Frosty Feel “Ice Cream” Lotion

//Frosty Feel “Ice Cream” Lotion

Frosty Feel “Ice Cream” Lotion

Experience a refreshing skin feel with this “ice cream” textured lotion. Naturally-derived
Polyaldo® 10-2-P Pastillated and Polyaldo® 6-2-S polyglyceryl esters form an emulsion
base with the flexibility to create different textures. Natrulon® H-6 polyglycerin and
film-forming LaraCare® A200 active help moisturize skin. Lonzest® DC NT emollient
contributes a soft, powder-like after feel. The integrity of the formulation is preserved
with Geogard® ECT preservative.

Sequence Trade Name INCI Name %
 A Water 65.00
 Natrulon® H-6 Polyglycerin-6 2.00
Disodium EDTA 1.00
 LaraCare® A200 Galactoarabinan 2.50
Acrylates/Beheneth-25 Methacrylate Copolymer 2.50
 B Dicaprylyl Carbonate 5.00
Polyglyceryl-10 Dipalmitate 4.00
Polyglyceryl-6 Distearate 1.00
Cetearyl Alcohol 3.50
 C Sodium Hydroxide 1.50
 D SD Alcohol 40-B 2.00
Menthol 4.00
 E Geogard® ECT Benzyl Alcohol (and) Glycerin (and) Salicylic Acid (and) Sorbic Acid  2.00
 F Fragrance 1.00
Polysorbate 20 3.00
 G D&C Red 33 3.00

PROCEDURE:

  1.  In a separate vessel, add ingredients of Phase A and heat to 75°C.
  2. In the main vessel, add ingredients of Phase B and heat to 75°C.
  3. Add ingredients of Phase A to the main vessel with mixing. Mix for 15 minutes or until homogenous.
  4. Remove main vessel from heat.
  5. Adjust the pH of the main vessel to 7.00 with Phase C (sodium hydroxide solution, 25%)
  6. In a separate vessel, premix ingredients of Phase D. When main vessel is at 45°C, add Phase D to the main vessel with mixing. Mix until homogenous.
  7. Add Phase E to the main vessel with mixing. Mix until homogenous.
  8. In a separate vessel, premix ingredients of Phase F. Add Phase F to the main vessel with mixing. Mix until homogenous.
  9. Add Phase G with mixing. Mix until homogenous.
  10. Check the pH of the main vessel. If necessary, adjust the pH to 7.00 with sodium hydroxide solution, 25%.

 

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