Formulary

Toothpaste Formula

February 1, 2005


Phase A
Glycerol anhydrous (Fluka Chemie)
q.s.
Teavigo (DSM) (epigallocatechin gallate)
0.10
Syloblanc 34 (Grace Davison) (silica)
7.00
Sodium fluoride
0.22
Sodium saccharin
0.05

Phase B
Texapon Z 95 P (Cognis GMBH) (sodium lauryl sulfate)
1.60
Syloblanc 81 (Grace Davison) (hydrated silica)
10.00
Syloblanc 82 (Grace Davison) (hydrated silica)
10.00
Titanium dioxide USP
0.50
Optimint 291616 (Symrise) (aroma)
1.10

Phase C
Citric acid anhydrous
0.45
Water
0.30
Vert Turquoise W 7003 (LCW)
0.00682
FD&C Yellow 5 W 081 (LCW)
0.00114

Procedure
Dissolve Teavigo in glycerin at room temperature with moderate agitation. Add the Syloblanc 34 with moderate agitation at room temperature until homogeneous mixture is obtained. Add the other ingredients of phase A at room temperature with moderate agitation until a homogeneous mixture is obtained. Add all ingredients of phase B to phase A in the order shown at room temperature with moderate agitation until a homogeneous paste is obtained. Mix the ingredients of phase C in the order shown at room temperature with moderate agitation until a clear solution is obtained. Add phase C to phase A/B at room temperature with moderate agitation until a homogeneous paste is obtained.

More Information
DSM Nutritional Products, 45 Waterview Blvd., Parsippany, NJ 07054-1298
Tel: (800) 526-0189; Fax: (973) 257-8580; Website: www.nutraaccess.com
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