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Characterizing Cosmetic Serums

Posted by RheoSense on Apr 7, 2020 8:00:00 AM

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Part 2 of our popular cosmetics protocol, we are proud to announce a new application note. 
Cosmetics Protocol

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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