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      1. Why add Mica to cosmetics?

        Jan. 09, 2020

        Can you imagine the countless small flake mica forming small mirrors on your face to reflect the light? After you use the skincare products, you can make your face sparkle, mica. Share the role of mica in makeup as Mica Factory.

        Recently, many people have asked about the glittering things in skincare products, or some people know if there is any harm such as adding mica. Let's talk about these glittering mica in cosmetics today. And why mica is added to cosmetics.

        Let's start with our skin. Healthy skin needs a glow:

        Healthy skin needs a certain amount of shine,

        For Asian women, to be white and natural, proper luster is needed: if there is too little luster on the face, the skin will look dry and malnourished; but too much luster will appear too greasy and shiny Easier to appear on dull skin.

        Phlogopite Mica

        Phlogopite Mica

        In cosmetics, how to make the face shiny? One is that you can add some oil, but it may affect the skin feeling, and the product feels greasy after use. The other is to add mica to skincare and makeup products.

        Why mica can be shiny, let's talk a bit about it:

        The first is the flake structure of mica: Mica is a rock-forming mineral. Mica used in cosmetics is usually a scaly structure, as shown in the figure. The sheet-like structure, if it can be covered with a layer on the skin surface, allows the light to form a specular reflection, rather than a diffuse reflection without a fixed direction, so that the specularly reflected light may be shiny. We have Phlogopite Mica on sale.

        The second is that the light shining on the mica has a high reflection and a small transmittance. This way the light will not pass through the mica (it will not be like glass) but will be reflected on the mica surface.

        Combine the two characteristics of the above mica:

        Shine's definition is itself a contrast between specular reflection and diffuse reflection. If the light is transmitted through the material, or if it has been diffusely reflected, it will not be able to form a specular reflection and form a gloss.

        The characteristics and structure of mica can form reflection instead of a transmission. On the other hand, the sheet structure determines the specular reflection that can be performed. (Imagine the numerous small pieces of mica that form on your face. Mirror), so that mica can form a good gloss.

        Mica is widely used in the cosmetic industry as a pearlescent agent to increase the brightness of the product, or to brighten the skin tone on the skin surface to make the skin have a better gloss.

        Our company also has Muscovite Mica on sale, welcome to consult.