Surfactant Sucrose stearate CAS 25168-73-4

Sucrose stearate is an ester compound formed from the esterification of sucrose (a sugar) and stearic acid (a long-chain saturated fatty acid). It is commonly used in the cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries as an emulsifier and stabilizer. Here are some key characteristics and uses of sucrose stearate:


Emulsifier: Sucrose stearate is primarily used as an emulsifying agent in cosmetic and skincare products. It helps blend together ingredients that would otherwise separate, such as oil and water, resulting in a more stable and uniform product.


Stabilizer: In addition to its emulsifying properties, sucrose stearate can act as a stabilizer, helping to maintain the consistency and texture of various cosmetic formulations, including creams, lotions, and emulsions.


Texture and Feel: Sucrose stearate can contribute to the overall texture and feel of a product, giving it a smooth and creamy texture. It can also enhance the spreadability of cosmetic products.


Compatibility: This ingredient is generally considered safe for use in cosmetic and skincare products and is compatible with a wide range of other ingredients.


Moisturizing: Sucrose stearate may have moisturizing properties, making it suitable for products designed to hydrate the skin.


Cleansing Products: It can be found in some cleansing products like facial cleansers and makeup removers, helping to remove dirt and makeup while also providing a pleasant texture.

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