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Carbomer U20

Carbomer U20 is a hydrophobically modified cross-linked acrylate copolymer, providing moderate-to high viscosity with smooth flow properties. It delivers excellent thickening efficiency at a broad pH range which makes it a good choice for wide application
  • Product Name: Carbomer U20
  • INCI Name: Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer
  • Equivalent to: Carbopol® Ultrez 20 polymer
  • Function: Rheology Modifier,Suspending Agent,Suspending Agent
  • Application: Hand Sanitizers, Body Lotions/Creams/Gels,Hair Coloring,Shampoo,Styling Products,Wipes, etc.
  • Package size: 20kg
  • MOQ: 20kg
  • Payment term: T/T 100% in advance
  • Description
    Carbomer U20 is a hydrophobically modified cross-linked acrylate copolymer, providing moderate-to high viscosity with smooth flow properties. It delivers excellent thickening efficiency at a broad pH range which makes it a good choice for wide applications. Carbomer U20 self-wets and disperses quickly in minutes, which remarkably meets formulators’ ease-use need. It have higher electrolyte tolerance and handle a higher level of surfactant actives, being ideally suited for use in formulations containing higher levels of oils, botanical ingredients, or actives like Sodium PCA.Even at high concentration, Carbomer U20 maintains excellent clarity. 
     
    Features and Benefits   
    - Rapid self - wetting without agitation  
    - Stabilizes formulations containing surfactant and electrolyte
    - Excellent performance of stabilizing and suspending insoluble ingredients
    - Excellent clarity
    - Efficient Thickening
     
    Recommended Applications 
    - Hand Sanitizers
    - Hair Styling Gels
    - Hand and Body Lotions 
    - Baby Lotions
    - Hand Sanitizers 
    - Moisturizing Gels 
    - Sunscreen Lotions 
    - Bath Gels  
    - Shampoos     
     
    Formula Guidelines
    - Typical use 0.2 to 1.5 wt%
    - Sprinkle polymer on surface of water and allow to self-wet   
    - Agitation must be processed gently 
    - Pre- or post-neutralization is workable, depending on application