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Published July 1, 2009
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Phase A
Deionized water
35.00
Keltrol F
0.20
Methylparaben
0.25
PVP K-30 (10% aq. solution)
11.75
Triethanolamine 99%
1.00
Zemea propanediol
10.00
Cosmetic yellow C33-1700
1.00
Black iron oxide LC989
2.00
Sericite PHN
2.00
White beeswax
2.00
Permethyl 104A
6.00
Stearic acid
2.50
Lipo GMS 450
1.00
Propyl paraben
0.20
Phenoxyethanol
1.00
Germall 115
0.10
Lubrajel oil
14.00

Phase B
Cosmetic russet C33-5138
5.00

Phase C
Carnauba wax #1
4.00

Phase D
Deionized water
1.00

Procedure
Combine phase A ingredients into a uniform phase. Grind phase B in a micropulverizer. Mix phase A and phase B until homogeneous. Combine phase C ingredients and melt at 80-85°C with good mixing. Heat phase A at 75-80°C. Slowly add phase C to phase A and B with continuous mixing. Stir at 75°C for 15 minutes and cool the batch. Combine phase D ingredients. At 50°C, slowly add phase D to the batch. Continue to cool the batch to room temperature.

More Information
DuPont Tate & Lyle Bio Products, Tel: (866) 404-7933 (U.S., Canada & Mexico); (217) 421-3443; Website: www.duponttateandlyle.com


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