Liquid foam is a state of industrial materials in cosmetics or hygiene products, but also sometimes a more or less undesirable state appearing in mixed, dosing machines or other injectors.
Today, the underlying trend in solid cosmetics is fueling a need to better control the formation of liquid foams.
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The formation of liquid foams is not only dependent on the ingredients, in particular surfactants, but also crucially on the conditions of incorporation of the air.
On these questions, faced with current industrial practices that are essentially empirical, RHEONIS' techniques make it possible to quantify the product/process coupling but also the texture and behavior of the foam.
Supporting your liquid foam challenges
RHEONIS offers you a tailor-made approach, unique experimental techniques and methods and its experience of liquid foams to support you in your challenges:
Quantify the phenomenon of foaming (ingredient or formula) according to influencing factors at the material and process levels
Quantify the texture of the foam, its mechanical behavior and its aging
Evaluate the comparative performance of surfactants and other additives
Study improvements to process
Guide the choice of equipment on an industrial scale
Determine operational solutions to parasitic foaming
Last Updated on September 6, 2022 by Vincent Billot