BIO-CellularGEL™: Multidimensional sensory enhancer based on sol-gel transition

BIO-CellularGEL™: Multidimensional sensory enhancer based on sol-gel transition

14 Jun 2018, 16:30 - 17:00

Technical Seminars Theatre
Language:
Korean

Rheology modifiers have an important implication in helping to formulate good quality cosmetics products. The phenomenon of “thixotropic” improves the formulation texture when rheology modifier is applied on the skin. The most commonly used parameters in rheology are viscosity and shear rate. Lower product viscosity at higher shear rate seems to be associated with better secondary skin feeling.

BIO-CellularGEL™ shows a unique shear thinning. It is a microfibrillated cellulose developed through an environmentally friendly process from bacterial cellulose.

In addition, BIO-CellularGEL™ forms a very thin film on the skin giving a smoother looking skin and less noticeable lines.

Contributors

  • Song seok Shin

    Speaker

    Vice President/PhD

    SKbioland

      Education   Ph.D. Chemistry (Seoul National Univ., Korea) (1998) M.S. Chemistry (Seoul National Univ., Korea) (1994) B.S. Industrial Chemistry...

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