Precursor technology that enables anyone to produce a consistently best-in-class nanoemulsion.

Compatible with a wide range of oil inputs and purities:

  • Oils and crude extracts
  • Vitamins and nutraceuticals
  • Flavor oils
µGOO (no active ingredient)
Mid-processing with active ingredient added
Post-processing µSHOT

The nanoemulsion produced using μGOO has indefinite kinetic stability in liquids, and has been stress-tested for pH stability, temperature stability and active ingredient degradation over time.

Water compatible emulsions can be formed from a wide range of composite chemistries and homogenization methods. While it is straightforward to make a basic oil-in-water emulsion, considerably more R&D is required to form an emulsion with stability and performance that will result in an acceptable consumer experience when used in various media and environmental conditions.

Specifically, most published emulsion formulations and manufacturing methods do not provide:

  • sufficiently small particle size < 40nm – most reported nanoemulsions are on the order of 250nm with reduced bioavailability and slow onset time
  • stability at high temperatures as measured by particle size and turbidity
  • stability in low pH mediums such as a citric beverages
  • stability in the presence of dissolved artificial sweeteners – sweeteners are
    normally used as part of a taste masking solution but often promote turbidity
  • a proven and effective preservative regimen
  • minimized active ingredient degradation over time – the degradation profile must be more favorable than that of a primitive oil extract to maintain a top tier consumer experience
  • high density loading to accommodate various product SKUs and dosing options
  • optimized throughput on readily available and scalable hardware
  • a straightforward manufacturing method reduced to a simple set of SOPs that does not require specialized training to minimize labor costs and reduce the risk of operator error

Proper formulation development involves many time-dependent trials that cannot be accelerated and require frequent reformulation during the R&D phase when prototype problems are observed. μGOO eliminates the need for costly R&D that carries no guarantee of a quality nanoemulsion formulation.

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We have partnered with Qsonica, a manufacturer of sonicators used to make nanoemulsions, to provide an all-in-one, turnkey solution for anyone who wants to make a best-in-class nanoemulsion.

Check out the video to see how we’ve taken a complicated chemistry and engineering problem and reduced it to an easy process that anyone can do.

 Making a Nanoemulsion: a Step-by-Step Video