Formulary

Liquid Powder

January 1, 2006


Phase A
Water
56.7
Inulin lauryl carbamate
0.5
Carbopol Ultrez 10 (Carbomer)
0.3

Phase B
Neopentyl glycol diheptanoate and isodecane
5.0
Stearamidopropyl morpholine lactate (25%)
2.0
Mackalene 326 (McIntyre) (Stearamidopropyl morpholine lactate [25%])
2.0
Stearyl benzoate
3.0
Sorbitan oleate
0.5
Propylene glycol caprylate
0.5

Phase C
Corn Starch 037570 (Corn Products)
30.0
Fragrance
q.s.
Paragon III (Phenoxyethanol [and] DMDM hydantoin [and] methylparaben [and] propylparaben)
q.s.
Triethanolamine (99%)
q.s. to pH 5.5-6.0

Procedure
Add Inulin lauryl carbamate to water and disperse Carbolpol Ultrez 10. Blend until the carbomer is completely dispersed and hydrated (about 10 minutes). Reduce agitation and heat to 70˚C. Combine components in phase B and heat to 75˚C. Slowly add phase B to phase A. With rapid agitation, hold temperature between 70-75˚C for 30 minutes. Cool to 55˚C and with continuous agitation slowly add corn starch. Add fragrance and preservative.

Adjust pH to 5.5-6.0 with TEA. Cool to room temperature and fill.

More Information
McIntyre Group, 24601 Governors Highway, University Park, IL 60466
Tel:  (708) 534-6200; Fax: (708) 534-6216
E-mail: info@mcintyregroup.com; Website: www.mcintyregroup.com
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