Gelling agent and stabilizer
Amigel® is a gelling agent and stabilizer that provides natural cosmetic treatments with a soft and supple texture — transforming a simple emulsion into pleasant, moisturizing, easy-to-apply skin care.
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Amigel® - Gelling agent and stabilizer
Compatible with the vast majority of cosmetic ingredients, Amigel® is highly resistant to chemical and physical stresses. It forms a network around oily particles, preventing them from joining together to ensure emulsions remain stable over time.
Amigel® is a stable molecule derived from biotechnology:
A high-performance stabilizer developed through green chemistry, this active ingredient integrates perfectly with cosmetic formulas such as skin care and hair care.
Several tests have demonstrated the ability of Amigel® to stabilize emulsions without the use of emulsifiers. This 100% polysaccharide of natural origin also has highly effective suspensory capabilities that are more effective than xanthan gum.
With its unique texture and exceptional stabilizing properties, Amigel® brings a number of benefits to cosmetic products, including:
It can be difficult to create stable gels when using ingredients like alcohol, salts or essential oils. While many other gelling agents can be conditioned by one or more of these ingredients, Amigel® perfectly integrates with even the most delicate formulations.
Like Amigum, thanks to its suspensive properties, Amigel® is an alternative to carbomer and other synthetic agents of petrochemical origin. This 100% polysaccharide of natural origin hydrates through its film-forming action on the skin’s surface.
Alban Muller research has developed and tested Amigel® to provide cosmetic products with incomparable efficiency, including:
High-performance gelling agent and stabilizer Amigel® provides a smooth and supple texture to numerous cosmetics products, including:
Amigel® gels and stabilizes cosmetic care products based on the dosage used in their formulations: