As a rule, cosmetic masks can represent both end products and basic substances for possible further processing. Cosmetic masks are multi-phase preparations, which are intended to achieve pore opening and deep cleaning. Their constituents comprise important active substances and must be processed to fine emulsions during production, in order to achieve the best possible development of the effect of the constituents.
Cosmetic masks are made from a mixture of substances with varying viscosity, such as water, oil and wax. The preparation should be easily spread and to wash off with water. Therefore, the constituents of cosmetic masks are processed to fine emulsions, which should contain the smallest possible particles.
Modern homogenisers are equipped with features specially designed for use in the production of cosmetics. With a large performance spectrum and robust machine construction, the agitators should enable production of particularly stable and closely distributed emulsions. In the case of cosmetic masks, substances with different viscosities are often processed.
Such homogenising mixers should also provide a scraper system that is independent of the direction of rotation, extremely efficient radial and vertical mixing of highly viscous products and intensive homogenisation with infinitely variable adjustment of shear energy.
High-performance devices ensure smaller particles with closer particle distribution and thus contribute to a significantly higher product quality. The production of cosmetic masks also requires the guarantee of a clean production process, which can be achieved by aseptic GMP design and an integrated Cleaning-In-Place system.