Formulary

Moisturizing Oil-in-Water Cream

May 1, 2009


Phase A
Hostaphat CS 120 (Clariant) (Stearyl phosphate)
1.00
Velsan D8P-3 (Clariant) (Isopropyl PPG-2 isodeceth-7 carboxylate)
2.00
Isocetyl isostearate
6.00
Isostearyl palmitate
3.60
Caprylic/capric triglyceride
5.00
Ethylhexyl palmitate
2.40
Glyceryl stearate
4.00
Stearic acid
4.00
Cetyl alcohol
1.00
Hostapon KCG (Clariant) (Sodium cocoyl glutamate)
0.45
Glycerin
5.00
Sodium citrate
1.00
Phenonip (Clariant) (Phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, ethylparaben, butylparaben, propylparaben, isobutylparaben)
0.90
Sodium hydroxide (10% aq.)
1.00
Citric acid
q.s.

Phase B
Water
62.35

Phase C
Fragrance Soft Vanilla VV41-0028 (Ungerer)
0.30

Procedure
Melt components of phase A at ~75-80°C, with stirring. Heat phase  B to ~70°C. Add (2) to (1) and continue mixing until cool. Add phase C at ~35°C and adjust pH if necessary. (5) Homogenize emulsion. Results: pH (1% aq.) 6.5 ± 0.5

More Information
White cream. Stability-12 weeks at 45°C, 3 freeze-thaw cycles.

More Information
Clariant Corporation Functional Chemicals Division, R&D Personal Care
Tel: (704) 395-6657; Website: www.clariant-personalcare.com
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