Formulary

Retinyl Palmitate Anti-Aging Cream with Broad Spectrum SPF ~45, PFA (PPD) ~25 Sun Protection Formula

Released by The HallStar Company

September 4, 2013


Phase A
Homosalate
7.00
HallBrite BHB (HallStar) (Butyloctyl salicylate)
5.00
Finsolv TN (Innospec) (C12-15 alkyl benzoate)
2.00
Caprylic/capric triglyceride
1.00
SolaStay S1 (HallStar) (Ethylhexyl Mmethoxycrylene)
3.00

Phase B
Neo Heliopan 357 (Symrise) (Butyl methoxy-dibenzoylmethane [Avobenzone])
3.00

Phase C
HallStar GMS Pure (HallStar) (Glyceryl stearate)
0.90
HallStar PEG 4400 MS (HallStar) (PEG-100 stearate)
0.80
HallStar TA-1618 Cetearyl Alcohol (HallStar) (Cetearyl alcohol)
0.50
Ganex V-220 (Ashland) (VP/Eicosene copolymer)
1.00
Emulsiphos (Symrise) (Potassium cetyl phosphate, Hydrogenated palm glycerides)
2.20

Phase D
BioChemica Vitamin E Natural (HallStar) (Tocopherol)
0.50
Vitamin A Palmitate 1.7 Mio IU/G(BHT) (BASF) (Retinyl palmitate)
0.25

Phase E
Sunspheres Powder (Dow Chemical) (Styrene/acrylates copolymer)
3.00

Phase F
Water (Deionized)
62.50

Phase G
Versene NA (Dow Chemical) (Disodium EDTA)
0.05

Phase H
Rhodicare XC (Solvay/Rhodia Novecare) (Xanthan gum)
0.20

Phase I
CoSept PEP (HallStar) (Phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, ethylparaben, butylparaben, propylparaben, isobutylparaben)
0.60
Superol K, Glycerine 99.7% USP/FCC Kosher (P&G Chemicals) (Glycerin)
3.00

Phase J
Simulgel 600 (Seppic) (Acrylamide/sodium acryloyl- dimethyltaurate copolymer, isohexadecane, polysorbate 80)
1.50

Phase K
MSS-500W (Kobo Products) (Silica)
2.00

Procedure
Add phase A to a secondary vessel and start mixing. Add phase B and heat to 85°C. Add phase C in order. When homogeneous, cool to 80°C. Add phase D and mix well. Add phase E and mix until phase E is well dispersed. Add phase F to the main vessel. Dissolve phase G with continued mixing. Add phase H, stirring until fully incorporated. Start heating to 80°C and add premix of phase I. When both phases are homogeneous and at their designated temperatures, slowly add the oil phase (A–E) to the water phase (F–I) with prop mixing. Start homogenizing and cooling. When batch reaches 55°C, start sweep mixing and continue cooling. Add phase J and continue mixing until fully incorporated. Add phase K and continue mixing until fully incorporated. When completely smooth, perform final quality assurance checks.

Properties
(25°C): Appearance—pale yellow cream; Viscosity (RV, T-D, 5, 20 & 100 rpm, cP)—62400, 17400 & 4200; pH—6.1.

More Information
The HallStar Company 877-427-4255 or 312-385-4494 Email: customerservice@hallstar.com Website: www.hallstar.com
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