Any tip for processing high surfactant content cleanser?
I was working on a formula provided by the supplier. The GCS powder is a light free flow powder. As soon as I add them into either water or glycerin, they generate tons of foam. I tried to use a vacuum to de-gas. But the foam is too creamy to get rid of.
Does anyone have the experience to incorporate this powder surfactant? What order of adding material should I follow?
Water 35.4 Sodium Cocoyl Glycinate, powder 18 Glycerin 38 Cocamidoproptyl Betaine, 30% 4 Polyquaternium-39, 10% 1 Lauric Acid 0.4 Myristic Acid 1 Stearic Acid 0.4 Glycol Distearate 1 Behenyl Alcohol 0.3 Citric Acid 0.5
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