|Phase||Ingredients for ~50 ml||%||Quantity|
|A||camellia oil||15||7,5 gr|
|A||emulsifier Bella||5||2,5 gr|
|A||vitamin C (ascorbyl palmitate)||2||1 gr|
|B||pure water||72,7||36,35 gr|
|B||co-emulsifier Hydractive||2||1 gr|
|C||lemon essential oil, furanocoumarin-free||0,4||0,2 gr|
|C||vitamin E||0,3||0,15 gr|
Sanitize the dedicated containers and utensils you will work with, details in the general safety guidelines.
In two separate heat-resistant glasses, transfer the ingredients of phases A and B. The two glasses are placed in a water bath, and heated to 75°C, stirring continuously. Once the desired temperature is reached, remove from heat. Add phase B over phase A, while mixing. Mix for one minute with the mixer (with the old mixer 3 minutes).
To speed up the cooling process, put the glass in a bowl with cold water and mix for another minute (with the old mixer about 3 minutes).
Continue to mix the composition manually, until cool.
When the composition cools below 40°C, add the ingredients from phase C and mix thoroughly.
The composition thus prepared is transferred to the dedicated container. pH ~ 5.5
The result is a cream with a very delicate and pleasant texture, suitable for all skin types that need lightening and attenuation of pigmentation spots, or those resulting from acne. Camellia oil has a high content of oleic acid, which helps the optimal penetration of arbutin into the skin. Arbutin promotes skin lightness and a uniform tone, reduces the appearance of spots and hyper-pigmentation, makes the skin more clear and radiant.