Silikes – Silicone Substitutes

Silike Logo Substitutos para o silicone

Silicone Substitutes: Meet Silikes

Thinking about well-being and the environment, Maian developed the SILIKE line, which are 100% natural substitutes for silicones, which, in addition to some other advantages in the manufacture of cosmetic products, provide a unique and differentiated sensory for each product, pleasing the all audiences.

Get to know Silikes and be surprised by the advantages of using them as silicone substitutes in your cosmetic products.

What are Silikes?

Silikes are silicone substitutes, maintaining performance and physicochemical and sensory characteristics, in addition to having the ability to form a film and provide softness and silkiness as a property. Silikes are available with the most varied viscosities, with some options being more volatile than others, providing a wide variety of alternatives for the elaboration of cosmetics for skin and hair.

A notable property of low viscosity Silikes (like 350 and 2010) is their slightly dry sensory with fast absorption and their ability to act as dispersants and solvents, making them an excellent alternative for cosmetic products.

Advantages of using silicone substitutes like Silike

As a natural product, Silikes are a great alternative as substitutes for traditional silicones such as o dimethicone (also called dimethicone and dimethyl polysiloxane, which is the main representative of the silicone class), since the market trend has been changing. increasingly focused on products with natural ingredients due to the growing demand for natural products and the use of raw materials from renewable sources.

Volatile Silikes do not seal the hair strands in a way that would make them impermeable, nor do they “clog” the skin pores of those who use cosmetics with one of them in its composition. With this, they help to provide the pleasant emollient effect without favoring the appearance of negative effects that could be caused by the accumulation of residues.

In addition, Silikes are an option that brings all the fundamental properties that traditional silicone offers, some of which are emollience, softness and the light shine that it provides to the skin and hair, in accordance with the objective of the cosmetic in question.

Silike options available

SUBSTITUTE COUNTER TYPE VISCOSITY
SILIKE 91 Cyclopentasiloxane
SILIKE 350* Dimethicone 350
SILIKE 1000* Dimethicone 1000
SILIKE 3000* Dimethicone 3000
SILIKE 5000* Dimethicone 5000
SILIKE 2010* Cyclopentasiloxane & Dimethiconol 200
SILIKE 2020* Cyclopentasiloxane & Dimethiconol 600
SILIKE 1501* Cyclopentasiloxane & Dimethiconol 8000
SILIKE 1411* Cyclopentasiloxane & Dimethicone 6000
SILIKE 2034* Cyclopentasiloxane & Dimethicone 1700
SILIKE 650* Catiônicos
SILIKE 949* Amodimethicone, Trideceth 12 & Cetrimonium Chloride
SILIKE 9040 Cyclopentasiloxane & Dimethicone Crosspolymer
SILIKE 9027** Cyclopentasiloxane, Dimeticonol & Dimethicone Crosspolymer

* Soluble in water
** Provides thermal protection

Main applications of Silikes

As they are compounds that have the same properties as silicones, Silikes can be used in cosmetics to achieve the same purpose. Check out the main applications:

  • Conditioner
  • Comb cream
  • Modeling cream
  • Massage creams
  • Creams and Emulsions
  • Exfoliating creams
  • Cream defroster
  • Leave-in / Leave-on
  • Moisturizing lotion
  • Hair mask
  • Body oil

Silikes as silicone substitutes: budget

Before purchasing one of the traditional silicones, try the Silikes and discover in practice all the advantages of opting for this alternative for making cosmetic products.

Take the opportunity to check out the other Maian products on sale, such as LanoGreen, Vegetable Vaseline, Minoil Veg, cetostearyl alcohol and Polyquaternium 7, and make your budget with Maian, a company with more than 40 years of expertise in the market.