Formulary

Cranberry Butter Body Balm

Released by The HallStar Company

January 1, 2014


Phase A
BioChemica Cranberry Butter – Certified organic (HallStar) (Butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, elaeis guineensis (palm) butter, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, vaccinium macrocarpon (cranberry) fruit)
49.0
BioChemica Avocado Butter – Ultra Refined (HallStar) (Persea gratissima (avocado oil, hydrogenated vegetable oil)
14.0
BioChemica Tangerine Butter (HallStar) (Prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, citrus tangerina (tangerine) peel oil, hydrogenated vegetable oil)
10.5
BioChemica Olive Butter – Ultra Refined (HallStar) (Olea Europaea (olive) fruit oil, hydrogenated vegetable oil)
10.0
BioChemica Soy Butter – Ultra Refined (HallStar) (Hydrogenated soybean oil)
5.0
BioChemica Kokum Butter – Ultra Refined (HallStar) (Garcinia indica seed butter)
4.0
BioChemica Shorea (Sal) Butter – Ultra Refined (HallStar) (Shorea robusta seed butter)
3.0
BioChemica Rose Hip Oil – Ultra Refined (HallStar) (Rosa moschata seed oil)
2.0

Phase B
HallStar V-1855 DP Stearic Acid (HallStar) (Stearic acid)
1.5
Fragrance (Parfum) (Cranberry, Carrubba)
1.0

Procedure
Place butters and oil (phase A) into main vessel. Heat contents to approximately 70°C while mixing. Add phase B to the batch and make sure mixture is homogenous, then immediately cool to obtain best results. Do not expose fragrance to a prolonged period of heating. Cooling rate should be rapid (preferably using a heat exchanger to obtain the smoothest body butter balm). Fill product into jars or tins and immediately place into a cool room for 24 hours.

Properties
Body balm formulas differ in feel and hardness. Variation in consistency may be achieved by changing the ratio of butters to oil to stearic acid.

More Information
The HallStar Company 877-427-4255 • Fax: 330-929-3616 Email: customerservice@hallstar.com www.hallstar.com
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