Formulary

Revitalizing Cream

August 2, 2013


Phase A
Water
up to 100.0
Glycerin
3.0

Phase B
Bergamuls ET 1 Natural thickening emulsifier (Beta glucan (and) pectin)
3.2
Bergacare SB (Butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter)
1.8
Apricot oil (Prunus Armeniaca kernel oil)
8.1
Cetyl alcohol (cetyl alcohol)
2.1
Tocopherol mix (Tocopherol (and) beta-sitosterol (and) squalene)
0.1
Jojoba oil (Simmondsia chinensis seed oil)
0.6
Corn starch (Zea mays starch)
2.2

Phase C
Alcohol denat.
6.0

Phase D
Preservative
q.s.
Parfum
q.s.

Procedure
Heat A and B to 75°C. BergaMuls ET 1 and corn starch are added to the oil phase under gentle stirring. Add slowly A to B while stirring (800rpm, no lumps must be seeable) After 5 min. of stirring, homogenize for 30-60 sec. under high shear force (9000rpm) Add C and D under stirring as soon as mixture is cooled to approx. 40°C. The emulsion should be stirred at least 40 min. Homogenize (30-60 sec.) again.

More Information
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