Silicone CS-1600B Silicone elastomer gel

SILICONE CS-1600B Silicone Elastomer Gel 
Dimethicone (and) Dimethicone Crosspolymer [INCI/CTFA]

- Silicone elastomer blend containing low viscosity dimethicone instead of cyclomethicone
- Excellent spreading performance
- Non-greasy feel on skin

- Excellent silky, smooth feel on skin
- Long-lasting skin feel
- Can be used as thickening agent in W/O Systems 
- Can be used in either hot or cold processes 

DESCRIPTIONS:  Silicone CS-1600B silicone elastomer blend is a mixture of high molecular dimethicone/vinyldimethicone crosspolymer containing low viscosity  dimethicone instead of cyclomethicone. It can be used in formulations of skin care, sun care, color cosmetics, hair care, perfume and antisudorific to provide long-lasting smooth, silky, non-greasy skin feel. 

Appearance: Translucent, yellowish to colorless thick gelFree of particulate matter
Penetration degree (1/10mm):   230-430 
Volatile content (%, w/w):   <30
Active ingredient (%, w/w): 100%

APPLICATION: Skin care, sun care, hair care, color cosmetics, perfume, antisudorific etc. 

Silicone CS-1600B Silicone Elastomer Blend can be directly added to hot oil phase and prepare emulsion or cream.  Using a homogenizer to disperse SF-600B uniformly in formulations. Add into system of emulsion formulation directly is better for its dispersibility.
The common usage level of Silicone CS-1600B is 1%-30% in skin care formulations, 0.5%-5.0% in hair care products. It is also recommended to carry out preliminary tests to determine the optimum quantity for particular application.

PACKAGING: Silicone CS-1600B Silicone Elastomer Blend is supplied in 18Kg plastic pails or 200Kg metal pails.

STORAGE AND TRANSPRORT: This product is non-dangerous product. In storage and transportation, prevent from the exposure of moisture, acids, alkalis, the sun and rain directly. The product has at least 9 months shelf life from the date of production at room temperature in seal-tight condition. 

CAUTIONS: Silicone CS-1600B is neither tested nor suggested in the medical and pharmaceutical