Water - retaining components

 
Water - retaining components - are chemical substances on the basis of propylene glycol, glycerin (fatty alcohols), which are solvent and the basis for many liquid detergents, toothpastes, cosmetics. Sorbitol and glycerin help to increase the solubility of poorly soluble substances in water. With their help you can adjust the viscosity of the solution, release the products in other forms (liquid state instead of solid), to develop new formulations, to improve the quality of cosmetic products.
 
Unique Technological Offer
 
  • The high content of the basic substance, low dose, high efficiency of usage.
  • Various trade forms: food, technical, etc.
  • A high degree of purification and modern production technologies allow to use even as a solvent for flavor compositions
 
Glycols are additives in food industry, are used in pharmaceuticals and cosmetics. Glycerin has moisturizing effect, due to ability to form a protective, water - retaining layer on the surface of skin. Maximum allowable concentration in the cosmetics no more than 7%
 
 
The range of water – retaining components
Denomination
  • Propylene glycol
  • Glycerol
  • Sorbitol