Formulary

Easy Spreading O/W Sun Cream

Released by Cognis Corp. now part of BASF

September 1, 2004


Phase A
Emulgade PL 68/50 (Cognis) (cetearyl glucoside (and) cetearyl alcohol)
4.5
Amphisol K (Hoffman LaRoche) (potassium cetyl phosphate)
1.0
Cutina GMS-V (Cognis) (glyceryl stearate)
1.0
Eutanol G 16 (Cognis) (hexyldecanol)
3.0
Myritol 331 (Cognis) (cocoglycerides)
8.0
Cetiol OE (Cognis) (dicaprylyl ether)
2.0
Copherol F 1300 (Cognis) (tocopherol)
1.0
Neo Heliopan 303 (Haarmann & Reimer) (octocrylene)
7.0
Eusolex 6300 (Merck) (4-methylbenzylidene camphor)
3.0

Phase B
Zinc Oxide (Haarmann & Reimer)
7.0
Veegum Ultra (magnesium aluminum silicate)
1.5
Keltrol T (xanthan gum)
0.5

Phase C
Glycerin
3.0
Water
57.35

Phase D
Citric acid 50%
0.15
Preservative
q.s.

Procedure
Heat phase A to 80-85°C. Add phase B while stirring. Heat phase C to 80-85°C and add to the 80°C heated oil phase while stirring. Homogenize the emulsion at 60°C. Add phase D at 35°C. The pH value must be at 7.1-7.5.

More Information
Cognis Care Chemicals Division, 300 Brookside Avenue, Ambler, PA 19002
Tel: (800) 531-0815; Fax: (215) 628-1450; Website: www.cognis-us.com

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