The Soap and Detergent industry is largely dominated by surfactant based products used for cleaning, wetting, dispersing, emulsifying and foaming.
Surfactants are compounds that lower the surface tension between two liquids, a gas and a liquid, or a liquid and a solid.
The most common surfactants comprise alkyl carboxylates, such as sodium stearate, however, the more specialised variants include sodium lauryl sulfate and carboxylate-based fluorosurfactants.
Here at Spheratrix, we have a huge knowledge base in the design and manufacture of surfactant based micro-spheres for use in Detergents, fabric softeners, soap, exfoliants, shampoos, conditioners and toothpaste.
Our Micro-spheres can be loaded with many different fragrances and are available in a variety of colours and sizes. They can be blended with dry detergent powders, liquids, oils and creams or simply as finished final products.
It is important to consider not only the size of the micro-sphere you require but also the particle size distribution within the proposed final product. For example, extremely small micro-spheres with no meaningful quantity in the final proposed product can appear aesthetically poor and prove ineffective. Whilst tighter particle size distribution products are visually more impressive and offer higher dosages of active ingredients and therapeutic benefits. Therefore, though working with us, we can design and optimise the correct micro-sphere size and size distribution for your product.
We can partner with you to develop and produce pellets based on your individual requirements. We have collaborated with many industries leading worldwide entities and institutions over the years and have the required knowledge to know what is and what is not possible.