Formulary

Shampoo for Conditioning And Shine from Dow Corning

September 1, 2010


Phase A
Water
58.90
Jaguar C-14S (Rhodia Inc.) (Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride)
0.20
Citric acid (25% solution in water)
q.s.
Empicol ESB 3 (Albright & Wilson) (Sodium laureth sulfate)
30.00

Phase B
Comperlan KD (Cognis) (Cocamide DEA)
3.00
Amonyl 380 BA (Seppic S. A.) (Cocamidopropyl betaine)
3.50

Phase C
Dow Corning HMW 2220 Nonionic Emulsion (Divinyldimethicone/dimethicone copolymer (and) C12-13 pareth-3 (and) C12-13 pareth 23)
2.50
Glydant 2000 (Lonza) (DMDM hydantoin)
0.40
Kiwi Hydro 0803789 (Parfum) (Expressions Perfumes)
D&C Green 5 K 7015 (1% in water) (LCW Sensient)
0.03
D&G Green 8 K 7151 (1% in water) (LCW Sensient)
0.07
Sodium chloride (Merck KGaA)
1.00

Procedure
Add Jaguar C-14S to water and mix until homogeneous. Adjust pH to 5.5 with citric acid. Continue mixing and let the guar swell for 15 min. Slowly add sodium laureth sulfate, mixing until homogeneous. Heat phase A to 40 to 45°C. Heat Comperlan KD to 40 to 45°C until completely melted.  Add phase B ingredients to phase A in order listed. Remove from heat and mix until uniform. Cool to room temperature. Add phase C in order listed, mixing well after each addition. Compensate for water loss due to heating.

More Information
Dow Corning Corporation
Tel.: (989) 496-6000; Fax: (989) 496-5508
Email: lifesciences@dowcorning.com www.dowcorning.com/content/personal/
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