Date recorded: July 17 2012

Duration: 36 minutes 05 seconds

Laser diffraction has proven to be a useful tool for particle size characterization of cosmetic products. Is it a powder, an emulsion, a cream or a lotion that needs to be tested? Here we present tips and methodologies for success!
Table of contents
1. Particle size characterization of cosmetic products
02:15
2. Abstract
00:25
3. Outline
00:58
4. The world of cosmetics
00:27
5. Particle size in cosmetics
00:44
6. Particle size in cosmetics
00:57
7. Laser diffraction
01:02
8. Powders
01:16
9. Robust and friable powders
01:05
10. Robust and friable powders
01:17
11. Emulsions
01:00
12. Emulsions – laser diffraction analysis
02:03
13. Emulsions - stability
00:29
14. Emulsions - stability
01:21
15. Emulsions - stability
01:29
16. Emulsion – optical properties Is this real???
01:48
17. Creams and lotions
00:57
18. Creams and lotions – complex size distributions
00:37
19. Creams and lotions – complex size distributions
00:40
20. Creams and lotions – complex size distributions
01:15
21. Conclusions
01:36
22. Contact Information
00:33
23. Emulsions - stability
01:14
24. Contact Information
06:01
25. Emulsions - stability
02:03
26. Contact Information
02:33