ChemConx Creamblend-20

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ChemConx Creamblend-20 

Our ChemConx CreamBlend-20 is a blend of Cetearyl alcohol and Ceteareth 20. It is an excellent emulsifier blend for making quality creams, lotions, gels, hair conditioners, and more. 

Derived from coconut fatty acids and palm oils.

An excellent choice for all kinds of products where you want a natural emphasis, and top performance, and good feel. 

This blend combines the excellent characteristics of Cetearyl Alcohol and Ceteareth 20 to make creams even easier to make. 

INCI Cetearyl Alcohol and Ceteareth 20

Appearance - Waxy pastille/bead

The typical use level is 2-6%.

 

Formulations using ChemConx Creamblend-20:

After Bath Moisturizer

Product Name, INCI Name

Product Name: ChemConx Creamblend-20

INCI Name: Cetearyl Alcohol and Ceteareth 20

Specifications

Analysis                                                          Standard Specification

Appearance                                                    White to off-white Flakes

Acid Value, mg KOH/g                                  1.0 Max

Moisture, %                                                     1.0 Max

Saponification Value, mg KOH/g                 2.0 Max

Hydroxyl Value, mg KOH.g                          148.0-161.0

Melt Point, °C                                                  46.0-55.0

Safety Data Sheet

Certificate of Analysis

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  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by Aerin on Mar 20th 2020

    This is my preferred version of emulsifying wax! Lotions from this blend are silkier than those made from standard e-wax, and it is just as easy to use. It can also be used to extend BTMS and other cationics.

  • 5
    The Other E-wax

    Posted by Aerin on Dec 1st 2019

    Great product. I prefer the feel of this in lotions over the more common polysorbate 60 type of emulsifying wax. It has a drier, cleaner feeling, but not as dry as BTMS. In my experience, it works fine in any formula that calls for e-wax.