Mild nonionic surfactants, solubilizers

• mild nonionic secondary surfactants for hair and skin • solubilizers of lipophilic substances • hydrophilic emulsifiers for O/W systems • based on vegetable raw materials

Goldschmidt Personal Care

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turbid app. 15 TAGAT® L2 liquid app. 16 Solubility at 10 % concentration and 25 ° C in Water Vegetable oils Paraffin oil Cosmetic alcohol TAGAT® CH 40 soluble soluble with slight turbidity soluble with slight turbidity soluble TAGAT CH 60 ® TAGAT L2 ® soluble soluble with slight turbidity soluble with slight turbidity soluble soluble insoluble insoluble soluble Page 2 of 5 . turbid app. 13 TAGAT® CH 60 pasty solid.TAGAT Product TAGAT CH 40 TAGAT® CH 60 TAGAT® L 2 TAGAT O 2 V TAGAT S TAGAT® S 2 ® ® ® ® INCI Name (CTFA name) PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil PEG-20 Glyceryl Laurate PEG-20 Glyceryl Oleate PEG-30 Glyceryl Stearate PEG-20 Glyceryl Stearate Chemical and physical properties (not part of specifications) Form (25 ° C) HLB TAGAT® CH 40 pasty.

common nonionic surfactant viscosity builder best foam effects (stabilizing) slight foam reduction irritancy mitigator oil solubilizer clearly soluble in water vitamin/fragrance solubilizer O/W emulsifier for creams and rinses stabilizing of conditioning additives improves skin feel/refatting effect emollient -skin softener TAGAT L2 TAGAT O2V ® TAGAT S ® TAGAT S2 ® Page 3 of 5 . 15 Solubility at 10 % concentration and 25 ° C in Water Vegetable oils Paraffin oil Cosmetic alcohol TAGAT CH 40 ® TAGAT® O2V soluble insoluble insoluble soluble TAGAT CH 60 ® TAGAT S ® TAGAT S2 ® soluble with slight turbidity insoluble insoluble soluble ® soluble with slight turbidity insoluble insoluble soluble Properties liquid universal.Chemical and physical properties (not part of specifications) Form (25 ° C) HLB TAGAT O2V liquid ® TAGAT S ® TAGAT S2 ® semi-solid app. 15 app. 16 semi-solid app.

e. that is homogenized at 60 ° C. For creams the particle size of the internal phase should be adjusted to 1 . Allow approx.80 ° C. 30 minutes for this cooling process. As consistency enhancing additives TEGIN® M (glyceryl stearate) and/or TEGO® Alkanol (cetyl alcohol and/or stearyl alcohol) are recommended. ® ® With TAGAT S and TAGAT CH 60 it is ossible to stabilize dispersed conditioning agents. Packing 800 kg pallet (4 x 200 kg drum) Hazardous goods classification Information concerning − classification and labelling according to regulations for transport and for dangerous substances − protective measures for storage and handling − measures in case of accidents and fires − toxicity and ecological effects is given in our material safety data sheets. g.3 µm. fine. The irritating effect of laureth sulphate and even the low irritation potential of surfactant systems like SLES/CAPB may be suppressed totally by using TAGAT® S or TAGAT® CH 60. Page 4 of 5 . at the same temperature.Application in • • • shampoos shower and foam bath preparations O/W emulsions TAGAT® CH 40 and TAGAT® CH 60 are used as non-ionic surfactants and as universal solubilizer in toiletry products like shampoo and shower preparations. In principle moderate warming facilitates and accelerates solubilization. is stirred into the oil phase. followed by addition of the other ingredients. in 2-in-1-shampoos. TAGAT® S and TAGAT® S 2 are emulsifiers for oil-in-water emulsions. it is generally sufficient to mix it intensively with the oils. ® TAGAT O 2 V is preferred for the solubilization of polar oils and vitamins in aqueous systems. TAGAT® L 2 is a non-ionic surfactant with foam enhancing properties.to mediumdispersed pre-emulsion. Very mild formulations are obtainable with high ethoxylated non-ionic surfactants. Add perfume at approx. Solid or semi-solid TAGAT® types are processed warm. The water phase. ensuring continual slight motion by stirring. for lotions below 1 µm. Preparation Solubilization: If using one of the liquid TAGAT® types as a solubilizer in aqueous surfactant solutions. 45 ° C. This results in a low viscosity. O/W emulsions: TAGAT® products are heated together with fats and oil-soluble substances to 65 . The emulsion is cooled to the filling temperature of 35 to 30 ° C.

0 % q.0 % 7.6 % 10. Urea. s.0 % 40. Glycol Distearate. Sorbitan Laurate) L 2/01 TEGO Pearl S 33 ® Preservative. s.5 % 7. Cocamidopropyl Betaine.0 % 6. Inositol. Sodium PCA. white ® TAGAT S 2 Phase B Propylene glycol Water Fragrance Sodium Laureth Sulfate.0 % 0. Perfume ® TAGAT S 2 Jojoba oil α-Olefin sulphonate (sodium salt 37 %) Water ® TEGO Betain L 50 (Cocamidopropyl Betaine) (Sodium C14-16 Olefin Sulfonate.0 % Preparation: Mix in the given order. Fructose. Sodium Benzoate. Refatting shower bath ® ANTIL 141 liquid (Sodium Lactate.0 % TAGAT CH 40 ® ® TEGO Alkanol 16 (Cetyl Alcohol) (PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil) ISOLAN GO 33 TEGOSOFT CT ® (Polyglyceryl-3 Oleate) (Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride) Petrolatum. stir until cool.0 % (PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate) 2.3 % 42.9 % 37.Guide Line Formulations Cream base (DAC) Phase A ® TEGIN M (Glyceryl Stearate) ® Clear skin caring shower gel for dry skin ® TEGOSOFT GC 4.6 % 3.0 % 0. 28% Water ® TEGO Betain F 50 (Cocamidopropyl Betaine) LACTIL ® Preparation: Heat A and B separately to about 70 ° C.0 % ad 100 % 9. colour Preparation: Mix in the given order. Niacinamide.0 % 2. Page 5 of 5 . q. Stir B slowly into A. Glycine.5 % 25. PEG-55 Propylene Glycol Oleate) 3.5 % 1. Lactic Acid) ANTIL 171 ® (PEG-18 Glyceryl Oleate/Cocoate) 2. 6.0 % (Propylene Glycol.0 % 10.5 % 30.7 % 1.

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