Spot corrector cream

Spot corrector cream

Formula: KA5837

Phasea Ingredients % Quantity for ~30 ml
A white lily oil 15 4,5 gr
A coco-silicone 5 1,5 gr
A vitamin C (ascorbyl palmitate) 1 0,3 gr
A emulsifier bella 8 2,4 gr
B flat water 65,4 19,6 gr
B sodium PCA 3 0,9 gr
C kojic acid 1 0,3 gr
C vitamin E 0,5 4 drops
C carrot seed essential oil 0,5 4 drops
C fragard 0,6 6 drops

Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.

Preparation method:

In two separate heat-resistant containers, add the ingredients of phases A and B. The two glasses are heated in a water bath, to 70°C, stirring from time to time.
When both phases have reached the right temperature, they are removed from the heat.
Add the contents of phase B over phase A and mix for about 3 minutes. To speed up the cooling process, place the composition over a bowl of cold water and mix for another 3 minutes.
Let the composition cool to body temperature and add the ingredients from phase C, one at a time, thoroughly mixing after each.
The cream thus obtained is transferred to the dedicated container. The consistency of the cream will be finalized the next day. pH: 5.5-6

A delicate cream with a light, non-greasy texture, suitable for normal, mixed or oily skin, useful for alleviating sunspots, age spots or post-inflammatory spots (scars, acne). The formula aims to even out skin color and brighten the skin, has a moisturizing and anti-aging effect. It can be applied on the face once a day, in the morning or in the evening, after cleansing and toning the skin. If the skincare routine also involves chemical exfoliation (with AHA/BHA), then the cream is applied 10-15 minutes after exfoliation.
The cream should be used as a treatment, for a period of 1-2 months, after which there is a break of 1-2 months. During the treatment it is necessary to photoprotect the skin during the day.

Options and explanations:

  • the formula contains a fairly high percentage of kojic acid, so the cream will be used as a treatment; the percentage of kojic acid can be reduced to about 0.5% in which case the cream can be used for a longer period, as needed
  • vitamin C (ascorbyl palmitate) will not be replaced by the other variant of vitamin C, ascorbic acid
  • instead of fragard you can also use cosgard, in which case the smell of the cream will be a little less pleasant
  • instead of coco-silicone - a dry emollient that adds a sensory addition to the cream - you can also use a vegetable oil of your choice (one that is resistant to heating), or you can increase the percentage of white lily oil accordingly


  • Difficulty: beginner/advanced/experienced
  • Utensils: precision scale, mini mixer, 2 Berzelius beakers, thermometer
  • Recommended container: Aurora airless bottle 30 ml
  • Shelf life: 3 months, prepared in optimal hygiene conditions, kept in a cool place, protected from light
Posted on 09/07/2015 Skin Care recipes, Face creams 0