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44501 Hyaluronic Acid Skin Caring Agent

44501 Hyaluronic Acid Skin Caring Agent

Short Description:

44501 is a special agent containing hyaluronic acid.

Hyaluronic acid has excellent water locking ability. One gram hyaluronic acid can absorb 500ml moisture, which is 16 times of collagen.

Adding hyaluronic acid into fabrics finishing agent can keep skin hydrated and re-build water lipid protective film, which makes skin more supple and glossy.

The processed fabrics can also protect human skin.

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Features & Benefits

  1. Skin care: Hyaluronic acid transfers to human skin, which can form a film suitable for human skin. Has excellent moisture retention, which can alleviate the effect of stimulating substances on skin.
  2. Beautify effect: Hyaluronic acid can help to remove skin melanin, make human skin healthy and glossy and improve cytothesis of skin.
  3. Hydrophilic moisture retention: Has the function of skin dryness prevention, water absorption, static electricity resistance and easy decontamination. Imparts fabrics comfortable and soft hand feeling.
  4. Good washability: Keeps good effect of skin caring and beautifying after repeated washing.
  5. High safety performance: Non-toxic. No stimulation or harm to human. Fits environmental protection requirements.


Typical Properties

Appearance: Colorless to light yellow transparent viscous fluid
Ionicity: Anionic
pH value: 7.0±1.0 (1% aqueous solution)
Solubility: Soluble in water
Content: 10%
Application: Various kinds of fabrics



120kg plastic barrel, IBC tank & customized package available for selection



About finishing

Any operation for improving the appearance or usefulness of a fabric after it leaves the loom or knitting machine can be considered a finishing step. Finishing is the last step in fabric manufacturing and is when the final fabric properties are developed.

The term ‘finishing’, in its widest sense, covers all processes which fabrics undergo after their manufacture in looms or knitted machines. However, in a more restricted sense, it is the third and final stage of processing after bleaching and dyeing. Even this definition does not hold well in some cases where the fabric is not bleached and/ or dyed. A simple definition of finishing is the sequence of operations, other than scouring, bleaching and coloration, to which the fabrics are subjected after leaving the loom or knitting machine. Most finishes are applied to woven, nonwoven and knit fabrics. But finishing is also done in yarn form (e.g., silicone finishing on sewing yarn) or garment form. Finishing is mostly done in fabric form rather than in yarn form. However, sewing threads made from mercerized cotton, linen and their blends with synthetic fibers as well as some silk yarns require finishing in yarn form.

A fabric’s finish can be either chemicals that change the fabric’s aesthetic and/or physical properties or changes in texture or surface characteristics brought about by physically manipulating the fabric with mechanical devices; it can also be a combination of the two.

Textile finishing gives a textile its final commercial character with regard to appearance, shine, handle, drape, fullness, usability, etc. Nearly all textiles are finished. When finishing takes place in a wet state, it is called wet finishing, and while finishing in a dry state, it is called dry finishing. The finishing auxiliaries are applied using finishing machines, padders or mangles with one- or two-sided action or by impregnation or exhaustion. Altering the composition, rheology and viscosity of the finish applied can vary effects.

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