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Personal Care--Shampoo

Shampoos are usually made with surfactants, usually sodium dodecyl sulfate and/or sodium laureth sulfate and auxiliary surfactants, usually cocamidopropyl betaine. Other ingredients are used to ease rinsing or repair damaged hair. Many shampoos are pearlescent.Because of the good compatibility with surfactants, celopre® grades are recommended to give shampoos the desired consistency and provide good stability, especially for products with pearlescent effects. Furthermore, Celopre® types act as a film former and thus support the active ingredients by improving their adhesion to the hair.


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Properties of cellulose ether in shampoo

1. Using natural raw materials, low irritation, mild performance, safety and environmental protection;

2. Water soluble, thickening: it can be quickly dissolved in cold water, dissolved in some organic solvents and mixtures of water and organic solvents; 

3. Water retention :HPMC hydrophilic can be added to the paste, paste, paste products, maintain high water retention

4. Emulsion stabilization. As emulsifiers, Cellulose polymers facilitate dispersion and blending of other ingredients, thereby improving consistency and stability of oil-in-water formulations.

5. Surface activityIn contrast with most other water-soluble polymers that exhibit little or no surface activity, Celotech polymers are moderately surface-active. This property allows useful formulation benefits such as emulsion stability, lather enchancement, dispersion, and lubricity.

Celopre®series   is currently widely used in personal care products such as shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, cream, shower gel, hair color, toothpaste, etc. If you are interested in our products ,please feel free to contact us. Email: