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Styling agents

STYLING AGENT INGREDIENTS

Styling agents refer to products that are used to style or shape hair and are a vital part of the beauty industry. These agents are commonly used in the beauty industry to create a desired hairstyle or look. Styling agents can be applied to wet or dry hair and can range from gels, creams, waxes, pomades, sprays, mousses, and more.

Hair styling agents allow consumers to achieve various hairstyles. Depending on the type of product and the desired look, they are designed to provide hold, texture, and control.

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TYPES OF INGREDIENTS USED IN HAIR STYLING AGENTS There are many different ingredients used in hair styling agents, each with its own unique properties and benefits. Here are some of the most common ingredients used in hair styling products. CHOOSING THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS As a manufacturer of hair styling agents, it's crucial to choose the right ingredients for your products. You'll want to consider factors such as the hold level, shine, and texture you want to achieve, as well as the specific benefits you want to offer your customers. Thanks to having years of experience, our experts can help and advise you in choosing the right ingredients. In our portfolio you will find only the best ingredients. Ingredients that take your product line to the next level. Our ingredients have been carefully sourced and formulated to provide exceptional performance. BSC Distributors can also provide you with samples of our products if needed. With the right choice, you can create high-quality products that meet the needs of your customers and help them achieve the desired look and hold they're after.

Our product line includes the following types of products

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UV absorbers are ingredients that protect the hair from damage caused by UV radiation. Examples include benzophenone-4 and ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate.

UV Absorbers
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Preservatives are added to cosmetics and personal care products to prevent the growth of bacteria, mold and other microorganisms. This increases their shelf life.

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Fragrances are substances used to impart pleasant scents or aromas to enhance the sensory experience of the products. They can evoke emotions, enhance product appeal, and create a specific atmosphere or mood. 

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Surfactants are chemical compounds that reduce the surface tension between substances, allowing them to mix and interact more effectively, and are often used in detergents, soaps, and personal care items.

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Moisturizers improve the skin's moisture content by preventing water loss and promoting hydration. Ingredients that perform this function include humectants, emollients, and occlusives.

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Humectants attract and retain moisture in the hair, making the hair more hydrated and less prone to breakage. They are particularly useful for dry or damaged hair. Examples of common humectants include Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, hyaluronic acid, and Sorbitol.

Humectants
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Polymers are a key ingredient in most styling agents as they are often used as film-forming agents to help hold hair in place. Examples include polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), polyacrylates, and polyurethanes.

Polymers
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Thickeners increase the viscosity and thickness of the product. Emulsifiers help mix and stabilize ingredients, such as oil and water. They enable the uniform dispersion of oil droplets in water or water droplets in oil, ensuring a stable and consistent product.

Emulsifiers & thickeners
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Silicones are synthetic ingredients that provide a smooth and shiny finish to the hair. They can also help to reduce frizz and tangles, making the hair easier to manage. Common silicones are cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, and phenyl trimethicone.

Silicones
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