Formulary

Nourishing & Moisturizing Hair Care

June 1, 2006


Phase A
Water
q.s. to 100%
Promois S700SIG (Hydrolized silk PG-propyl mu00e9thylsilandiol)
3.00
Aquaxyl (Seppic) (Xylitylglucoside [and] anhydroxylitol [and] xylitol)
3.00

Phase B
Sepiplus 400 (Seppic) (Polyacrylate-13 [and] polyisobutene [and] polysorbate 20)
2.50

Phase C
Dimethicone and dimethicone crosspolymer (Dow Corning)
12.50
Dimethicone (Dow Corning)
7.50

Phase D
Oramix CG110 (Seppic) (Caprylic capric glucoside)
0.50
Ethanol
5.00
Sepicide HB (Seppic) (Phenoxyethanol [and] methylparaben [and] ethylparaben [and] propylparaben [and] butylparaben)
0.50
Fragrance (Technico Flor)
0.20
Color (Wackherr)
q.s.

Phase E
Lactic acid
q.s. to pH =5

Procedure
Separately blend ingredients of phase C with sufficient shear. Prepare phase A in the main tank, then add Sepiplus 400 and homogenize. While maintaining homogenization for 10’, introduce phase C and increase the speed to 1400 rpm. Successively add ingredients in phase D, always under homogenization. Adjust final pH if necessary.

More Information
Seppic, Inc., 30 Two Bridges Rd., Fairfield, NJ 07004
Tel:  (973) 882-5597; Fax: (973) 882-5178; Website: www.seppic.com
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