|Phase||Ingredients for ~30 ml||%||Quantity|
|A||karanja or carrot oil||10||3 gr|
|A||sea buckthorn oil||10||3 gr|
|A||emulsifier Bella||5||1,5 gr|
|A||cetearyl alcohol||2||0,6 gr|
|B||flat mineral water||45,5||13,7 gr|
|B||yellow 09 oxide, cosmetic pigment||0,6||0,18 gr (3 x SMIDGEN)|
|B||brown 23 oxide, cosmetic pigment||0,2||0,06 gr (1 x SMIDGEN)|
|C||xanthan gum||0,2||0,06 gr|
|C||ferulic acid||0,5||0,15 gr|
|C||natural cosmetic fragrance oil Crème Tropicale||0,4||4 drops|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
Add the phase A ingredients to a heat-resistant beaker and mix. In another heat-resistant beaker, add the ingredients from phase B one at a time and mix well after each one. Pre-mix the essesol in the vial before use!
The two phases are placed in a water bath, heated to 75°C, while continuously mixing. When the temperature is reached, remove the beakers from the heat.
Transfer phase A quickly over phase B and start mixing immediately, for about 3 minutes. Avoid the aeration of the composition as much as possible. Towards the end of the 3 minutes, the xanthan gum is sprinkled, without interrupting the mixing.
Place the composition over a bowl of cold water and continue mixing for another 3 minutes.
Let the composition cool to body temperature and add the rest of the phase C ingredients, one at a time, thoroughly mixing after each. The cream thus prepared is transferred to the dedicated container. pH: ~5-5.5
The result is a light cream pleasant to wear, it does not load the skin but covers it with a fine silky layer. It is applied on the skin after cleansing and toning, distributing it as evenly as possible. Contains mineral sunscreen and antioxidants, provides medium protection from the sun's rays.
The shade of the cream is light, for lighter complexions. For darker shades, add to the amount of pigments (for medium shade: yellow 0.9%, brown 0.3%). The shade can be darkened at the end of the preparation, but it is necessary to disperse the pigments in a small amount of cream and then a thorough homogenization.
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