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Inci: Cetearyl Olivate, Sorbitan Olivate
Size : 100g, 250 g, 500 g, 1 kg
Size wholesaler:10kg overweight fees apply for delivery
Olivem is an emulsifier obtained by combination of sorbitol, alcohol cétéaryle and certain essential fatty acids extracted from olive oil. 100% vegetable. White flakes and soluble inomores in fats, insoluble in water. Can be used alone to create oil type emulsions in water (non -oily creams of the cosmetic type). Leave a silky touch, ideal for night creams.
Combine the olivem at theOliwax For better results, a rich and creamy cream, moisturizing and very stable!
Notice: Although Olivem 1000 does not contain derivatives of palm oil, a fatty alcohol of palm oil is used by the manufacturer for its manufacture.
Applications: Oil emulsions in water
Properties : Emulsifying, thickening, softening, emollient, hydrating, protective. This emulsifier facilitates the dispersion of powders such as zinc oxide (widely used in the manufacture of solar creams), even at high percentages.
Use : Melt before using. The quantities used vary depending on whether you want a cream or a lotion (2 to 8%). Olivem creams are easy to achieve and do not require co-emulsifier. Simply melt with your greasy phase (temperature of 60 degrees c) before mixing in the aqueous phase and brew a good 2-5 minutes using an on foot electric mixette (you will then enter the air in Your product, then brew by hand to finalize the cream and prevent there to be too much air and foam in the final product) or using an electric mixer for better results. You will get the final texture a few hours later. To speed up the process (get the right texture faster), you can place your pan in a bowl of cold water during brewing.
To bottle in bottles, we advise you to sink the cream when it is still hot (note, however, that air bubbles could accumulate and reduce the volume of your cream a few hours later). You can also bottle it cold using a bag and a cake socket or a ziploc bag pierced at a corner.
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* See our specialized courses to understand the manufacture of emulsions.