Carbomer refers to a series of polymers primarily made from acrylic acid. The scientific terminology for Carbomer was established due to its properties as a synthetic polymer, which is used widely in the cosmetic and wellness industry for its viscosity-enhancing qualities.

Carbomer is known for its versatility as a thickening agent and texture enhancer in skincare and beauty products. It's valued for its ability to create clear gels, and its compatibility with a wide range of formulations makes it indispensable in the cosmetics industry.

Benefits and Uses

  • Acts as a thickening agent, providing the desired consistency in creams and gels.
  • Enhances the texture of products, making them smooth and easy to apply.
  • Offers suspending capabilities for insoluble ingredients.
  • Improves the stability and shelf-life of cosmetic formulations.
  • Contributes to the formation of emulsions, supporting the blend of oil and water components.

Carbomer in Kissed Earth Products

Kissed Earth recognises the importance of high-quality ingredients in creating effective skincare solutions. Carbomer plays a crucial role in formulating our products, ensuring they offer the perfect balance of efficacy and sensory pleasure. Explore our range featuring Carbomer, such as Enzymatic cream cleanser, to experience the benefits of this key ingredient.

Carbomer FAQs

Carbomer is distinguished by its ability to efficiently thicken and stabilise cosmetic products, ensuring a consistent and enjoyable user experience.

While Carbomer itself does not directly benefit the skin, it significantly enhances the application and efficacy of skincare products, allowing active ingredients to be more effectively delivered.

Carbomer is compatible with formulations designed for sensitive skin due to its non-irritating and gentle properties when properly formulated.

Carbomer is considered safe for all skin types, contributing to the texture and stability of products without causing adverse effects.

Carbomer is a key ingredient in adjusting the viscosity, ensuring that creams, gels, and lotions have the ideal consistency for application.