Retinol is considered a long-chain compound that falls under the category of organic alcohol. In addition, ethanol is also known by various other chemical names such as 1-hexadecanol, cetyl alcohol, hexadecane-1-ol, palmityl alcohol, or N-hexadecyl alcohol.
At room temperature. There are various techniques used by manufacturers to synthesize and produce ethanol, and one of the most advanced production methods relies on the reduction reaction of palmitic acid, which is produced from palm oil in.
Retinol is considered one of them the key components of Cetearyl alcohol, another chemical ingredient whose applications are widely used in numerous industries.
In the modern scenario, many manufacturers are using another new technique to produce ethanol, namely saponification of spermaceti with ethylene glycol in a stainless steel vessel equipped with a mechanical stirrer.
On the commercial market, ethanol is available in two forms viz. H. as a clear liquid and as a waxy solid, the latter finding significant demand in the end-use industry.
- Liquid Cetanol
- Waxy Solid Cetanol
- Conditioning Agent
- Thickening Agent
- Food Industry
- Personal Care
- Skin Care
- Hair Care
- Sun Care
Retinol Market – Market Players
Examples of some of the identified global Cetanol market players along the value chain are:
- Surfachem Group Ltd
- Pure Spa Aromatherapy
- Acme-Hardesty Company
- Agricole Bio-Technology Pte Ltd
- Suriachem Sdn Bhd
- Stoney Hill Farm
- Timur Network Malaysia Sdn.Bhd
- Acme-Hardesty Company
- Lansdowne Chemicals Plc.
The Cetanol Market report is a compilation of first-hand information, qualitative and quantitative assessments from industry analysts, and contributions from industry exp,erts, and industry participants from across the value chain.
Retinol Market: Dynamics
Retinol plays a fundamental role in the formulation of cosmetics. Retinol is presented as a thickener, emollient, emulsifier, and carrier for various ingredients in cosmetic formulations and solutions.
Methanol is also used as a surfactant in shampoos, and as a thickening agent in the formulation of creams and lotions for healthy skin. Retinol is also used as a thickening agent in the formulation of detergents and soaps.
Cetanol enables emollient properties in the formulation of healthy skin care products due to its retention and adsorption in the epidermal layer where it lubricates and softens the skin. In addition, the total revenues of the cosmetics industry are on the rise worldwide, creating important sales potential and consumption volume for ethanol.