Thursday, July 10, 2014

One ingredient, ten products: Sunflower oil in emulsified sugar scrubs

As you know, one of my favourite products is my emulsified scrub, and one of my favourite oils in said scrubs is sunflower oil. As I just wrote quite a lot about emulsified sugar scrubs in the series on Incroquat BTMS-50, I'm going to refer you to those posts - part one and part two - and just substitute some or all of the oils for the sunflower oil.

Related posts:
Formulating with soy bean oil - includes recipe for sugar scrub!
Formulating for dry skin
Formulating for other skin types - sugar scrubs!
Emulsified scrub with Ritamulse SCG
Black cocoa emulsified scrub
Question: How do you know what and when to substitute? (All about emulsifiers and scrubs)
Experiments in the workshop - golden shea sugar scrub
Using behenyl alcohol in sugar scrubs
Experiments in the workshop - using behenyl alcohol in the Ritamulse SCG sugar scrub
Pumpkin seed oil: Making an emulsified scrub
Oil or emulsified scrub?

Other posts in this series:
One ingredient, ten products: Sunflower oil
One ingredient, ten products: Sunflower oil in body oils
One ingredient, ten products: Sunflower oil in blooming or dispersing bath oils
One ingredient, ten products: Sunflower oil in lotion bars

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