Exfoliants help slough off the top layer of skin to reveal newer skin cells, minimizing signs of aging and hyperpigmentation. Technavio predicts the global exfoliators and scrubs market to grow at a CAGR of almost 5% to 2020,1 so this is clearly an area for growth in the industry.
In this video, you’ll learn:
- Two types of abrasive exfoliants: from both natural sources and synthetic
- What does exfoliant mesh size mean?
- How to stabilize exfoliant particles in an emulsion
- How to create an exfoliating cream cleanser emulsion
- Tips for adding a lipid phase to water
When working with exfoliants, choose your materials based on their size and intended product purpose.
Common sizes of exfoliant materials
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For context, fine sand is approximately 60 mesh/250 microns
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