Due to the complex structures of the modern cosmetic systems, besides the fact that the protective materials can show less effectiveness than the desired, their effectiveness might also increase. The chemical stability of the Cosmetic and Detergent Products is important, otherwise they might harm the product or the individual by degrading in time.
Anionic Surface Active Materials; They show mild protection in high concentration. They might increase the reproduction of Gram (-) bacteria, fungi and yeasts in low concentration.
Cationic Surface Active Materials; They are good antimicrobial agents. They rarely show interaction with the protective materials and they generally increase their effectiveness.
Nonionic surface active materials; They do not show antimicrobial effect. They provide suitable environment for the development of microorganisms. They generally show interaction with the effectiveness of the protective materials.
TAED (Tetraacetylethylenediamine); It activates the perborate, which is the bleacher in the powder detergents, in low temperatures. It is used in powder detergents in 0,5-1%.
Chemical Analyses made in our institution;
Biological Degradability of the Active Material
Biological Degradability of the Anionic Active Material
Anionic Active Material / Total Anionic Surfactant
Foreign Material Insoluble in Ether and Ash %
Ethyl Alcohol (with alcoholmeter)
Ethyl Alcohol (with GC-MS)
Hydrochloric Acid Analysis
Hydrogen Peroxide Analysis
Calcium Soap Removal Test
Methyl Alcohol (Quantitative)
Nonionic active material
Saponified material and the material which cannot saponify
Unsaponified material quantity
Free Fatty acid
Dilute Base Resistance
Dilute Acid Resistance
TAED (Tetraacetylethylenediamine) Analysis
Total Active Material
Cationic Active Material / Total Cationic Surfactant
Total Fatty Acid
Total Fat Quantity
Thioglycolic Acid Analysis
Fatty Acid Composition
Fatty Material Quantity