Cera Bellina is a derivative of natural beeswax where the free fatty acids have been converted to polyglycerol esters, therefore increasing the hydrophilicity of the molecule. Elimination of these fatty acids improves stability, oil gelling, and increases overall consistency of a formula.
Recommended usage rate: 1-20%
Cera Bellina Product %
|Congealing Point||ASTM D938||145.5 - 163.5||°F|
|Acid Value||USP 401||< 2||mg KOH/g|
|Saponification Value||USP 401||80 - 94||mg KOH/g|
|Peroxide Value KK||KK 205||< 10||MEQ/Kg|
|Colour||Visual||White to Off-White|
Cera Bellina is similar to beeswax with improved oil gelling properties. It suppresses oil syneresis and inhibits crystallization in formulation. Uses include dispersions, anhydrous systems, colour cosmetics and skin care. Usage levels for improvements as low as 2%.