So, you can't use D4 or D5 silicones: What are the alternatives?
With the cosmetics industry searching for alternatives to commonly used silicones such as cyclomethicone and dimethicone, John Woodruff explores silicone replacements, silicone hybrids and other novel alternatives to more controversial materials
Ingredients – The emulsifier effect
Emulsifiers are broader in type and functionality than ever before. As well as increasingly sophisticated emulsifiers for w/o emulsions with a better skin feel, suppliers are offering multifunctional blends to simplify the formulation process and ones that meet green demands like biodegradability, natural origin and environmentally friendly manufacture