Shampoo refers to a hair care product with functions such as anti-dandruff, baking oil and hair coloring. The shampoo contains a variety of ingredients that work together to cleanse the scalp and hair. Usually the most effective ingredients in shampoos are surfactants. Surfactants play a role in cleaning the hair and scalp. When the shampoo is mixed with water, it can produce foam, but the amount of foam does not reflect cleaning. strength of ability. Shampoo generally uses the mixed salt of triethanolamine of fatty alcohol sulfate and amine hydroxide, lauryl isopropanolamide, formaldehyde, polyoxyethylene, lanolin, fragrance, colorant and water as raw materials.
The main surfactants used in shampoo are: fatty alcohol polyoxyethylene ether sulfate sodium AES (ammonium), coconut oil diethanolamide (6501), betaine (CAB-35), quaternary ammonium salt softener, amino acid surface Active agent, SLS and some functional additives: silicone slippery brightener, dandruff anti-dandruff antiseptic, pearlescent agent, preservative, flavor, pigment, etc.
KimaCell cellulose ethers are widely used as thickeners, rheology modifiers, emulsifiers and dispersants in Shampoo products. KimaCell cellulose ethers have pseudoplastic and shear thinning properties. Shampoo products can be formulated with KimaCell cellulose ethers to not only provide thickening benefits to the product, but also improve solution stability.
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