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Rose Silk Face Cream

Rose Silk Face Cream

Makes 510 grams

This ultra-silky cream helps rejuvenate the skin while it moisturizes. Evening Primrose and Rosehip oil are widely used to promote new cell regeneration while the AHA sloughs off dead skin cells, leaving the complexion brighter and more even while improving skin elasticity.


         Part A
7.0%     Incroquat TMS-50                            35 grams
4.0%     Stearic Acid                                     20 grams
5.0%     Sweet Almond Oil                              25 grams
3.0%     Rosehip Oil                                       15 grams
3.0%     Evening Primrose Oil                       &nbsp 15 grams

2.0%     Glycerin                                         &nbsp 10 grams

Part B
55%   Water (Boiling Hot)                            280 grams
14%   Rose Hydrosol                                   70 grams

Part C
3.0%   Dry-Flo Powder                               15 grams

Part D
2.0%   AHA Lactic Acid                                 10 grams
0.5%   Vitamin E D-Alpha Tocopherol Blend    3 grams
1%   Silk Amino Acids                                   5 grams
0.5%   Optiphen Plus Preservative                   3 grams

Drops of Essential Oil or Fragrance Oil to scent if desired

1. Measure out Part A into a mixing bowl.
2. Add Part B to Part A and whisk to combine, making sure all the emulsifiers are completely dissolved. Additional heating may be required.
3. Keep whisking until the temperatured cools until about 130 degrees F, then slowly shake in Part C small amounts at a time while whisking continuously.
4. Stir occasionally to maintain emulsion while cooling.
5. When the cream reaches temperatures of 105 - 115 degrees F add ingredients of Part D, stirring gently to incorporate.
6. When product starts to noticeably thicken, package into glass jars.

January 26, 2012