Formulary

Cold Process Lotion

June 7, 2013


Phase A
Water
72.20
Carbopol 940 (Lubrizol) (Carbomer)
0.50
Glycerin
3.00

Phase B
Lysofix Liquid (Kemin) (Glycerin (and) glycine soja (soybean) seed extract)
3.50

Phase C
Safflower oil
12.00
Olive oil
6.00
Coco caprylate
2.00

Phase D
Sodium hydroxide (33.33% solution)
0.20

Phase E
Optiphen (ISP) (Phenoxyethanol (and) caprylyl glycol)
0.60

Phase F
Water
q.s. to 100

Procedure
Weigh phase A ingredients. Disperse Carbomer in water and let hydrate for 30 minutes. Weigh and mix ingredients for Phase B and C. Add Phase B and C to Phase A and emulsify for 30 minutes. Add Phase D and adjust speed to the increase in viscosity. Add Phase E and let mix for 5 minutes. Make up volume with Phase F. Mix for 30 minutes until uniform.

Properties
Appearanceu2014Smooth, uniform and attractive lotion; Centrifugeu2014no separation at RT and 40°C; Viscosityu201417,000-22,000 cP at 20u00baC Brookfield Viscometer DV II+, Spindle 5, 20 RPM; pHu20145.00 u00b10.05 at 20°C; Emulsion Stability (results to date)u2014Stable for 5 freeze-thaw cycles, stable for 3 months at 45°C.

More Information
Kemin Industries, Inc.n515-697-4165nEmail: personalcare@kemin.comnwww.kemin.com/personalcare
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