Formulary

Slim Reducing Concentrate

June 2, 2014


Phase A
Water, deionized
64.65
Glycerin
2.00
Dehydroxanthan gum
1.00
Water, tetrasodium glutamate diacetate, sodium hydroxide
0.20
Pentylene glycol
5.00

Phase B
Palmitoyl proline, magnesium palmitoyl glutamate, sodium palmitoyl sarcosinate
2.50
Avocado oil (Provital/Centerchem)
5.00
Triisostearin
3.00
Seaweed (Fucus) Oil (Provital/Centerchem)
2.00
Lipout (Provital/Centerchem)
3.00

Phase C
Sodium hydroxide (10%)
0.20

Phase D
HDI/Trimethylol hexyllactone crosspolymer, silica
1.00

Phase E
Fragrance
0.20
Alcohol Denat.
10.00
Bismuth oxychloride, mica, chromiun oxide green (CI 77299)
0.25

Procedure
Heat components of phase A and phase B separately to 60-65°C with mixing. Continue mixing until uniform. (Phase A should be mixed until a homogeneous gel is obtained.) Remove from heat. Disperse phase B into phase A with high shear. Emulsify for up to 10 minutes. With gentle mixing, slowly add phase C to batch while cooling to 40°C. When batch has cooled to 40°C, add phase D. Continue cooling. When batch has cooled to <35°C, add ingredients of phase E individually. Mix until uniform.

More Information
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