A polymeric emulsifier effective at low concentration for W/O emulsions
SIMALINE™ WO is the perfect polymeric emulsifier for the formulation of W/O emulsions and innovative “Gel in oil” emulsions patented by SEPPIC.
An effective and simple to formulate polymer
SIMALINE™ WO is an excellent water-in-oil emulsifier and effectively stabilizes all types of oils at low concentrations with textures ranging from lotions to thick creams.
Due to its supple paste form, SIMALINE™ WO is easy to use at temperatures from 40°C and can be used to formulate water-rich W/O emulsions.
Benefits for the formulator
- SIMALINE™ WO is compatible with a wide range of oils
- It can be used to formulate water-rich W/O emulsions, with up to 80% aqueous phase
- It is effective at low concentrations: ranging from 0.2% to 4%
Innovative sensory possibilities
SIMALINE™ WO's properties can help formulate innovative and varied emulsions, with textures ranging from thick creams to fluid lotions.
In addition to so-called traditional emulsions such as water-in-oil or water-in-silicon emulsions, SIMALINE™ WO can be combined with other SEPPIC products in order to formulate a gel-in-oil or Geltrap™. Geltrap™ is a technology patented by SEPPIC which allows a large quantity of water to be incorporated in the discontinuous phase of an emulsion, offering innovative and surprising sensations and properties.
The Geltrap™ concept, the resurgence of water-in-oil emulsions
Geltrap™ is a gel-in-oil emulsion. This concept has been patented by SEPPIC.
This type of formula can revolutionize the formulation of topical pharmaceutical products due to its ability to incorporate a large quantity of water (up to 80%) into the discontinuous phase.
Geltrap™ technology can be used to obtain gel-in-oil emulsions with exceptional textures using a simple process. This technology offers the formulator a wide range of options in terms of textures and ingredients.
Unique textures and sensations
SIMALINE™ WO is designed for pharmaceutical applications and complies with the European Pharmacopoeia.