When do I use Hydrolyzed Protein Plus vs. Hydrolyzed Proteins?
Silk Protein, Hydrolyzed is the natural lipids from palm oil combined with natural SILK derived protein (amino acids). Silk Protein, Hydrolyzed is different from our SilkPro Plus in that it is not given a cationic charge, keeping it compatible with a wide range of cosmetic ingredients.
Silk is a long treasured, and expensive material, being referred to as the “princess of fibers”, due it's strength.
The exceptional purity of Silk Protein, Hydrolyzed is shown by the clarity of its film and low ash content. Silk Protein, Hydrolyzed is useful in elegant hair and skin preparations for its excellent moisture binding properties, repair, and feel. In addition, this non-animal protein source is substantive to skin and hair and provides a protective barrier.
Silk Protein, Hydrolyzed will add luster, body, and manageability to hair when used in hair care preparations. As an amphoteric protein, it is compatible with cationic, anionic, and non-ionic materials. Silk Protein, Hydrolyzed as an ingredient in your formulation, will evoke pleasant thoughts, at point of purchase for your customers.
Silk Protein, Hydrolyzed will offer the most glide, and silkiness, of all proteins / amino acids.
||Amber Non Viscous Liquid
||Tightly Sealed, Protected from Heat / Freezing / Light
||12 Months when Properly Stored / Handled
Aids in moisture retention due to its strong hygroscopic properties (silk is credited with the ability to retain 10,000 times its weight in water), resulting in optimum conditioning and increased strength.
Provides superior conditioning properties, making it ideal for natural-type conditioners, shampoos, and hair repairing systems. Links hair fibers to improve elasticity, resiliency, and restore the moisture balance.
- Hair care: shampoos
- Treatment products
- Skin care: lotions, creams
- Bath gels
- Shave preparations
- Liquid hand soaps
- Soap bars
- 2 TO 5%
- add to cool down phase below 110
- add to water phase in cold process formulas