Formulary

Creamy Swirls Body Wash

Released by Solvay Chemicals, Inc.

February 1, 2013

Water
q.s. 100
Miracare SLB 365/N (Rhodia) (Water, sodium trideceth sulfate, sodium lauroamphoacetate, cocamide MEA)
40.00
Jaguar C-17 (Rhodia) (Guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride)
0.40
Rapeseed Oil (A&E Connock)(Brassica campestris (rapeseed) seed oil)
15.00
Fragrance
q.s.
Neolone 950 (Rohm & Haas)
0.10
Sodium chloride
3.00
Citric acid (50%)
q.s.
Mica, Gemtone Tan Opal (BASF)
0.25
Flamenco Stain Pearl Mica (BASF)
0.50

Procedure
Add water into main vessel. Add Miracare SLB365/N and start mixing at low speed (150rpm) in order to properly structure the system and minimize the air entrapment. Mix for 15 minutes. In separate vessel slowly add Jaguar C17 into rapeseed oil. Charge the oil phase to main vessel and slightly increase the mixing speed (300 rpm). On complete dispersion, bring speed back to 150 rpm. Adjust the pH to ~5.50 using 50% citric acid. Mix for 30 minutes or until homogenous product is obtained. When filling, split the batch and add each type of mica to each phase. Carefully create swirls by layering one mica phase onto the other upon filling the package.

More Information
Appearanceu2014Swirls of cream and tan-opal in a lotion-like liquid; pH @ 25°Cu20145.0-5.5; Storage-stabilityu2014Stable for 3 months at 45°C and 3 F/T cycles (24h -9°C/24h +25°C).

More Information
Rhodia
888-776-7337; 215-781-6364 (tech service)
Email: TechServHPC@us.rhodia.com
Website: www.rhodia.com

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