Formulary

Simple Hair Conditioner Base Formula JZ1-158

August 1, 2010


Phase A
Water [deionized]
to 100

Phase B
CoChem SCS (HallStar) (Cetearyl alcohol, PEG-40 castor oil, stearalkonium chloride)
5.00

Phase C
Mackstat DM (Rhodia-Novecare) (DMDM hydantoin)
0.35

Phase D
Versene NA (Dow Chemical) (Disodium EDTA)
0.05

Phase E
Fragrance
q.s.

Phase F
Dye
q.s.

Procedure
To the main vessel add phase A and start mixing and heating. When the batch reaches 60°C, add phase B. When the batch reaches 75–80°C, maintain temperature and mix with strong agitation without aeration for at least 15 minutes. When the emulsion particle size has reached a minimum, start cooling. When the batch reaches 40°C, add phase C and then phase D.  Add phase E and phase F as desired. Mix until completely uniform and then stop cooling and mixing and submit for final quality.

Properties
Appearance—thick semi-opaque white cream; pH—4.3; Viscosity (RV, T-D, 20, 50 & 100 rpm; cP)—4200, 2040 & 1180; Stability (three freeze-thaw cycles)—passed; Stability (45°C, 3 months)—passed.

More Information
The Hallstar Company
(877) 427-4255 • E-mail: customerservice@hallstar.com www.hallstar.com
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