Formulary

Bronzing Stick

April 1, 2005


Phase A
Microcrystalline wax SP-1028 (Strahl & Pitsch)
11.70
Lauryl laurate (Strahl & Pitsch)
3.00
Microcrystalline wax SP-89 (Strahl & Pitsch)
2.80
Microcrystalline wax SP-19 (Strahl & Pitsch)
2.80
Caprylic/capric triglycerides (Cognis)
14.00
Isopropyl myristate (Cognis)
15.00
Propylene glycol dicaprylate/dicaprate (Cognis)
19.40
Trioctyldodecyl citrate (Phoenix)
3.00
Propylparaben (Spectrum Chemical)
0.20
PEG-8 (and) tocopherol (and) ascorbyl palmitate (and) ascorbic acid (and) citric acid (Rona)
0.10

Phase B
Mica (and) iron oxides (Colorona bronze cosmetic pigment/Rona)
13.00
Mica (and) titanium oxides (Timiron MP-10 cosmetic pigment/Rona)
9.00
Mica (and) iron oxides (Colorona copper cosmetic pigment/Rona)
3.00
Bismuth oxychloride (Biron LF-2000 cosmetic pigment/Rona)
3.00

Procedure
Heat the ingredients of phase A to 85°C with mixing. Blend phase B and add to phase A. Continue mixing until the melt is homogenous. Cool down to 70-80°C and pour into sticks.

More Information
Rona Cosmetic Business Unit /EMD Chemicals Inc., 7 Skyline Dr., Hawthorne, NY 10532 Tel: (914) 592-4660; Fax: (914) 785-5804
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