Three-component olive oil-in-water high internal phase emulsions stabilized by palm surfactant and their moisturizing properties.
Lim, H.N. and Kassim, Anuar and Huang, N. M. and Radiman, S. and Yarmo , M.A. and Yeong, S. K. and Khiew, P. S. and Chiu, W. S. (2010) Three-component olive oil-in-water high internal phase emulsions stabilized by palm surfactant and their moisturizing properties. Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 31 (-). pp. 95-101. ISSN 0193-2691
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In the present study, olive oil was used for the preparation of three-component high internal phase emulsions with oil volume fraction of more than 0.77 stabilized by palm-based polyoxyethylene lauryl ether for the first time. These emulsions were investigated on their morphology, structural properties, stability, and hydration efficacy. Droplet size distribution observed from the optical micrographs was in agreement with the light scattering results, which suggested that droplet size was influenced by oil phase and surfactant concentrations. Rheological results exhibiting flow curves cross-over implied structural build-up that gave rise to high stability which was supported by stable three-month storage at an elevated temperature. The hydration efficacy of the emulsion was examined in vivo using a corneometer.
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