Formulary

Easy-to Formulate Daily Conditioner

Released by AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry, Personal Care Applications

December 3, 2013


Water/Polymer Phase
Deionized water
80.20
Structure PQ-37P (51% active) (AkzoNobel) (Polyquaternium-37 (and) propylene glycol dicaprylate/dicaprate (and) trideceth-6)
5.66
Arquad PC 16-29 (29% active) (AkzoNobel Global Personal Care) (Cetrimonium chloride)
3.44

Chelating Phase
Deionized water
10.00
Dissolvine NA2-S chelate (AkzoNobel FunctionalChemicals) (Disodium EDTA)
0.20

Preservative Phase
Glydant Plus (liquid) (Lonza) (DMDM hydantoin (and) iodopropynyl butylcarbamate)
0.50

Procedure
Add water to main vessel and mix 800-1000rpm with a Jiffy Blade. Add Structure PQ-37P rheology modifier to water quickly—as thickening occurs immediately. Mix at 800-1000rpm until homogeneous. Add Arquad PC 16-29 and mix until homogeneous. In a separate vessel, add Dissolvine NA2-S chelate to water and mix until dissolved using a small stir bar. Add mixture to water/polymer phase and mix until homogeneous. Add Glydant Plus to combined phases and mix until homogeneous.

Properties
Appearance—white–opaque; Viscosity 15,000-40,000cps Spindle C @ 10rpm, Brookfield RVDV-I+; Viscometer, 25°C; pH 4.0-5.0

More Information
AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry Global Personal Care 888-331-6212 • Email: personalcare.usa@akzonobel.com www.akzonobel.com/PersonalCare
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