Formulary

Oxy Energy Night Cream

Released by BASF

February 1, 2012


Phase A
Emulgade PL 68/50 (BASF) (Cetearyl glucoside (and) cetearyl alcohol)
5.00
Glycerin
5.00
Dermosaccharides GY (BASF) (Water (and) glycerin u2028(and) glycogen)
4.00
Potassium hydroxide (10%)
0.25
Lanette E (BASF) (Sodium cetearyl sulfate )
0.25
Cutina HVG (BASF) (Hydrogenated vegetable glycerides)
2.00
Cetiol CC (BASF) (Dicaprylyl carbonate)
5.00
Eutanol G (BASF) (Octyldodecanol)
3.00
Cetiol 868 (BASF) (Ethylhexyl stearate)
2.00
Cegesoft PFO (BASF) (Passiflora incarnata seed oil)
2.00
Cegesoft SB (BASF) (Butyrospermum parkii (EU) u2028(and) butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter (CTFA))
2.00
Copherol F 1300 C (BASF) (Tocopherol)
0.50
Cosmedia SP (BASF) (Sodium polyacrylate)
0.15
Water, demin.
66.85
Oxygen Complex LS 9641 provisional (BASF) u2028(Mannitol (and) yeast extract (and) glycogen u2028(and) magnesium ascorbyl phosphate)
2.00
Perfume, preservative
q.s.

Procedure
Heat phase A to 80-85°C and stir until uniform. Heat phase B separately to 80-85°C and add to phase A while stirring. Allow the emulsion to cool down while stirring in such a way that it remains in continuous motion. Avoid incorporation of air. Homogenize with a suitable dispersion unit (e.g. Ultra Turrax) at approximately 55°C. Stir while cooling to 40°C and add phase C. Finally adjust the pH-value (D). Stop stirring at 30°C.

Properties
ph valueu20146.5; Viscosity (Brookfield RVT, 23°C, spindle TE, 4 rpm, Helipath)u2014125,000 mPau2022s.

More Information
BASF u2028
973-245-6398
Email: sabine.malley@basf.com
www.basf.com

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