PEG-12 Carnauba

/PEG-12 Carnauba

PEG-12 Carnauba

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PEG Carnauba is a polyethylene glycol derivative of natural Type 1 yellow carnauba wax. Formulators use it as a thickening agent for film forming and emulsifying. It imparts a non-greasy feel to your formulations and gives the final product additional slip feel. PEG Carnauba, a cost effective raw material, provides superior stability. It is film forming and imparts a non-waxy feel when compared with other conventional cosmetic ingredients. In emulsion systems, the high molecular weight monoesters (> C-60) are popular for their film forming and barrier properties. Monoesters are very easy to stabilize using PEG Carnauba.

Advantages: Depending on the individual formulation, there are instances where the PEG Carnauba will need secondary emulsifiers to ensure complete emulsification.

Uses: Formulators use PEG-12 Carnauba for creams, lotions, sunscreens, hair conditioners, shampoos, lipsticks, make-ups, mascaras, stick pencils and ointments

Description

Melting Point (S)  80-85°C
Melting Point (M)  USP 741, Apparatus II
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Acid Value (S)  2 Maximum
Acid Value (M)  USP 401
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Saponification Value (S)  60-75
Saponification Value (M)  USP 401
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Color (S)  Yellow to Light Brown
Color (M)  Visual
INCI Name  PEG-12 Carnauba
EU INCI Name  PEG-12 Carnauba
CAS#  Not assigned
EINECS#  Not assigned
Canada  Unknown at time of print
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China  Unknown at time of print
Australia  Unknown at time of print
Reach  Unknown at time of print
Kosher  Yes
Organic  No
GMO-Free  No
NPA  No
GRAS  No
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