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The material selection platform
Coatings Ingredients
The material selection platform
Coatings Ingredients
Online Course

Emulsifiers & Surfactant Selection for Stable Cosmetics

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Tuesday Jun 18, 2024

Avoid instability issues in your cosmetic emulsions (o/w, w/o, blends…) by learning about the various stabilization mechanisms, formulation methodologies, evaluation techniques & tests to cater the current market needs!

Mark Chandler will help you become autonomous in formulating stable cleansers, leave-on skin care products, shampoos, hand wash, etc., by sharing detailed insights on classes of emulsifiers & surfactant, their selection & formulation.

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Presented By:
Mark Chandler

Length: 90 min

Course Type: Formulation
Level: Advanced

Next Session: Jun 18, 2024
10:00 a.m. (New York City)
4:00 p.m. (Paris)

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Why should you attend?

Emulsifiers and surfactants play a significant role in formulating stable cosmetic products (synthetic, natural, sensory…). But, is it easy to attain desired stability with the ingredients (o/w, w/o, blends…) that aren’t compatible? Fortunately, there is a clearly defined structure that can help you get started. Join this course and:


  1. Select faster the right surfactant / emulsifier depending on your application (cleanser or leave-on skin care products) by reviewing their functions and chemistries.

  2. Manage product stability better by learning about the various stabilization mechanisms (steric, charge, pickering, polymeric…) formulation methodologies, evaluation techniques (HLB) and tests.

  3. Get expert insights on various instability challenges (droplet coalescence, flocculation, creaming, sedimentation), especially when trying to formulate more natural or sensory products.

Emulsifiers & Surfactant Selection

Who should attend?

Cosmetic formulators, anyone involved in processing or marketing emulsions/emulsifiers , who are looking for guidance to select the right emulsifier for their leave-on skin care products and surfactant for cleansers must attend this course.



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Course Outline

  1. Emulsion Theory
    • Basic Types of Emulsions- O/W, W/O
    • Energy Sources for Emulsification- Physical, chemical, thermal
    • Destabilization Mechanisms- Creaming/sedimentation, flocculation, coalescence, Oswald ripening, phase inversion
    • Stabilization Mechanisms -Steric, electrostatic, liquid crystalline lamellar gel network, polymer microgel

  2. Four Stabilization Mechanisms - Detail
    • Advantages/Disadvantages -Stability, delivery, processing, formulating
    • Formulation Strategies -Emulsifier selection, HLB, mixing mechanisms
    • Processing Strategies -Making process fit product
    • 30 mins QnA - directly answered by the expert

  3. Have a query? Email us for any help!

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Members Reviews

The depth and breadth of the technical information was perfect for all levels of cosmetic scientists. We learned more details on emulsifier and surfactant systems than was previously known

Cassandra B. , from KDC Columbus

I learned how to process liquid cyrstal emulsions; I was not doing it properly, or as Mark suggested. Well rounded exposure with good presentation.

John C. , from Consultant- Personal Care

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