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Antiperspirants: Best Formulation Practices

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Recorded on Dec 7, 2016

Formulate faster antiperspirants (of any forms- Stick, Gel, Spray, Roll-on) knowing how to select the right active ingredients & comply easily with your targeted market regulation.

Eric will share with you a structured review on active ingredients to use among Al chlorohydrates, Al Zr chlorohydrates, Al sulfate..., testing methods to optimize performance as well as formulation guide per application with real life commercial examples.

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Eric Abrutyn Presented By:
Eric Abrutyn

Length: 90 min

Course Type: Formulation
Level: Beginner

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Why should you view this course?

Each antiperspirant form (stick, gel, spray, roll on) calls for a specific formulation approach. Attend this online course and get a fresh pair of eyes on industry best practice. You will gain in efficiency to:

  1. Formulate easily for any antiperspirant requirement (no whitening, spray, roll-on...) by clarifying best suited ingredients & strategies for each case.
  2. Save time finding the “right” active ingredient (Al chlorohydrates, Al Zr chlorohydrates, Al sulfate…) with an organized set of selection criteria
  3. Comply easily with your targeted market regulation with a clear view of regulatory landscape and hands-on expert guidance
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Who should view this course?

Antiperspirant formulators

Course Outline

The following sections will be covered during this session:

  1. Introduction: definitions, antiperspirant actives, concentration levels...

  2. Global Regulations for Antiperspirants (US, Canada, New-Zealand, EU, Australia, Japan, Latin America...): How to be compliant

  3. Fundamental Understanding – Active Sweat Glands

  4. Antiperspirant Active Salts (Al chlorohydrates, Al Zr chlorohydrates, Al sulfate…)

  5. Analytical Measurement Techniques

  6. Clinical Evaluation Methods

  7. Overview of consumer needs and drivers: no-whitening, wetness protection, odor protection, invisible application, silky skin...

  8. Formulating Antiperspirant Products In Practice (gel, stick, solft solid, roll-on, aerosol)
    • Typical Ingredients Used & Commercial Examples
    • Starting Point Formulations

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