Formulary

Water in Oil Anti-aging Skin Cream

September 1, 2005


Phase A
Dow Corning 5200 formulation aid
2.0
Dow Corning 9040 silicone elastomer blend
5.0
Klearol (Crompton Corp.)
3.0
Jojoba oil (Henry Lamotte)
2.0
Dub B1215 (Stearinerie Dubois Fils)
5.0
Dow Corning AMS-C30 cosmetic wax
3.0

Phase B
Water
63.6
Sodium chloride
1.0

Phase C
Dow Corning 345 fluid
6.0
Dow Corning 2-1184 fluid
6.0
Pepha-Nutrix (Pentapharm, CH)
3.0

Phase D
White tea perfume (Fimenich)
0.4

Procedure
Heat phase A ingredients to 80°C. Mix ingredients of phase B together and heat to 80°C. Slowly add phase B to phase A and mix well. Homogenize using a high shear mixer. Let the mixture cool to room temperature. Add ingredients of phase C one after another and mix with the same speed. Continue mixing for an additional 15 minutes.

More Information
Stable for at least two months at room temperature, 40°C and 4°C. Stablle for at least two months at room temperature, 40°C and 4°C.

More Information
Dow Corning, PO Box 994, Midland, MI 48686-0994
Tel: (989) 496-4000; Fax: (989) 496-4586
E-mail: info@dowcorning.com; Website: www.dowcorning.com
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