Formulary

O/W Cream with Brightening Effect

Released by Glenn, an Azelis Americas company

December 1, 2012


Phase A
Tegin 4100 Pellets (Evonik) (Glyceryl stearate)
2.5
Tego Alkanol 18 (Evonik) (Stearyl alcohol)
1.0
Tegosoft CT (Evonik) (Caprylic/capric triglyceride)
6.5
Tegosoft liquid (Evonik) (Cetearyl ethylhexanoate)
6.0
Tegosoft DC (Evonik) (Decyl cocoate)
5.0
Avocado oil (Persea gratissima)
3.0
Glycerin
3.0
Water
60.5
Mineral oil
0.8
Water
9.0

Phase B
Tego Care CG 90 (Evonik) (Cetearyl glucoside)
1.0

Phase C
Tego Carbomer 134 (Evonik) (Carbomer)
0.2

Phase D
Tego Cosmo C 250 (Evonik) (1-Methylhydantoin-2-imide)
1.0

Phase E
Sodium hydroxide (10% in water) (Aqua, sodium hydroxide)
0.5

Phase Z
Preservative, perfume
q.s.

Procedure
Heat phase A and B separately to approx. 80°C. Add phase A to phase B with stirring. Important: If phase A has to be charged into the vessel first, phase B must be added without stirring. Homogenize. Cool with gentle stirring to approx. 60°C and add phase C. Homogenize for a short time Cool with gentle stirring and add phase D/E below 40°C and stir until it is homogenous.

More Information
Glenn Corporation
888-453-6267
Fax: 651-221-1926
Email: orders@glenncorp.com
www.glenncorp.com

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