Formulary

Curl Defining Gel

Released by Coast Southwest, Inc.

July 10, 2013


Phase A
Deionized water
78.30
Dissolvine 220-S (Coast Southwest, Akzo Nobel Functional Chemicals) (Tetrasodium EDTA)
.10
Synthalen CH (Coast Southwest, 3V, Inc.) (Carbomer)
3.00

Phase B
Conditioner P7 (Coast Southwest, 3V Inc.) (Polyquaternium-7)
2.00
Conditioner P10 (Coast Southwest, 3V Inc.) (Polyquaternium-10)
2.00
Dried Aloe Vera Powder (Coast Southwest) (Aloe barbadensis leaf juice)
.10

Phase C
Glycerin (Coast Southwest) (Glycerin)
3.00
1, 3 Butylene Glycol (Coast Southwest) (Butylene glycol)
1.00
Allantoin (Coast Southwest, 3V Inc.) (Allantoin)
.50
DL-Panthenol, 50% (Coast Southwest) (Panthenol)
1.00

Phase D
Triethanolamine 99% (Coast Southwest) (Triethanolamine)
.40

Phase E
Endimate 33V (Coast Southwest) (Caprylic/capric triglyceride)
2.00
Endisil F-50 Silicone Fluid (Coast Southwest)(Dimethicone)
2.00

Phase F
Alguard PF (Coast Southwest, Frutarom) (Porphyridium polysaccharide)
3.00

Phase G
Sharomix 702 (Coast Southwest, Sharon Laboratories) (Dehydroacetic acid (and) benzoic acid (and) phenoxyethanol)
1.00

Phase H
Endicare ETP-510 (Coast Southwest) (Sodium polyacrylate (and) hydrogenated polydecene (and) trideceth-6)
.50

Phase I
Fragrance
.10

Procedure
Phase A In main vessel, add deionized water and begin slow prop mixing. Dissolve the EDTA until clear. Slowly add the carbomer, avoiding pooling and introducing air. Allow the powder to wet and dissolve throughout the water. Once homogeneous and dissolved, add phase B in order. (Solution may become hazy.) Premix phase C, and then add to phase AB. Add phase D to phase ABC. (Batch will thicken slightly.) Add phase E, followed by phase F. Continue mixing to become uniform. Add phase G. (Some viscosity drop may be noticeable.) Add phase H. Batch will thicken and may need a side sweep. Add phase I.

Properties
pH - 4.9-5.4; Viscosity-TBD.

More Information
Coast Southwest, Inc. 800-621-0500 Fax: 714-524-8363 Email: info@coastsouthwest.com Website: www.coastsouthwest.com
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