Webinar: Explore Six 100% Plant-Based Silicone Alternatives & Emollients
Watch the webinar to explore plant-based sensory emollient innovations. We compare these breakthrough products to their silicone counterparts through the lens of sustainability, sensory, and formulation benefit.
Note: The original webinar was a Digital + Live event including emollient kits for an optimal sensory experience. If you would like to experience the skinfeel of the emollients, please scroll to the end of this page, request a kit, and watch the webinar once you receive your kit.
Featured Plant-Based Emollients & Silicone Alternatives
LexFeel® NaturalCOSMOS Approved Lightweight Emollient
- 100% natural, COSMOS & NATRUE Approved
- Replace mineral oils and silicones
- Fast spreading and quick absorbing with excellent slip
- Widely compliant and green chemistry designed
LexFeel® N350 MBDimethicone Alternative & Hair Color Protectant
- 350 cSt dimethicone alternative
- Hair color protection benefits
- Improved skin-feel and wet / dry comb performance
- 100% natural, vegan, and readily biodegradable
LexFeel® N5 MB100% Plant-Based Light Dimethicone Alternative
- Matches spreading speed of 10 cSt dimethicone
- Tack reduction properties
- Dispersing emollient for pigments
- 100% natural, NSF / ANSI 305 Approved
Vellaplex™ MB100% Plant-Based Moisturizer & Film Former
- COSMOS & NATRUE approved
- Reduce mascara smudging
- Retain moisture in skin and body care products
- Breathable, cushiony sensory profile
Request the Emollient Kit
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