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MIRASIL® ADMH B100 is generally used in combination with other ingredients to achieve desired benefits in hair care, skin care and color cosmetics. 

Formulation guide :

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MIRASIL ADMH B100 may be stored for up to 24 months from its date of manufacturing.C15-19 Alkane (and) Propoxytetramethyl Piperidinyl DimethiconePlease consult the Safety Data Sheet of this product.

MIRASIL ADMH B100

C.T.F.A. / I.N.C.I. Name: C15-19 ALKANE (and) Propoxytetramethylpiperidinyl Dimethicone

CAS N°  64742-46-7 (and) 171543-65-0

MIRASIL ADMH B100 is an alkane solution of a high viscosity hindered amine functionalised-polydimethylsiloxane, specially developed, and patented, for formulation to non-yellowing emulsions and micro emulsions.

It is an eco-friendly silicone performance concentrate.

Heat Protection;Shine;Softness;Water Repellency;UV resistant

Functional Fluid

Fluid

MIRASIL ADMH B100 is a fluid stable in a wide range of cosmetic formulations.

  • Hair Care:
    • Enables clear shampoo formulations and cold process manufacturing.
    • Provides smooth, feel to dry hair.
    • Eases wet and dry combing.
    • Brings long lasting conditioning without build-up.
    • Improves color depth and longevity when used in semi-permanent colour product.
    • Protects hair from heat damage
  • Skin Care:
    • Free radical scavenger
  • Recommended use levels:
    • Hair care products: 0,5% - 5%
    • Skin Care: 0,5% - 5%

Asia Pacific;Europe Middle East Africa;Central and South America;North America

 Characteristics_A

 

 

Viscosity1750MonocompNF T 76102mPa.s
AppearanceClear colourless to yellow liquidMonocomp

 Characteristics_B

 

 

 

 

 Table_Characteristics_A_And_B

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Solubility of MIRASIL ADMH B100 with various cosmetic ingredients

 

TYPE OF MATERIAL

1:9*

5:5

9:1

 

Water

I

I

I

 

HYDROCARBONS

1:9*

5:5

9:1

Mineral oil

I

I

I

Isododecane

S

S

S

 

ALCOHOLS & GLYCOLS

1:9*

5:5

9:1

Ethanol

I

I

I

Glycerol

I

I

I

Propylene glycol

I

I

I

Octyl dodecanol

I

I

I

 

OILS

1:9*

5:5

9:1

Jojoba oil

I

I

I

Almond oil

I

I

I

Castor oil

I

I

I

Wheat germ oil

I

I

I

 

ESTERS

1:9*

5:5

9:1

Isopropyl myristate

S

S

S

Isopropyl palmitate

I

S

S

Caprylic triglycerides

I

I

I

 

SUNSCREENS

1:9*

5:5

9:1

Butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane

I

I

I

Octyl methoxycinnamate

I

I

S

Oxybenzone

I

I

I

 

SILICONES

1:9*

5:5

9:1

MIRASIL CM5 (Cyclopentasiloxane)

S

S

S

MIRASIL PTM (Phenyl Trimethicone)

S

S

S

MIRASIL DM 350 (Dimethicone medium viscosity)

S

S

S

MIRASIL C-DML (Cyclopentasiloxane (and) Dimethiconol)

S

S

S

* = 10% of MIRASIL ADMH B100 and 90% of tested material

S = Soluble

I = Completely or partially insoluble

Please note: The typical properties are not intended for use in preparing specifications. Please contact our local Sales Department for assistance in writing specifications.

Free radical scavenger

The aim of this study is to evaluate the antioxidant properties of a cosmetic raw material by means of its anti-radicals features.

Antiradical activity assay is based on the reduction of 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH). Due to the presence of an odd electron, it gives a strong absorption maximum at 515 nm.

Protocol

Experimental protocol required the determination and the quantification of antioxidant activity of tested sample by means of evaluation of its scavenging properties against synthetic radical DPPH.

Tested samples were added to cups containing a DPPH solution and the solution absorbance variation at 515 nm was measured during 5 minutes.

Results

For each tested sample concentration, reduced DPPH concentration after monitored period was calculated. These quantities were plotted with sample concentrations and EC50 parameter was calculated (EC50 is the sample concentration which reduces by 50% the initial DPPH concentration).

Anti-Radical Power ARP (ARP) was calculated too as the inverse of EC50, expressed in %.


The Ferrin Reducing Antioxidant (FRAP) parameter is a direct measure of the total reductive power of a matrix and an indirect index of the capability of the product to protect against the oxidative damage

Conclusion

Experimental data show that tested product has a scavenging activity against synthetic radical DPPH at all of tested concentrations and with a dose-dependence feature. The product added to a base cream maintains its activity that is proportional to its final concentration.

Experimental data show that tested product has a reducing activity against the used oxidant agent at all of tested concentrations and with a dose dependence feature. The product added to a base cream maintains its activity that is proportional to its final concentration.

​Solubility of MIRASIL ADMH B100 with various cosmetic ingredients TYPE OF MATERIAL19*5591 WaterIII HYDROCARBONS19*5591Mineral oilIIIIsododecaneSSS ALCOHOLS & GLYCOLS19*5591EthanolIIIGlycerolIIIPropylene glycolIIIOctyl dodecanolIII OILS19*5591Jojoba oilIIIAlmond oilIIICastor oilIIIWheat germ oilIII ESTERS19*5591Isopropyl myristateSSSIsopropyl palmitateISSCaprylic triglyceridesIII SUNSCREENS19*5591Butyl methoxydibenzoylmethaneIIIOctyl methoxycinnamateIISOxybenzoneIII SILICONES19*5591MIRASIL CM5 (Cyclopentasiloxane)SSSMIRASIL PTM (Phenyl Trimethicone)SSSMIRASIL DM 350 (Dimethicone medium viscosity)SSSMIRASIL C-DML (Cyclopentasiloxane (and) Dimethiconol)SSS* = 10% of MIRASIL ADMH B100 and 90% of tested materialS = SolubleI = Completely or partially insolublePlease note The typical properties are not intended for use in preparing specifications. Please contact our local Sales Department for assistance in writing specifications.Free radical scavengerThe aim of this study is to evaluate the antioxidant properties of a cosmetic raw material by means of its anti-radicals features.Antiradical activity assay is based on the reduction of 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH). Due to the presence of an odd electron, it gives a strong absorption maximum at 515 nm.ProtocolExperimental protocol required the determination and the quantification of antioxidant activity of tested sample by means of evaluation of its scavenging properties against synthetic radical DPPH.Tested samples were added to cups containing a DPPH solution and the solution absorbance variation at 515 nm was measured during 5 minutes.ResultsFor each tested sample concentration, reduced DPPH concentration after monitored period was calculated. These quantities were plotted with sample concentrations and EC50 parameter was calculated (EC50 is the sample concentration which reduces by 50% the initial DPPH concentration).Anti-Radical Power ARP (ARP) was calculated too as the inverse of EC50, expressed in %.The Ferrin Reducing Antioxidant (FRAP) parameter is a direct measure of the total reductive power of a matrix and an indirect index of the capability of the product to protect against the oxidative damageConclusionExperimental data show that tested product has a scavenging activity against synthetic radical DPPH at all of tested concentrations and with a dose-dependence feature. The product added to a base cream maintains its activity that is proportional to its final concentration.Experimental data show that tested product has a reducing activity against the used oxidant agent at all of tested concentrations and with a dose dependence feature. The product added to a base cream maintains its activity that is proportional to its final concentration.

 

 

Solubility of MIRASIL ADMH B100 with various cosmetic ingredients

 

TYPE OF MATERIAL

1:9*

5:5

9:1

 

Water

I

I

I

 

HYDROCARBONS

1:9*

5:5

9:1

Mineral oil

I

I

I

Isododecane

S

S

S

 

ALCOHOLS & GLYCOLS

1:9*

5:5

9:1

Ethanol

I

I

I

Glycerol

I

I

I

Propylene glycol

I

I

I

Octyl dodecanol

I

I

I

 

OILS

1:9*

5:5

9:1

Jojoba oil

I

I

I

Almond oil

I

I

I

Castor oil

I

I

I

Wheat germ oil

I

I

I

 

ESTERS

1:9*

5:5

9:1

Isopropyl myristate

S

S

S

Isopropyl palmitate

I

S

S

Caprylic triglycerides

I

I

I

 

SUNSCREENS

1:9*

5:5

9:1

Butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane

I

I

I

Octyl methoxycinnamate

I

I

S

Oxybenzone

I

I

I

 

SILICONES

1:9*

5:5

9:1

MIRASIL CM5 (Cyclopentasiloxane)

S

S

S

MIRASIL PTM (Phenyl Trimethicone)

S

S

S

MIRASIL DM 350 (Dimethicone medium viscosity)

S

S

S

MIRASIL C-DML (Cyclopentasiloxane (and) Dimethiconol)

S

S

S

* = 10% of MIRASIL ADMH B100 and 90% of tested material

S = Soluble

I = Completely or partially insoluble

Please note: The typical properties are not intended for use in preparing specifications. Please contact our local Sales Department for assistance in writing specifications.

Free radical scavenger

The aim of this study is to evaluate the antioxidant properties of a cosmetic raw material by means of its anti-radicals features.

Antiradical activity assay is based on the reduction of 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH). Due to the presence of an odd electron, it gives a strong absorption maximum at 515 nm.

Protocol

Experimental protocol required the determination and the quantification of antioxidant activity of tested sample by means of evaluation of its scavenging properties against synthetic radical DPPH.

Tested samples were added to cups containing a DPPH solution and the solution absorbance variation at 515 nm was measured during 5 minutes.

Results

For each tested sample concentration, reduced DPPH concentration after monitored period was calculated. These quantities were plotted with sample concentrations and EC50 parameter was calculated (EC50 is the sample concentration which reduces by 50% the initial DPPH concentration).

Anti-Radical Power ARP (ARP) was calculated too as the inverse of EC50, expressed in %.


The Ferrin Reducing Antioxidant (FRAP) parameter is a direct measure of the total reductive power of a matrix and an indirect index of the capability of the product to protect against the oxidative damage

Conclusion

Experimental data show that tested product has a scavenging activity against synthetic radical DPPH at all of tested concentrations and with a dose-dependence feature. The product added to a base cream maintains its activity that is proportional to its final concentration.

Experimental data show that tested product has a reducing activity against the used oxidant agent at all of tested concentrations and with a dose dependence feature. The product added to a base cream maintains its activity that is proportional to its final concentration.

​Solubility of MIRASIL ADMH B100 with various cosmetic ingredients TYPE OF MATERIAL19*5591 WaterIII HYDROCARBONS19*5591Mineral oilIIIIsododecaneSSS ALCOHOLS & GLYCOLS19*5591EthanolIIIGlycerolIIIPropylene glycolIIIOctyl dodecanolIII OILS19*5591Jojoba oilIIIAlmond oilIIICastor oilIIIWheat germ oilIII ESTERS19*5591Isopropyl myristateSSSIsopropyl palmitateISSCaprylic triglyceridesIII SUNSCREENS19*5591Butyl methoxydibenzoylmethaneIIIOctyl methoxycinnamateIISOxybenzoneIII SILICONES19*5591MIRASIL CM5 (Cyclopentasiloxane)SSSMIRASIL PTM (Phenyl Trimethicone)SSSMIRASIL DM 350 (Dimethicone medium viscosity)SSSMIRASIL C-DML (Cyclopentasiloxane (and) Dimethiconol)SSS* = 10% of MIRASIL ADMH B100 and 90% of tested materialS = SolubleI = Completely or partially insolublePlease note The typical properties are not intended for use in preparing specifications. Please contact our local Sales Department for assistance in writing specifications.Free radical scavengerThe aim of this study is to evaluate the antioxidant properties of a cosmetic raw material by means of its anti-radicals features.Antiradical activity assay is based on the reduction of 1,1-diphenyl-2-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH). Due to the presence of an odd electron, it gives a strong absorption maximum at 515 nm.ProtocolExperimental protocol required the determination and the quantification of antioxidant activity of tested sample by means of evaluation of its scavenging properties against synthetic radical DPPH.Tested samples were added to cups containing a DPPH solution and the solution absorbance variation at 515 nm was measured during 5 minutes.ResultsFor each tested sample concentration, reduced DPPH concentration after monitored period was calculated. These quantities were plotted with sample concentrations and EC50 parameter was calculated (EC50 is the sample concentration which reduces by 50% the initial DPPH concentration).Anti-Radical Power ARP (ARP) was calculated too as the inverse of EC50, expressed in %.The Ferrin Reducing Antioxidant (FRAP) parameter is a direct measure of the total reductive power of a matrix and an indirect index of the capability of the product to protect against the oxidative damageConclusionExperimental data show that tested product has a scavenging activity against synthetic radical DPPH at all of tested concentrations and with a dose-dependence feature. The product added to a base cream maintains its activity that is proportional to its final concentration.Experimental data show that tested product has a reducing activity against the used oxidant agent at all of tested concentrations and with a dose dependence feature. The product added to a base cream maintains its activity that is proportional to its final concentration.

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