Formulate Reef-safe Sunscreen with Seppic!
March 12, 2020
Formulating sun care is challenging nowadays: we want to formulate stable products, with a nice skin feel, achieve a good SPF for skin protection but also be safe for people and for the environment. In this regard, organic filters are under the radar. Octinoxate & Oxybenzone have even been banned in some regions for their harmfulness against coral reefs.
Discover our new Water-Resistant Inorganic Sunscreen prototype US20112, reef-safe. This white smooth cream protects against UVA and UVB, with in-vitro SPF30+.
An O/W anionic emulsifier with water-resistance properties that leaves a protective film on the skin, ideal for safe sea exploration!
Due to it’s versatile characteristics, it creates fluid to creamy textures with a velvety, powdery feel.
INCI: C20-22 Alkyl Phosphate (and) C20-22 Alcohols
A polyvalent polymer:
INCI: Hydroxyethyl Acrylate/Sodium Acryloyldimethyl Taurate Copolymer
Want smoother dispersions? Emosmart L19 and Dub SSIC are your solutions. Laboratory Tested with smoother dispersion results when compared to C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate!
A biodegradable alkane, inert and non polar. This light emollient has:
INCI: C15-19 Alkane
DUB SSIC is a rich emollient with a cushiony and long-lasting skin feel. Thanks to its superior dispersing properties, it is ideal to formulate with inorganic sunscreens.
INCI: Isocetyl Stearoyl stearate
Add a velvety finish and reduce the tackiness of your formula with Sepifine™ BB, a natural and ethically sourced powder, with sebum and oil control properties.