This ingredient can decrease the viscosity of Aristoflex AVC a titch, but it's not a big deal as the recipe is thick enough.
Please note, it is important to make this recipe in the order you see below. If you change an ingredient, figure out in which phase you should include it before starting the process. I know it seems silly, but it can make such a difference in the viscosity of the final product.
GIGAWHITE & VITAMIN C MOISTURIZER
WATER SOLUBLE INGREDIENTS
80.5% distilled water
2% sea kelp bioferment
2% panthenol (powder)
3% propanediol 1,3
5% Alpaflor Gigawhite
OIL SOLUBLE INGREDIENTS
2% tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate
1% Aristoflex AVC
0.5% liquid Germall Plus
1. Measure the slightly heated distilled or de-ionized water into a container.
2. Add your water soluble ingredients.
3. Mix the propanediol 1,3 with the resveratrol into a small container, like a shot glass. When dissolved, add to the larger container along with Gigawhite.
4. Add the oil soluble ingredients.
5. Add the Aristoflex AVC.
6. Add the preservative.
7. Mix well. Bottle, and rejoice!
Pretty simple, eh? If you're organized and can gather your ingredients quickly, it takes no more than 10 minutes to make a completely emulsified lotion!
Links to buy this ingredient from Lotioncrafter: Alpaflor® Gigawhite
As a note, none of these links are affiliate links and I do not receive any sort of compensation if you buy something from Lotioncrafter. I provide them as Jen was so kind to supply all the ingredients for the conference at great expense to her company, and this is my way of saying thanks for spending so much time to make sure my presentation was the best it could be!
Join me tomorrow as we take a look at the niacinamide & willow bark oil free hydro-gel.