Moisturising Cream (using Durosoft Emulsifier)


A very simple recipe that makes a wonderfullly rich Moisturising Cream using a mix of natural skin-friendly oil, water and an extremely simple-to-use 'Durosoft' emulsifier.
Everything in this recipe is available to buy from our website.
This recipe can be scaled up in proportion very easily.


1) Accurate weighing scales
2) A suitably sized mixing bowl or jug
3) Two suitable saucepans
4) A whisk
5) A suitable container.

HOW TO.....

Phase A: Mix water and Phenoxyethanol EHG together in a suitable saucepan add the Durosoft and mix thoroughly.
Phase B: In a separate jug or bowl add the sunflower oil, sprinkle the Xanthan gum on top and leave to sink in for a few minutes. Mix thoroughly until there are no lumps. Then add the second Durosoft and thoroughly mix again.
Add Phase B to Phase A and stir, then heat the lotion to 70°C
Phase C: Heat Cetearyl Alcohol in a separate saucepan to 70°C
Add Phase C to Phase AB Stir until cool and mixed thoroughly, the cream will thicken as it cools. Add fragrance and mix until dispersed.
Pour into suitable container.
NOTE: This recipe produces a pleasantly light cream. Should you want a more viscous cream a thicker base could be achieved by discounting some of the water.

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