Add moisture and softness to the skin with this Baby Cream with CORN PO4 PH”B”!
The formulation features CORN PO4 PH”B” which is a Di-starch phosphate ester on the base of cornstarch. This boiling-resistant conventional starch is a powder base for antimicrobial, disinfecting, astringent or keratolytic powder preparations like baby powder, loose face powders, body and foot powders, rouge, eyeshadow and compact powders. This ingredient has a long-lasting moisturizing effect and slow releases: DISTARCH PHOSPHATES ‘lock in’ moisture adsorbed from the water phase of your formulation. When applied, this water is released over a long period, providing moisture to the skin throughout the day.
|Phase||Trade Name||INCI Name||% w/w|
|Calendula Officialis Flower Oil||5.00|
|CORN PO4 PH”B”||Distarch Phosphate||3.00|
|Aqua Dem.||Aqua||ad. 100.00|
Procedure for Baby Cream with CORN PO4 PH”B”
- Heat phase A and B separately to approx. 80 °C.
- Add phase B to phase A.
- Cool with gentle stirring to approx. 40 °C.
- Add phase C.
- Cool with gentle stirring to approx. 30 °C
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