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The Dissolution of Silicone Fluid

Silicone fluid does not decompose in the natural environment like most organic compounds: it is broken down into simpler molecules due to bacterial attack or by the catalysis of sand in the soil. The decomposition product of silicone oil is a cyclic silicone molecule. Polyacrylamide further decomposes the natural products - water, CO2 and silica water and matter. The organosilicon compound remaining in the soil is soluble in water and further analyzed as silicic acid under ultraviolet irradiation in sunlight. Silicic acid is a naturally occurring compound in seawater, so there is no need to worry about the accumulation and residue of silicone oil after a large amount of long-term use.

Silicone fluid has a dissolution effect on various vitamins, fungicides and the like. The cosmetic made from it can form a thin layer of hydrophobic film on the skin. It is not afraid of soaping, and silicone defoamer can effectively extend the role of nutrient creams and creams. Sunscreens with silicone oil will not be lost due to sea bathing or sweating, which can effectively reduce the harm of ultraviolet rays. A silicone oil foundation cream protects the skin from pigments and solvents. Antiperspirant deodorant made of silicone oil, it is non-irritating, non-sensitive to the skin, and can prevent pores from clogging, clean skin and remove stains. Hair care products formulated with silicone oil, such as hair oil, hair cream, mousse, etc., can be used to comb the hair at a suitable temperature into a desired hair style, and the scale inhibitor can effectively guard against external moisture penetration or water evaporation imbalance. Products such as hair oil with silicone oil can make hair soft, smooth, non-tangled, and can be connected to a stable hair style to reduce the blowing time.