’s time to get started on your own DIY project! Head to our website and purchase an emulsifier today.
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