First Formulation

vanillacakevanillacake Member
edited September 9 in Formulating

I am looking for the best way to incorporate the information below into the best formula.

Need help  with incorporation into a cream, gel and lotion.  I would like to have specific formula percentages as well as if I should best use as cold process or heated to degree below?  Also any other advice/recommendation for this will be highly appreciated. 

Declaration Lycium Barbarum Callus Culture Extract (and) Isomalt (and) Lecithin (and) Aqua/Water


Consistency Powder

Appearance White

Odor Characteristic. No influence on the finished product at recommended use level.

Solubility Water miscible. 20 %  in water results in a slightly turbid liposomal emulsion.

Preservation Not preserved

Storage 25 °C at a dark place


Formulation

Optimal pH Range 4.0 – 8.0 (1 % product in water)

Recommended use level 0.4 - 1.0 %


Thermostability Temperatures of up to 40 °C for a short time will not affect the stability.

Incompatibilities No further remarks

Incorporation- Can be incorporated into most formulations, emulsions and gels, except water free formulations. For cold processes dissolve PhytoCellTecTM Goji into the aqueous phase or add it after emulsification. For hot/cold processes, add during the cooling phase below 40 °C.


Comments

  • vanillacakevanillacake Member
    edited September 9

    o Tightening and contouring serums for the face and neck 

    o Collagen boosting formulations

    o Contouring masks

    o Lifting and firming anti-aging formulas

    Reccommended by distributor

  • PerryPerry Administrator, Professional Chemist
    You can find free cosmetic formulations here.

    To incorporate it into one of those formulas follow the advice of the supplier:

    "Incorporation- Can be incorporated into most formulations, emulsions and gels, except water free formulations. For cold processes dissolve PhytoCellTecTM Goji into the aqueous phase or add it after emulsification. For hot/cold processes, add during the cooling phase below 40 °C."

    I predict it will have exactly zero noticeable impact on the performance of your product so how much you put in & how you put it in won't matter very much.
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