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Cold Processing Sunscreen



Published June 2, 2014
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Phase A
Water demineralized
q.s. 100  

Phase B
BergaMuls ET 1 (Berg+Schmidt) (beta glucan (and) pectin)
3.0
BergaCare IN 2 (Berg+Schmidt) (isononyl isononanoate)
4.0
Dimethicone (Shin-Etsu)
1.8
Octocrylene
4.0  
Methoxydibenzoylmethane
3.0
BergaCare EM-AB (Berg+Schmidt) (C12-C15 alkyl benzoate)
8.1
BergaCare FG 5 (Berg+Schmidt) (Ethylhexyl stearate (and) ethylhexyl palmitate (and) hydrogenated olive oil unsaponifiable (and) caprylic capric triglycerides)
4.2

Phase C
Fenexol (Vevy Europe) (Ricinoleth-40 (and) polysorbate-20 (and) sodium dehydroacetate (and) sorbic acid (and) undecylenic acid)
q.s.
Fragrance (Vevy Europe)
q.s.

Procedure
Dilute the Methoxybenzoylmethane into the BergaCare EM-AB. Mix with the rest of phase B. Add slowly phase A to phase B while stirring (no lumps must be seeable). After 10 minutes, homogenize under high shear force. Add phase C under stirring 40 minutes after first homogenization, homogenize the formulation again.

More Information
Independent Chemical Corporation 718-894-0700 • Fax: 718-894-9224 Website: www.independentchemical.com


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