Formulary

Color Correcting Stick for Dark Complexions

Released by Sensient

February 1, 2017


Phase A
Isononyl isononanoate
13.52
Polyethylene
3.92

Phase B
Octyldodecanol
7.40
Microcrystalline wax
8.95
Squatol S (Hydrogenated polyisobutene) (Sensient)
8.24
Shea butter
5.33
Synthetic beeswax
7.24
Covasterol (Sensient) (Glyceryl isostearate (and) isostearyl alcohol (and) beta-sitosterol (and) butyrospernum parkii (and) euphorbia cerifera)
7.40

Phase C
Octyldodecanol (and) disteardimonium hectorite (and) propylene carbonate
5.92
Unipure White LC 987 EM (Sensient)
7.00
Unipure Yellow LC 182 (Sensient)
9.06
Unipure Red LC 381 (Sensient)
7.62
Unipure Blue LC 686 (Sensient)
0.40

Phase D
Covabead LH-85 (Methyl methacrylate crosspolymer) (Sensient)
3.00
Covabead PMMA (Polymethyl methacrylate) (Sensient)
5.00

Procedure
Heat phase A to 115°C, once uniformed cool to 95°C. Combine ingredients of phase B, and heat to 95°C. Add phase B to phase A with mixing. Roller Mill phase C, with a portion of the batch, then add to main beaker. Stir well, and then add phase D and mix until uniform. Pour at 92°-95°C into suitable containers.

More Information
Sensient Cosmetic Technologies Website: www.sensient-cosmetics.com
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