Formulary

Lotion with Protaderm G

Released by Protameen Chemicals

March 5, 2014


Phase A
Deionized water
76.85
Tetrasodium EDTA (Trisodium EDTA))
0.05
Methylparaben (Protameen)
0.30
Glycerine 99%
3.00
Protasorb L-20 (Pollysorbate 20 (Prortameen)
0.20

Phase B
Protachem GMS-165 (Protameen) (Glyceryl stearate and PEG-100 stearate)
4.00
Protachem ISP (Protameen) (Isostearyl palmitate)
3.00
Protachem CER (Protameen) (Cetyl ricinoleate)
1.00
Protaderm G (Protameen) (Glycolic acid)
5.00
Propylparaben (Protameen)
3.00

Phase C
Novermer EC-2 (Sodium acrylates/beheneth-25 methacry-lates crosspolymer & hydrogenat. polydecene & lauryl glucoside)
2.20

Phase D
Deionized water
1.00
Protacide U-13 (Protameen) (Imidazolidinyl urea)
0.30

Procedure
Combine the ingredients of Phase A to the main mixing tank and heat to 65°C. Combine the ingredients of Phase B to a side kettle tank and heat to 65°C. Add B to A using vigorous propeller agitation. Add Phase C and mix until batch is smooth. Cool to 40°C and add premix Phase D and Phase E. Cool to RT.

More Information
Protameen Chemicals, Inc. 973-256-4374 • Email: info@protameen.com Website: protameen.com
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