Foot cream with urea

Foot cream with urea

Formula: 28163

Phase Ingredients for ~100 ml % Quantity
A caprilis oil 20 20 gr
A lanolin 10 10 gr
A emulsan 6 6 gr
A cetearyl alcohol 6 6 gr
B flat water 39,4 39,4 gr
B sodium PCA 2 2 gr
B urea, cosmetic 15 15 gr
C niaouli essential oil 1 33 drops
C cosgard 0,6 20 drops

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

Preparation method:

Add the ingredients of phase A to a heat-resistant glass. In another heat-resistant glass add the ingredients from phase B. Both glasses are placed in a water bath, stirring occasionally.
When both phases have reached a temperature of 75°C, remove from the heat.

Gradually pour phase A over phase B, while already mixing the phase B composition. Mix for 3 minutes.
Place the beaker in a bowl of cold water to accelerate the cooling process, continuing to mix manually for 3 more minutes.

When the composition has reached body temperature, add the ingredients of phase C, mixing thoroughly after each. 
The cream thus obtained is transferred to the dedicated container. pH: ~6,5 

A cream formulated for foot care, with dry and unaesthetic skin, but can also be used on the hands, knees, elbows. Reduces calluses and corns, improves the appearance of cracked skin, stimulates blood circulation, stimulates epidermal regeneration, exfoliates and smoothes the skin, deeply moisturizes. It can be used daily.
It has a creamy texture, is easily absorbed, is not too greasy and has a pleasantly invigorating smell.

Options and explanations:

  • instead of caprilis oil you can use another vegetable oil, according to your preferences; we chose caprilis for this formula because it gives a pleasant, non-greasy texture and the cream absorbs more easily
  • instead of niaouli essential oil (chosen for its bactericidal, tonic, blood circulation and analgesic stimulant effect), another essential oil or a combination of suitable essential oils can be used, such as: lemongrass, peppermint, palmarosa, cajeput, eucalyptus lemon, eucalyptus globulus, ravintsara etc; a successful combination for a pleasant scent would be 0.3% peppermint essential oil + 0.7% natural cosmetic fragrance oil Lotus foret

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  • Difficulty: beginner/advanced/experienced
  • Utensils: precision scale, 2 Berzelius beakers, mini mixer, thermometer, teaspoon/spatula
  • Recommended container: Carven/Sobra jar with lid, 100 ml or Clara/Ambra glass jar with lid, 120 ml
  • Shelf-life: 3 months, prepared in optimal conditions of hygiene, kept in a cool place

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This formula was developed by Elemental's qualified staff. The recipes are intended to exemplify the use of products marketed by Elemental and are believed to be accurate, however, Elemental assumes no liability or risk associated with the use of its products for the preparation and evaluation of the recipe as the conditions of preparation and use are beyond its control. The Elemental customer must ensure that the reproduction of the formulation does not infringe any intellectual property rights and that it complies with the specific rules and regulations in force. The person who prepares the recipe must refer to the safety data sheets to ensure the safe handling of all raw materials and bears full responsibility for ensuring the safe and correct use and storage of all materials procured and used. Assessments of the safety, stability, regulatory compliance and suitability of this recipe, methods and the finished product are the sole responsibility of the user and/or the legal entity placing the product on the market. Elemental is not liable for any damages resulting from the use of this information, and assumes no responsibility for misuse of selected materials, formula or method, in whole or in part.

Posted on 11/29/2016 Body Care recipes, Hand and Foot care 0

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