Sugar Cane Body Wash

Released by Solvay Chemicals, Inc.

June 1, 2011

q.s. to 100
Rhodapex ESB-70 NAT (Rhodia) (Sodium lareth sulfate)
Miranol Ultra C-32 (Rhodia) (Sodium cocoamphoacetate)
Organic Orange Blossom Floral Water (Cremer Care)
Lavender Essential Oil (A&E Connock)
Geogard Ultra (Lonza) (Gluconolactone/sodium benzoate)
Glycerin Bio (Cremer Care) (Organic vegetable glycerin)
Citric acid 50%
Sodium chloride

Charge water into main vessel. Slowly add Rhodapex ESB-70 NAT and mix until uniform. Charge the Miranol Ultra C-32 and mix until uniform. Charge organic orange blossom floral water, lavender essential oil, organic glycerin and mix until uniform. Charge the Geogard Ultra and mix until uniform. Adjust the pH to 5.5-6.0 with citric acid, 50%. Adjust the viscosity with sodium chloride and mix until uniform. Add more NaCl if necessary to thicken.

Appearanceu0097Clear liquid; Brookfield Viscosity at 25°Cu00974,000-6,000 cps (RVT spindle 4, 10 rpm); pH @ 25°Cu00975.5 to 6.0; Solids, %u009716-18%; Storage-stabilityu0097Stable for 3 months (Freeze/Thaw; 45°C ; 4°C).

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