Formulary

Polyderm Conditioning Shampoo

Released by Alzo International Inc.

July 1, 2004


Phase A
Deionized water
54.0
Steol CS 230 (sodium laureth sulfate)
15.0
Stepanol WAC (sodium lauryl sulfate)
15.0
Dermothix 75 (Alzo International) (di-steareth-75/IPDI)
1.0
Foamtaine CAB (Alzo International) (cocamidopropyl betaine)
10.0

Phase B
Polyderm PPI SA-15 (Alzo International) (PEG-15 soyamine/IPDI copolymer)
1.0
Phenobact (Alzo International) (phenoxyethanol (and) methylparaben (and) ethylparaben (and) propylparaben (and) butylparaben)
1.0
Fragrance
0.2

Phase C
Colorants
q.s.
Deionized water
q.s.
Citric acid 25% aqueous solution (adjust pH to 5.5-6.0)
q.s.

Procedure
Into a suitably sized vessel, weigh out phase A in water. Begin mixing; add the remaining phase A ingredients. Avoid foaming as much as possible. Heat phase A to 65-70°C. Mix until phase A is homogeneous. Cool phase A to 35-40°C. In a separate vessel, weight out phase B ingredients. Begin mixing and mix until uniform. Continue mixing phase A and add phase B. Continue mixing and add phase C. Mix until uniform.

More Information
Alzo International, 650 Jernee Mill Rd., Sayreville, NJ 08872
Tel: (732) 254-1901; Fax: (732) 254-4423
E-mail: alzoinc@worldnet.att.net; Website: www.alzointernational.com

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