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Foaming Agents

SEPPIC markets a variety of foaming agents that can be used as excipients in the formulation of antiseptic liquid soaps

Foams are used for formulating topical drugs to:
- Localize drug use
- Ensure good penetration of the active ingredient or its action on the surface only
- Help uniform distribution of the active ingredient when spreading
- Improve texture and feel when applying the product

Foaming agents

SEPPIC markets a variety of foaming agents used in the formulation of antiseptic liquid soaps: non-ionic and amphoteric surfactants.

Foaming agents developed by SEPPIC are lowly reactive, which makes it possible to maintain optimal antiseptic properties.

Uses of foaming agents

SEPPIC products are well-tolerated by the skin and mucosa. They are used in drugs to be applied on hair or skin and typically in antiseptic liquid soaps or hydroalcoholic gels.