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No Fooling: Characterizing Cosmetic Serums

Key Words: Shear Rate Sweep, Shear Thinning, Viscosity, non-Newtonian Fluid, Automation, Newtonian, Characterization, Polymer, Oils

Goal: Serums are a popular self-care product to keep skin healthy. Formulation ingredients can vary dramatically. Some serums use plant-derived ingredients while others use synthetic oils depending on consumer preferences and needs. Thus, serum development is a dynamic process requiring a plethora of characterization experiments to differentiate between formulations. Here we demonstrate that the automated viscometer system, VROC® initium, can perform rate sweeps experiments to characterize different serum formulations based on their rheological properties with minimal engagement.

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Webinar - Back to Basics

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Growing R&D - South Korea

Happy New Year! Towards the middle of 2019, South Korean President, Moon Jae In, has confirmed that biotechnology and biopharmaceutical industries will be getting receiving more funding to carry out all types of research and development along with manufacturing.

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