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HEC YB 300

EipponCell® HEC YB 300 Hydroxyethyl cellulose plays a vital role as a conditioner, offering protection to the skin and hair cuticles.    It forms a protective shield against both physical and chemical damage and irritation.

Furthermore, through cationic modification, hydroxyethyl cellulose undergoes a remarkable transformation.    This alteration significantly enhances its light transmittance properties.    To take this a step further, cationic hydroxypropylation of cellulose can boost light transmittance levels.    In fact, when the proportion of hydroxyethyl cellulose treated with propylene oxide reaches 30%, the transmittance surges to an impressive level, surpassing the 90% mark.    This development has significant implications for products aimed at skin and hair care, enhancing their visual appeal and effectiveness.

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Specification of HEC YB 300

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 300
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 240-360 mPa.s
Viscosity NDJ 2% Solution 240-360 mPa.s
Moisture Max5%
Ash content Max5%
HS code 39123900

Application of HEC YB 300

KimaCell® HEC HS300 Hydroxyethyl cellulose finds its primary application in hair care products, primarily focusing on enhancing hair's softness and manageability.

HEC exhibits an intriguing ability to create a uniform, see-through, and glossy film, which can substantially improve the visual appeal of hair. Importantly, it boasts a balanced affinity for adhering to hair without causing buildup or accumulation. In addition to directly conditioning hair, the cationic cellulose polymer within HEC collaborates synergistically with silicone oil. This partnership is particularly impactful when it comes to interacting with the negative charge present in hair.

Notably, cationic cellulose has the remarkable capacity to prevent the unwanted deposition of silicone oil on hair strands. This careful balance ensures that hair retains its natural volume and avoids feeling greasy, resulting in a comprehensive and ideal conditioning effect. Consequently, cationic derivatives of HEC have earned widespread utilization in hair care shampoos, delivering superior performance and a pleasant tactile experience to users.

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