emollient

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Synonyms for emollient

Synonyms for emollient

toiletry consisting of any of various substances in the form of a thick liquid that have a soothing and moisturizing effect when applied to the skin

having a softening or soothing effect especially to the skin

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The report covers the global emollient esters market by its types as simple and complex emollients esters, by applications in skincare, cosmetics, haircare, and others, and company profiles of BASF SE, Evonik Industries AG, Lubrizol Corporation, Lonza Group Ltd.
Daily baths or showers of no more than 20 minutes with added emollients (plain water has a drying effect on skin) will help hydrate the skin (Lawton 2009).
cosurfactant content and overall emulsifier hydrophilicity need to be adjusted depending on the type of emollient.
Sequence of operations in chemical modification of hemp and flax hackling noil Variant I Variant II Variant III Variant IV -Treatment -Treatment with 2% with 3% emollients emollients preparation preparation Pektochem Pektochem bath bath -Removal of -Removal of bath bath -Scouring -Scouring with use of with use of detergents detergents -Final -Final operations operations Table 2.
The researchers testing aqueous cream defined irritant reactions as burning, stinging, itching and redness which developed within 20 minutes of applying an emollient to a child's skin.
In order to combat this problem the installation of heat-exchange plates in which the emollient can partially condense has been tried.
3%) Emollient Foam to a market leading combination gel containing clindamycin 1% - benzoyl peroxide 5%.
This unique polymer delivers controlled, targeted delivery from sprayable emulsions, novel textures that excite the user and the weightless suspension of emollients and beads in low viscosity fluids, according to Croda.
Emollients must be applied frequently, [1] at least twice during the day, even if there are no symptoms, and after swimming or bathing.
Emollients should form the basis of management and should be used even when eczema is clear.
Emollients help soften and smooth your skin to keep it supple and moist.
Emollients can be used to wash hands if they are affected, and they can also be used on the body in the bath or shower.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Cosmetic Chemicals in US$ Millions by the following product segments: Cleansing Agents & Foamers, Emollients & Moisturizers, Fragrances & Flavors, Processing Aids, and Specialty Additives.
During school, emollients should be reapplied to exposed areas such as the hands and face at regular intervals.
The emollient contains 5% or less water and includes a member selected from the group consisting of petroleum-based emollients, fatty acid ester emollients, alkyl ethoxylate emollients and mixtures of these.