Formulary

High Aqueous Hair Color Cream

Released by Croda

December 1, 2004


Phase A
Crodacol CS-50 (Croda) cetearyl alcohol)
8.50
Crodamazon Cupuacu (Croda) (Theobroma grandiflorum seed butter)
4.00
Crodafos HCE (Croda) (oleth-5 phosphate (and) dioleyl alcohol)
2.50
Novol (Croda) (oleyl alcohol)
1.00

Phase B
Deionized water
68.40
p-Aminophenol (Keystone)
1.02
4-Amino-2-hydroxytoluene (Keystone)
0.82
1-Napthol (Keystone)
0.56
p-Phenylenediamine (Keystone)
0.16
Resorcinol (Keystone)
0.04
Sodium sulfite
0.80
Tetrasodium EDTA
0.60
Sodium erythorbate
0.60
Monoethanolamine
3.00

Phase C
Hydrotriticum WAA (wheat amino acids)
0.50
Keravis (hydrolyzed vegetable protein-PG-propyl silanetriol)
0.50

Phase D
Ammonia 35%
7.00

Procedure
Combine phase A and B ingredients separately and heat each to 75-80°C. Add phase B to phase A with mixing and cool to 35°C. Add phase C ingredients individually with mixing. Cool to room temperature and add phase D, mixing well. Mix 1:1 with hydrogen peroxide developer (BW-37).

Properties
Mixed viscosity: 18,400 cps +/- 10% (RVT spindle TC @10rpm, room temperature)

More Information
Croda Inc., 300-A Columbus Circle, Edison, NJ 08837
Tel: (732) 417-0800; Fax: (732) 417-0804; Website: www.crodausa.com

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