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Gemseal Range

Gemseal 25, 40, 60, 70 & 120

The products of the Gemseal range from Total Special Fluids are used as low-viscosity emollients in personal care formulations. Gemseal products cover a complete range of viscosities to meet the needs of any type of formulation, including skin care, hair care, make-up and sun care products. Thanks to their unique technology, Gemseal products by Total Special Fluids offer extremely high purity and subtle texture grading. Moreover, they feature good compatibility with the oil phases and emulsifiers conventionally used in the cosmetics industry.

The Total Ecosolutions Advantage

In contrast to the silicone oils that represent the major share of the market, Gemseal products are classified as readily biodegradable. Moreover, their toxicology profile exceeds the usual requirements of this market. They are non-occlusive, non-comedogenic, non-irritating and non-sensitizing.

The Environmental Performance

Classified as readily biodegradable

86% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions compared to silicone oils

More information

  • Label Award date : January 2016 (Guidelines Version 4)
  • Label Term : December 2019
  • Geographical Scope : World