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  • Hydrating oil mist/toner help

    Posted by evelinaco on March 29, 2020 at 8:32 pm

    Hi! So I’m quite new to cosmetic formulation and would love some help. I want to make a hydrating oil mist/toner for sensitive skin, at a pH of 5,5. This is my formula so far:

    Hydrolate/Water 69,0%
    Prickly pear seed oil 3,0%
    Camellia olifera oil 5,0%
    Propanediol 4,0%
    Tocopherol 0,5%
    Cetearyl Glucoside 1,0%
    Centella extract (2/3 glycerin) 4,0%
    Allantoin 0,5%
    Panthenol 1,0%
    Lactobacillus ferment 3,0%
    Licorice extract (2/3 glycerin) 4,0%
    Niacinamide  5,0%

    Can cetearyl glucoside, in this case, be used as the sole emulsifier? or should I rather combine it with potassium stearate 0,5%/0,5%? I want the formula to be sprayable. Could I do any other adjustments to make the formula work better? 

    Thanks in advance! ::smiley:

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