Lubrajel™ Hydrogels

Key Applications

Hair Care; Skin Care; Sun Care

Product Description

These hydrogels offer wide ranges of enhancing technologies to make products feel more elegant, deliver a multitude of functions and aid ease of formulation. As a rheology modifier, they come in several versions with varying viscosities, from the highly viscous Lubrajel DV hydrogel used in emulsion stabilization and suspension of compatible materials such as titanium dioxide to Lubrajel Oil hydrogel, an oil-like, low viscosity gel. They are also effective at stabilizing emulsions in various personal care applications.

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Lubrajel™ Oil Free container
Paraben-free version of Lubrajel™ Oil.
Lubrajel™ MS Free container
Lubrajel™ CG container
Superior moisturizer and lubricant. Increases moisture balance and adds lubricious feel.
Lubrajel™ Marine container
Lubrajel™ Marine hydrogel is a multifunctional sensory enhancer for creating moisturising skincare formulations easily.
Lubrajel™ Natural container
Lubrajel™ Natural is a naturally derived, multifunctional, cosmetic gel with extraordinary skin soothing properties and unique aesthetics.
Lubrajel™ DV Free container
Lubrajel™ NP Free container
Lubrajel™ II XD Free container
Lubrajel™ NP container
Lubrajel™ NP is an excellent moisturizing base. It is an equivalent of Lubrajel™ MS with no propylene glycol.
Lubrajel™ BA container
Lubrajel™ BA hydrogel provides a great formulation option for dry mouth.
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Explore our extensive list of ingredients for lotion formulation including emulsifiers, emollients, moisturizers, and more.
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Lubrajel™ hydrogels allow for a range of formulation aesthetics that deliver high moisturization. These products are lubricious, provide a variety of textures, and help you meet hydration needs for your skin and sun care formulations.
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Not only is acne the most common skin condition in the U.S. but with the new standard of regular mask-wearing comes a surge of “maskne”. The friction from the mask with the moist environment causes pores to become clogged, resulting in breakouts and blemishes.