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The ECHA’s Member State Committee agreed with the identification of cyclosiloxanes (D4, D5, D6) as substances of very high concern (SVHC). Restriction in rinse-off cosmetics comprising D4 and D5 (in conc. > = 0.1%) will come into effect in February 2020 due to PBT* (D4) and vPvB** (D5) properties. In addition, ECHA proposed a revision of the scope of this restriction including D6 and leave on cosmetics.
* persistant, bioaccumulative and toxic substances
** very persistant and very bioaccumulative substances
Silicone supply is tight worldwide, which has led to price increases across the industry due to multi-faceted reasons. No relief is in sight in short term.
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INCI: Undecane (and) Tridecane
- Ultra-fast spreading: > 2 500 mm2/10 min
- Patented technology, ultra-light, non-polar and volatile
- No crystallization of UV filters in clear sun care systems
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- Improves coverage, color shade stability and powdery sensation in liquid foundations
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- Very similar skin feel to Cyclomethicone
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- Excellent skin compatibility
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