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Clean Solutions

Shampoos are used to clean the hair through removing dirt and excess oils. Conditioners are then applied to restore moisture and nourish dry hair.

According to Mintel, the UK Shampoo and Conditioner market is set to be worth £1.06 billion in 2023, with year-on-year growth expected between now and then. With this predicted growth, its time for formulators to get innovative with textures, fragrances and packaging, as well as respond to societal changes and consumer demands.

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Cleaning Solutions

Here at Surfachem, we’ve created ‘Cleaning Solutions’ - an indulgent product concept for enhancing your daily personal care routine with deep cleansing and hydrating formulations for both hair and skin care.

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Formulations and Key Ingredients

Formulations Key Ingredients Description
Nature's Own Shampoo
  • PERLASTAN® Rheo2Green1
  • TEGO® Betain F 50
  • STEPAN-MILD® GCC
  • Smooth like honey, with rich micro-bubbles for an easy-flowing gel texture
    Classic Sulphates Clarifying Shampoo
  • Carbopol® Aqua SF-2
  • TEGO® Betain P 50 C
  • STEPAN MILD L3 - G MB
  • LACTIL®
  • Elastic and soft - unwind, deep cleanse and add bounce to your hair
    Shower Sparkle
  • Sterling Sugar Sparkle Silver
  • Carbopol® Aqua SF-2
  • TEGO® Solve 61
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    Sparkling, jelly shower gel enriched with micro-bubbles - perfect for a relaxing full body cleanse
    Sugars Assemble Micellar Cleanser
  • RHEANCE One
  • TEGO® NATURAL BETAINE
  • TEGO® Solve 61
  • Sweet like sugar-based foam - light and mild to wash away all excess oils
    Naturally Nutty Foaming Conditioner
  • VARISOFT® EQ 100
  • TEGO® Sulfosuccinate DO 75
  • Sesame Oil
  • Indulgent buttery conditioner – smells almost too delicious to apply to your hair

    For more information on any of the above formulations, get in touch with us at info@surfachem.com

    Sources: Mintel

    Wednesday, 11 March 2020

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