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  • Serum formulation

    Posted by sophiahoppin on July 1, 2024 at 2:06 pm

    I am making a serum based on Aphrodite that I am advertising as a hydrating and glow serum. Do you guys think this formula will give the desired affect?

    Sea Kelp Extract 3%

    Hyaluronic acid 1.2%

    Rose oil 1%

    Aloe vera palmitate 2%

    Xanthan gum 0.2%

    Lecithin 1.5%

    Glycerin 5%

    Panthenol 3.5%

    Vitamin E 5%

    Geogard ECT 1%

    PE 9010 1%

    (Niacinamide 5%) or (Vitamin C 5%)

    Collagen 1.6 %

    Mica Powder (Pink, Synthetic) 1%

    Distilled water will be the rest

    sophiahoppin replied 2 weeks, 1 day ago 2 Members · 2 Replies
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  • Zoya

    Member
    July 1, 2024 at 3:50 pm

    Hello. There are a few things I don’t really get: why having that high level of tocopherol in your formula? Niacinamide or Vitamin C? The two behave quite differently. Did you run a stability test? Especially with Vitamin C (it’s not that easy to stabilize). What is your final pH? I would strongly advice adding a good chelating agent. Can you back up the claims for the Serum with appropriate testing? The overall effect of any product on the skin depends on the harmony of all ingredients, and without having it properly tested , it’s difficult to tell.

    • sophiahoppin

      Member
      July 2, 2024 at 2:31 pm

      How do I test it? I haven’t bought the ingredients, since I am just beginning in this.

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