Formulary

Hydrating Body Créme

July 1, 2009


Phase A
Deionized water
58.50
Lipowax D (Lipo)
3.00
DC 245 Fluid (Dow Corning)
1.50
Syntran PC 5500 (Interpolymer)
5.00
Fragrance
0.10
Dissolvine Na2-S (Akzo Nobel)
0.05
Glycerin 99.7%, USP
1.00
Butylene glycol
3.00
Lanette 16 (Cognis)
6.00
Ceraphyl 368 (ISP)
5.00
Drakeol 35 Min. Oil (Peneco)
3.00
Drakeol 7 Lt. Min. Oil (Peneco)
2.00
Lipovol HS (Lipo)
2.00
Finsolv TN (Finetex)
5.00
Refined Shea Butter (ISP)
2.00
Procetyl AWS (Croda)
0.50
DC 200 Fluid 350 cst (Dow Corning)
1.50
Optiphen (ISP)
0.50
Liquid Glydant Plus (Lonza)
0.35

Procedure
Combine phase A ingredients and begin heating to 75°C.  Stir until clear and homogeneous. In a separate vessel add all phase B ingredients and heat to 75°C until melted.  Add phase B to phase A @ 75°C.  Cool batch to 55°C; add phase C ingredients.  Homomix batch until uniform. At 55°C, add Syntran 5500. Cool batch slowly to 45°C add phase E.

Procedure
Final pH—6.5 ± 0.3; Appearance—Light tan solution; %Solids—24%; pH value at 22°C—7; Viscosity@22°C—100 mPa

More Information
Interpolymer Corporation, (781) 828-7120, (800) 262-1281, Website: www.interpolymercorp.com
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