Anti Acne Facial Cleanser

Released by Solvay Chemicals, Inc.

March 10, 2011

Phase A
q.s. to 100
Veegum Ultra (R.T. Vanderbilt) (Magnesium aluminum silicate)
Rhodicare T (Rhodia) (Xanthan gum) Thickener
Sorbitol, 70%
Liponate SPS (Lipo Chemical) (Cetyl esters)
Lipovol MOS-70 (Lipo Chemical) (Tridecyl stearate, neopentyl glycol dicaprylate/dicaprate, tridecyl trimelliate)
Fragrance, dye
Paragon II (Rhodia) (Propylene glycol, DMDM hydantoin, methylparaben, propylparaben)
Poly-Pore 145BP (Health and Beauty Solutions) (Benzoyl peroxide)

Phase B
Lipomulse 165 (Lipo Chemical) (Glyceryl stearate, PEG-100 stearate)

Phase C
Mackanate Ultra-SI (Rhodia) (Disodium PEG-12 dimethicone sulfosuccinate)

Heat the water of phase A to 45°C and slowly add the Veegum Ultra with continuous agitation. Slowly disperse the Rhodicare T. Add Sorbitol and heat to 80°C with moderate agitation. In a separate vessel add the contents of phase B and heat to 80°C. Add phase B to phase A and slowly cool with continuous mixing. At 50°C slowly add the Mackanate Ultra-SI, Paragon II, and fragrance. Cool slowly and add the Poly- Pore 145BP at 35°C. Blend until Poly-Pore 145BP is completely dispersed. Cool and fill.

Appearanceu2014Opaque liquid; Viscosity at 25°Cu2014 1,500 u2013 5,000 cps (LVT, spindle 3, 12 rpm); pH @ 25°Cu20144.5u20135.5; Solids,%u201435-45%; Storage-Stabilityu2014Stable for 1 month (25°C; 45°C ; 4°C) 3 cycles freeze/thaw.

More Information
Rhodia, Tel: 888-776-7337, 609-860-4000; E-mail:; Website:u00a0

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