Emulsifiers: Sucragel AOF – more complicated recipes

We can create some pretty complicated recipes using Sucragel AOF with minimal heating, so let’s take a look at a base recipe then some variations. COMPLICATED RECIPE USING SUCRAGEL AOFHEATED OIL PHASE5% Sucragel AOF3% cetyl alcohol5% cocoa butter OIL PHASE17% oil of choice or combination HEATED WATER PHASE12% aloe vera11% hydrosol of choice0.5% allantoin WATER...

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Emulsifiers: Sucragel AOF – heated recipes

Sucragel AOF can be used to make cold lotions, but sometimes we need to heat our ingredients to incorporate them into a lotion. Let’s take a look at a few situations in which we might need to heat ingredients in either the oil or water phases. SLIGHTLY THICKER BUT STILL LIGHT LOTION USING SUCRAGEL AOF...

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Emulsifiers: Sucragel AOF – cold process recipes

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post on Sucragel AOF, products made with this emulsifier can be made cold. Let’s take a look at a few recipes we could make through cold process with Sucragel AOF. LIGHT LOTION USING SUCRAGEL AOFOIL PHASE5% Sucragel AOF10% rice bran oil10% soy bean oil0.5% Vitamin E WATER PHASE2.5% sodium lactate0.5%...

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Emulsifiers: Sucragel AOF

Sucragel AOF (INCI: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil (and) Glycerine (and) Aqua (and) Sucrose Laurate) is a thick liquid emulsifier we can use cold to make gels and lotions. It’s based on sucrose laurate, which is an ester of sucrose combined with fatty acids. In this case, it’s combined with lauric acid, which generally comes...

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Emulsifiers: An overview

I’m in the mood for some experimenting, so let’s play with some emulsifiers! Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a look at three emulsifiers – Ritamulse SCG, also known as Ecomulse (Lotioncrafter), Emulsimulse (Saffire Blue), and Natramulse (The Herbarie); Sucragel AOF; and Montanov 68, also known as Sugarmulse at The Herbarie. In the meantime, take a...

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