Ordinarily, oil and water don't mix. But with the help of some formulating tips, you can do just that. In this presentation, you will learn:
- the most common type of clear, oil-in-water dispersions
- which oils are easier to solubilize into water
- starting solubilizing ratios for specific formulations
- what can help reduce the amount of solubilizer needed
- How Ostwald Ripening can impact formulations
- personal care expert George Deckner's solubilizer recommendations
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Solubilizing oils into water by UL Prospector
Solubilizing Oils into Water by George Deckner
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