Cleansing and conditioning are key benefits consumers have always been looking for with traditional shampoos. As the shampoo market and consumer habits evolve, new performance and formulation trends are developing such as deep repair, sulfate-free, low surfactant, silicone-free to meet specific consumer groups needs. Traditional hair care ingredients may not deliver anymore the required level of performance. Solvay introduces new ingredients and formulation advice to meet the conditioning challenges of innovative shampoos; some examples will illustrate this overview.
Business Development Manager
Sandra Catarino started her career 11 years ago in chemistry business development with a Ph.D. in Polymer Chemistry. She joined Rhodia in 2007 working on positions in Account Management and Marketing support for EMEA Emerging counties, and then Home & Personal Care Surfactant Business Development. Sandra is now leading Home & Personal Care Polymer Business Development for Solvay in Europe.
Senior Research Scientist
Caroline Mabille, PhD, started her carreer at Rhodia in R&D 13 years ago after obtaining a PhD in physical chemistry. In 2006, she joined the Home & Personal Care Application Laboratory based in Paris. Caroline is currently leading the Hair Care Competence Center of Solvay.
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September 18th, 2013