Surfactants: Making Foaming Facial Cleansers E-Zine
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Surfactants: Making Foaming Facial Cleansers
Adventures in Cosmetic Chemistry
Volume 6, 2018
by Susan Barclay Nichols
e-Zine (PDF, 428 KB)
This e-zine from Susan Barclay Nichols has 55 pages full of information and formulations for making foaming facial cleansers. You'll look at the various surfactants that can be used to make facial cleansers for foamer bottles as well a few thickened formulas used to suspend physical exfoliants, like jojoba beads or dermabrasion crystals. This e-zine contains 22 formulas you can make at home, along with information on how to modify them to use the surfactants you have in your workshop. This also includes information on how to test and alter pH along with why we might want to do so, along with things to consider when choosing surfactants as well definitions and requirements for making six different types of facial cleansers.
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About the author
Susan Barclay Nichols lives in the Fraser Valley, B.C., Canada. She stumbled upon a recipe for bath bombs and became obsessed with creating bath and body products. This is when her extreme interest in chemistry began.
In 2009, she started Point of Interest, a bath and body products blog to share her love of creating products. Her favorite hobbies – other than creating bath and body products – include sewing, trivia, criticizing and correcting people’s grammar and spelling, and striving to achieve expert status on bass in Rock Band 3. She lives with her wonderful husband, Raymond and their adorable dog, Sasja.
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