Formulary

Broad Spectrum SPF 30 PA Sunscreen

December 1, 2007

HallBrite OS USP (HallStar) (Ethylhexyl salicylate)
5.00
HallBrite HS USP (HallStar) (Homosalate)
7.50
Parsol 340 (DSM Nutritional) (Octocrylene)
2.75
HallBrite BHB (HallStar) (Butyloctyl salicylate)
5.00
Polycrylene (HallStar)(Polyester-8)
3.00
Vitamin E Acetate Oil USP, FCC, (BASF) (Tocopheryl acetate)
0.20
Parsol 1789 (DSM Nutritional)(Butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane)
3.00
Neo Heliopan BB (Symrise) (Benzophenone-3)
4.00
CoVera (HallStar) (Aloe barbadensis leaf juice)
0.50
SD Alcohol 40
67.05
Dermacryl 79 (National Starch) (Acrylates/octylacrylamide copolymer)
2.00

Procedure
An explosion-proof environment is required throughout preparation and packaging.
Add the first six ingredients to secondary vessel, start center-stir (prop) mizing, heat to 50°C and then add Parsol 1789 and Neo Heliopan BB. When homogenous and clear, start cooling. To the primary vessel add the alcohol and aloe vera. With mixing add Dermacryl 79. Slowly add secondary vessel contents to the main vessel contents. When uniform and clear, perform final quality assurance checks and package product in pump spray bottle.

More Info:


The Hallstar Company 120 South Riverside Plaza Suite 1620, Chicago, IL 60606
Tel: (877) 427-4255 Fax: (708) 594-1185 Website:  www.hallstar.com
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