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US20121A Sunshine & pixie dust SPF30 - silver

US20121A Sunshine & pixie dust SPF30 - silver


Go out, attend to festivals and celebrate.
This glittery sunscreen protects you with a funnier look.

SEPINOV™ EMT 10 thickens the emulsion in the presence of organic sunscreens and offers a creamy texture. It is combined to LANOL 37T for an optimal solubilisation of organic sun filters.

SEPINOV™ EMT 10 (Hydroxyethyl Acrylate / Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer) Pre-neutralized powder polymeric thickener on a wide pH range (3-12). It provides also excellent oil stabilizing property even in presence of a high percentage of oily phase. It also brings satin and fresh skin feel. is.

LANOL 37T(Triheptanoin)
Emollient 100% from natural origin which efficiently solubilize organic sun filters.

EMOGREEN™ L15 (C15-19 Alkane (Plant-based & Renewable)) eases formula spreading and leaves a soft and powder after-feel.
High-purity, non polar, and biodegradable emollient. This high purity alkane shows an excellent compatibility with all types of oils, especially with silicone oils.
FLUIDIFEEL™ EASY (Lauryl Glucoside - Myristyl Glucoside - Polyglyceryl-6 Laurate), emulsifies and stabilizes the formula, it provides a “nude” skin feel.
O/W glycolipidic emulsifier processable at room temperature.

SEPIFINE™ BB (Amylopectin) is a natural texturizing powder which gives a soft and velvety skin feel and absorbs fats excess due to sun filters.

ANTILEUKINE 6™ (Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride - Laminaria Ochroleuca Extract), is a protective and repairing oily active ingredient. It immediately soothes the skin following UV exposure (tested in vivo).
AQUAXYL™ (Xylitylglucoside and Anhydroxylitol and Xylitol) hydrates and restructures the skin.

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US20121A Sunshine & pixie dust SPF30 - silver

  • April 21, 2020
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