Formulary

Enhanced Self Tanning Mousse for Pump

December 1, 2012


Phase A
Deioinized water
78.00
Lubrajel Natural (United-Guardian) (Glycercin and beta-glucan (and) algin (and) xanthan gum)
10.00

Phase B
Dihydroxyacetone (Merck)
3.50
Erythulose (DSM/Pentapharm) (Erythulose (and) water)
1.50
Edicol 421-21 (MMP) (Ethoxydiglycol)
5.00
Rhodapex ES-2 (Rhodia) (Sodium laureth sulfate)
1.00
Euxyl K300 (Schu00c3u00bclke & Mayr) (Phenoxyethanol (and) methylparaben (and) ethylparaben (and) butylparaben (and) propylparaben (and) isobutylparaben)
1.00

Phase C
Citric acid 25% Sln. (Citric acid (and) water)
q.s.

Procedure
Premix phase A until homogenous. Add phase B to phase A in order, mixing until homogenous. Adjust to pH using phase C as necessary to 3.50-4.00.

Properties
Expected pHu00e2u0080u00943.75; Viscosityu00e2u0080u0094RVT, spindle # 1 @ 20 rpm=130.0 cps; Appearanceu00e2u0080u0094Hazy liquid.

More Information
United-Guardian Inc. 631-273-0900 Email: dmiller@u-g.com www.u-g.com

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