Formulary

Teen Pure - Facial Anti-Sebum Cream

July 1, 2008


Phase A
Tego Care 450 (Polyglyceryl-3 methylglucose distearate)
3.0
Tegin M Pellets (Glyceryl stearate)
2.5
Tego Alkanol 18 (Stearyl alcohol)
1.5
Tegosoft OP (Ethylhexyl palmitate)
8.5
Tegosoft CT (Caprylic/capric triglyceride)
7.5
Tegosoft DC (Decyl cocoate)
2.0
Tego Policosanol (Saccharum officinarum (sugar cane) extract)
0.2
Water
65.1
Tegosoft OP (Ethylhexyl palmitate)
0.8
Preservative, Parfum
q.s.

Phase B
Glycerin
3.00

Phase C
Tego Carbomer 134 (Carbomer)
0.2

Phase D
NaOH, 10%
0.7

Phase E
Tego Smooth Complex (Betaine, urea, potassium lactate, polyglutamic acid, hydrolyzed sclerotium gum)
5.0

Procedure
Heat phase A and B separately to approx. 80°C. Add phase A to phase B with stirring.* Homogenize. Cool with gentle stirring to approx. 60°C and add phase C. Homogenize for a short time. Cool with gentle stirring and add phase D/E below 40°C. *Important: If phase A has to be charged into the vessel first, phase B must be added without stirring.

More Information
Evonik Industries,  Essen, Germany, +49 (201) 173 - 2854, Fax: +49 (201) 173 -1828
Email: personal-care@degussa.com, Website: www.degussa-personal-care.com
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