FORMULATION EXAMPLE WITH FLOWER ACIDS
Pyruvic acid confers Flower acids properties which are superior to AHA
or fruit acids without the associated irritation phenomenons due to their
high content in mucilages. An independent study (28 days – 10%)
by a dermatologist shows the absence of irritation.
Flower acids stimulate the cell renewal by decreasing cohesion
of corneocytes (by dissolution of desmosomes) and improve the
moisturising of upper layers of epiderm. Pyruvic acid contained in Flower
acids increase the synthesis of collagen and of mucopolysaccharids too.
Use level: 1 to 10%
PRG-6 Stearate/PEG-32 Stearate
Tego Care 450
Polyglyceryl-3 Methyl Glucose Distearate
Cutina GMS V
Vitamine E Acetate
Phenoxyethanol and methylparaben and butylparaben and propylparaben.
Water and Hibiscus Sabdariffa Flower Extract
Phase A is prepared by mixing and heating deionised water,
EDETA BD and Propylene Glycol, to 75°C.
At 75°C Rhodicare T is dispersed.
Phase B is prepared by mixing and heating 75°C until a clear,
virtually colourless solution has been obtained.
When homogeneous and at 75°C, add oil phase B
to water phase A with high shear mixing for 10-15 minutes.
The emulsion is cooled to 30. At 30°C, add Vitamine E Acetate,
Phenonip and Flower Acids.
Add fragrance if desired.
Mix until uniform.
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