How to Reduce White Rub-In Time in Emulsions

So, you know how you get that white rub-in when you’re applying creams or emulsions onto your skin? Like, when you’ve only just squeezed out a small blob of hand cream and it’s so littleย so you think it shouldn’t have that much white rub-in while you’re trying to get it absorbed into your skin?

Join Belinda Carli, Director of the Institute of Personal Care Science and Cosmetic Formulator, as she shows you how to overcome the formulation issue of excess rub-in time in natural and organic cosmetic emulsions, while still building plenty of luxurious viscosity and elegant skin feel in the finished product. Solve those cosmetic formulating issues with Belinda now, and enjoy your elegant emulsions so much faster, and easier, with the right know-how!

Thank you Belinda Carli from Personal Care Formulations for sharing this video with us!

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