Formulary

Water in Oil Skin Cream

October 1, 2005


Phase A
Dow Corning 5200 formulation aid
2.00
Klearol (Crompton Corp.)
8.00
Dow Corning 2-1184 fluid
4.50
Dow Corning 1501 fluid
3.00
Dow Corning 9040 silicone elastomer blend
5.00
Escalol 557 (ISP)
2.00
Dekaben (Jan Dekker)
0.50

Phase B
Water
61.54
Sodium chloride
1.00
Propylene glycol (VEL)
5.00
Glycofilm (Solabia)
5.00
Dow Corning HMW 2220
2.00

Phase C
D&C Red 28 (LCW Sensient)
0.06

Phase D
Laurier perfume (Symrise)
0.40

Procedure
Mix ingredients of phase A, except Dow Corning 9040 silicone elastomer blend, and stir until mixture is homogenous. Add Dow Corning 9040 silicone elastomer blend and mix until homogenous. Mix ingredients of phase B under sufficient agitation to obtain a homogenous mixture. Add phase C to phase B while mixing. Add the mixture slowly to phase A and increase stirring speed while adding. Continue mixing for an additional 15 minutes. Add phase D and mix. Continue mixing for an additional 5 minutes.

More Information
Stable for at least eight months at room temperature at 40°.

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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