Formulary

Wrapping and Shine Creme

January 1, 2007


Phase A
Distilled water
65.45
Glycerin
2.50
Propylene glycol
2.50
Cellosize HEC QP 5200 (Amerchol) (Hydroxyethylcellulose)
0.25
Syntran PC 5320 (Polyquaternium-37)
2.00
Syntran PC 5208 (Polyacrylate-15)
5.00

Phase B
Finsolv TN (C12-15 alkyl benzoate)
3.00
Petrolatum (Penreco)
4.00
Avocado oil (Desert Whale) (Persea gratissima oil)
3.00
Jojoba oil (Desert Whate) (Simmondsia chinensis seed oil)
3.00
Protachem SMO (Protameen) (Sorbitan monooleate)
0.20
Escalol 557 (ISP) (Ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate)
1.00
Procol CS-20 D (Protameen) (Cetearyl alcohol (and) ceteareth-20)
5.00
Stearyl alcohol
1.00
Cetyl alcohol
1.50

Phase C
Glydant Plus Liquid (Lonza) (DMDM hydantoin, IPBC)
0.40
Fragrance
0.20

Procedure
Add water, glycerin and propylene glycol to vessel and begin heating to 75°C. Add HEC and stir until completely hydrated and solution is clear. Individually add each Syntran polymer. Stir until batch is homogenous. With batch at 75°C, individually add each Phase B ingredient to batch. Stir between each addition until homogenous emulsion results.

More Information
Interpolymer Corporation, 200 Dan Road, Canton, MA 02021
Tel: 800.262.1281; Fax: 781.821.2485; Website: www.interpolymer.com
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