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HEC YB 150000

The versatile application of EipponCell® HEC YB 150000 in the realm of skincare and daily-use products continues to expand.   This cellulose ether is finding widespread use in an array of products such as detergents, liquid soaps, hair care shampoos, and hair creams.   Furthermore, its presence is increasingly prevalent in nutritional lotions, fats, creams, lotions, and ointments.

In the capacity of a binder, HEC proves invaluable in fortifying binders against high-concentration ions, leading to a significant enhancement in the storage stability of pastes.   This, in turn, extends the storage lifespan of various products, including toothpaste.   Remarkably, toothpaste manufacturers can seamlessly incorporate HEC into high-salt toothpaste formulations with minimal impact on overall product cost. The versatility and cost-effectiveness of HEC make it a valuable ingredient in the formulation of a wide range of skincare and daily-use products.

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Specification of HEC YB 150000

Chemical name Hydroxyethyl Cellulose
Synonym 2-Hydroxy ethyl cellulose; Cellulose hydroxyethyl ether, Cellulose ether, Hydroxyethyl Cellulose
CAS number 9004-62-0
Brand EipponCell
Product Grade HEC YB 150000
Solubility Water Soluble Cellulose ether
Physical form White to off-white cellulose powder
PH(1%) 5.0 – 8.0
Degree of substitution 1.8 - 2.5
Viscosity Brookfield, 1% solution 7000-8000 mPa.s
Viscosity NDJ 2% Solution 120000-180000 mPa.s
Moisture Max5%
Ash content Max5%
HS code 39123900

Application of HEC YB 150000

EipponCell® HEC YB 150000 Hydroxyethyl cellulose plays a vital role in various skincare applications. Renowned for its outstanding resistance to solubility challenges posed by electrolytes, this HEC variant maintains stability even under high concentrations of salts. It stands out as the optimal choice for thickening soap-based shower gels, offering a viscosity specification of 150,000mPa.S.

In the realm of hand sanitizers, where the solubility of disinfectants and bactericides can vary significantly, the addition of HEC proves instrumental. HEC facilitates the creation of a uniform and stable emulsified system, ensuring consistent performance and efficacy.

Furthermore, HEC exhibits remarkable capabilities in emulsifying, thickening, and stabilizing oil/water or water/oil cream skincare products. Its recommended dosage ranges from 0.1% to 0.5%, showcasing its versatility and efficiency in enhancing the formulation of various skincare solutions.

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Recommended Hydroxyethylcellulose in Skin Care

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