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Pearly Cream Body Wash with Plantapon LGC Sorb

Pearly Cream Body Wash with Plantapon LGC Sorb

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This creamy shampoo formula features our polyglucoside surfactant - Plantapon LGC Sorb along with Cocoamidopropyl Betaine. These gentle surfactants offer good foaming characteristics and a nice feel. GuarSilk adds excellent conditioning to the formula while increasing the viscosity. Glyceryl Stearate helps to build viscosity while leaving the finished product with a creamy feel and pearly appearance.

Ingredient

Part A
Distilled Water
GuarSilk
Glyceryl Stearate

Part B
Plantapon LGC Sorb
Cocomidopropyl Betaine

Part C
dl Panthenol
Silk Amino Acids
*Essential Oil(s)
Optiphen ND

Total

Amount


54.7% = 273.5 grams
0.5% = 2.5 grams
4.0% = 20 grams


25.0% = 125 grams
10.0 % = 50 grams


2.0% = 10 grams
2.0% = 10 grams
1.0% = 5 grams
0.8% = 5 grams

100.0% = 500 grams

Part A: Add GuarSilk to Distilled Water with mixing. It is helpful to create a vortex and while continuing to stir, add the powder to the center of the vortex. Mix well and set aside to hydrate for 30 minutes. Once GuarSilk is hydrated, add Glyceryl Stearate and begin heating. It’s helpful to use a double boiler since the mixture is very thick and may burn. Heat until Glyceryll Stearate is completely melted.

Part B: Add ingredients to Part A with gentle mixing.

Part C: Add remainder of ingredients when temp. is less than 120F and mix.

*Some of our favorite Essential Oils for shampoo/body wash:
Geranium Essential Oil
Peppermint Essential Oil
Myrtle Essential Oil

This information is to demonstrate how The Herbarie products can be utilized. Our information is based on our own research and is believed to be accurate. We assume no liability for misuse of our products or data and we urge our purchaser to do their own testing to ensure the products meet their own specifications.

The Herbarie at Stoney Hill Farm, Inc., Prosperity, SC 29127
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