Cosmetic

Cosmetic

In cosmetic industry, high viscous dispersions are playing an important role. These systems are very difficult to characterize with standardised techniques. Beside shelf life studies with TURBISCAN, the big challenge is the homogenisation of these products and its several components. One possible solution could be RHEOLASER CRYSTAL by monitoring the melting behaviour.Furthermore, rheological behaviour plays an important role for application of products and sensory properties. Both, the viscosity at high shear rates and viscoelastic properties at zero shear could be very interesting for R&D and application.Sometimes, drying properties of systems like make-up or nail varnishes are crucial properties for these systems.

Kosmetik, Salbe, Creme
Kosmetik, Salbe, Tube, Finger, Creme

Several Methods for cosmetic products

ANALYSYS METHOD PARAMETER MEASURING INSTRUMENT
Crystallisation Melting, Homogeneity RHEOLASER Crystal
Optical Microfluidic Dynamic viscosity FLUIDICAM Rheo
TURBISCAN principle Multiple light scattering Stability of dispersions TURBISCAN Lab
TURBISCAN TOWER
TURBISCAN AGS
Micro rheology with MS-DWS Rheological properties RHEOLASER Master
Film formation MS-DWS Drying behaviour RHEOLASER Coating
Laser diffraction (wet or dry) Particle size of powder Bettersizer S3 Plus
Bettersizer S3
Bettersizer 2600
Bettersizer ST
Image analysis Particle shape BeVision D2
Bettersizer S3 Plus
DLS – dynamic light scattering

(Photon correlation)

Particle size in nanometer ranges Nanoptic 90
Acoustic spectrometry Particle size in micrometer and nanometer ranges in concentrated dispersions DT-1202
DT-100
Electro acoustic Zeta potential DT-1202
DT-310
DT-300
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