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Winter shea butter cream from hallstar.

The HallStar Company 877-427-4255, 312-385-4494


PROCEDURE: To the main vessel add phase A. Mix and heat this water phase to 75[degrees] C Premix phase B and add to the main vessel during heating. Combine phase C in a separate vessel. Mix and heat this oil phase to 75[degrees] C Add phase D in order. When contents of both vessels are uniform and at 75 [degrees] C, add the oil phase to the water phase using strong mixing without aeration. Mix at a high shear for two minutes. Homogenize for 10 minutes and then resume mixing and start cooling. At 60-65[degrees] C, neutralize with phase E to pH 5-7. At 50 [degrees] C, add phase F and mix and cool until uniform and at desired filling temperature. Perform final quality assurance checks and fill product. PROPERTIES (25[degrees] C): Appearance (uncolored and unfragranced)---white cream; pH--5.5; Viscosity (after 24hrs RV, T-D, 5, 20 & 100 rpm; cP)--56400,19400 & 5860
Phase A

Water (aqua) (deionized) 66.35
Propylene Glycol USP (Lyondell) (Propylene glycol) 2.00
Superoi K Glycerine 99.7% USP/FCC Kosher 3.00
(P&G Chemicals) (Glycerin)
Diocide (Centetchem) (Caprylyl glycol, phenoxyethanol, 0.50
hexylene glycol)
Phase C
HallStar GC (HallStar) (Caprylic/capric triglyceride) 3.00
BioChemica Canola Oil - Ultra Natural (HallStar) (Canola 5.00
FinsolvTN (Innospec) (C12-15 alkyl benzoate) 2.00
Crodamol TPIS (Prisorine 2021) (Croda) 4.00
(Isopropyl isostearate)
BioChemica Shea Butter - Ultra Refined (HallStar) 7.00
(B u ty rasper mum parkii (Shea butter))
Phase D
HallStar GMS Pure (HallStar) (Glyceryl stearate) 0.85
Akoline GC (AAK) (Hydrogenated vegetable 2.20
glycerides citrate)
Akoline SL (AAK) (Sodium stearoyl lactylate) 0.35
HallStar TA-1618 Ceteaiyl Alcohol (HallStar) 1.50
(Cetearyl alcohol)
RTD Stearic Acid V-1655 (HallStar) (Stearic acid) 0.75
Phase E
Sodium Hydroxide (99%) [20% aqueous] (CMS Chempure) 0.20
(Sodium hydroxide)
Phase F
Simulgel NS (Scppic) (Hydroxyethyl acrylate/sodium 1.30
acryloylclimethyl taurate copolymer, squalane, polysorbate
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Title Annotation:Formulary
Publication:Household & Personal Products Industry
Date:Jan 1, 2012
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