Sunscreen Cream SPF 45

Sunscreen Cream SPF 45

Acme-Hardesty Co.

Posted: August 16, 2019 12:19 PM CDT

Climate change and global warming have made sunscreens a part of consumers' daily wear routines. To improve sun protection, combining different UV filters and absorbers is a must, which consequently increases the oily phase in the end formula. Using high amounts of non-polar preservatives in the oil phase, however, poses risks of contamination since low-polar preservatives tend to migrate into the oily phase, leaving the aqueous phase unprotected. SharoSense Plus 184 provides the answer. This innovative polar preservative system brings uncompromised antimicrobial efficacy at low use levels (0.7%). 

Application: Sun Care

Formula Procedure

Heat water to 45-50°C. Add remaining A in the order listed with mixing, ensure complete dissolution before adding the next ingredient. Heat B to 50-60°C while stirring until melted and unified. Homogenize batch at approx. 55°C.

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