Formulary

Shower Gel with Softspheres

November 1, 2005


Phase A
Deionized water
33.80
MPDiol glycol (Lyondell) (Methyl propanediol)
2.00

Phase B
Disodium EDTA (American Int.)
0.10
Ceraphyl 65 (ISP/Van Dyk) (Quaternium-26)
0.10
Standapol ES-1 (Cognis) (Sodium laureth sulfate)
30.00
Standapol T (Cognis) (TEA-lauryl sulfate)
20.00
Velvetex BK-35 (Cognis) (Cocamidopropyl betaine)
3.00

Phase C
Glucamate DOE-120 (Amerchol) (PEG-120 methyl glucose dioleate)
0.25
Glydant (Lonza) (DMDM hydantoin)
0.25
Standamid KDO (Cognis) (Cocamide DEA)
4.00
Floral Fragrance (American Flavor)
0.50

Phase D
Sp-VEaDC56b (Kobo Products) (Mica and tocopheryl acetate and agar-agar and polyquaternium-11 and titanium dioxide and phenoxyethanol and methylparaben and butylparaben and ethylparaben).
5.00

Phase E
Citric acid 25% solution (Roche)
1.00

Procedure
Heat phase A to 75°C. Add phase B. Cool to 40°C and add phase C. Stir for 10 minutes and then add phase D. Stir five minutes. Adjust pH to 6.5 with phase E.

More Information
Kobo Products, Inc. 690 Montrose Ave. & 3474 S. Clinton Ave., South Plainfield, NJ, 07080
Tel: (908) 757-0033; Fax: (908) 757-0905; Website: www.koboproducts.com
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