The Influence of the Preparation Method on the Characteristics of a New Cosmetic Gel Based on Hyaluronic Acid and Matrix-Forming Polymers

@article{Brsan2019TheIO,
  title={The Influence of the Preparation Method on the Characteristics of a New Cosmetic Gel Based on Hyaluronic Acid and Matrix-Forming Polymers},
  author={Magdalena B{\^i}rsan and Nela Bibire and Alina Diana Panainte and Oana Alexandra Silași and Paula Antonoaea and Adriana Ciurba and Ana Caterina Cristofor and Magdalena Wr{\'o}blewska and Katarzyna Sosnowska},
  journal={Materiale Plastice},
  year={2019}
}
Because hyaluronic acid (HA) cosmetic gels are the most commonly used gels in the cosmetic industry, the purpose of this study was to develop a new gel formulation of HA in carboxymethyl cellulose sodium (Carmellose, CMC Na), prepared in three different ways and to characterize the gel obtained in terms of texture, pH, thixotropy and decide which preparation method is optimal for obtaining a cosmetic gel. The gel formulations were prepared by dispersing CMC Na in water and glycerol and mixing… 
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