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Multitasking emollients are ingredients that can both improve skin feel and provide other significant benefits. They can be used in formulations to thicken, provide shine, modify skin feel, help dissolve actives, increase skin hydration/elasticity/barrier function, and moisturize by reducing trans-epidermal water loss (TEWL). The key physical/chemical properties of emollients which determine their functionality include molecular weight, polarity, viscosity, freezing/melting point, surface tension, contact angle, and refractive index. Read more
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