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Biorepair Skin Gel



Published June 1, 2007
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Phase A
Deionized water
70.40
Glycerin
5.00
Hamamelis extract (Dragoco) (Hamamelis virginian- witch hazel)
5.00
D-Panthenol 50P (BASF) (Panthenol, propylene glycol)
1.00
Phenonip (Nipa Laboratories)
0.30
Carbopol 1342 (B.F. Goodrich/Noveon) (Acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer)
0.60
Natrosol hydroxyethylcellulose 250 HR (Hercules) (Hydroxyethylcellulose)
0.30
Luviskol K90 (BASF) (PVP)
0.10

Phase B
Sodium hydroxide 18% solution
2.70

Phase C
Isopropyl myristate
3.00
Bisabolol
0.50
Antarox CO 530 (ISP) (Nonoxynol-6)
2.00

Phase D
Fitobroside (Pentapharm) (Triticum vulgare (wheat) germ extract)
3.00
Immucell (Pentapharm) (Glycoproteins)
3.00
Hyasol-BT (Pentapharm) (Sodium hyaluronate)
3.00
Fragrance (Givaudan) (PCV 1677)
0.10

Procedure
Dissolve glycerin, hamamelis extract, D-panthenol 50P, Phenonip, Carbopol 1342, Natrosol Hydroxyethylcellulose 250 HR and Luviskol K90 in deionized water. Neutralize with Phase B. Mix Phase C and incorporate in the resulting gel. A white gel is obtained. Finally add Fitobroside, Immucell, Hyasol-BT and fragrance one after the other.

More Information
Centerchem Inc., 20 Glover Ave., Norwalk, CT 06850
Tel: (203) 822-9800 Fax: (203) 822-9820
E-mail: cosmetics@centerchem.com; Website: www.centerchem.com


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