Creating a super gentle foamer bottle hand cleanser with Plantapon® TF: Part five: Our formulas using Euxyl PE 9010 preservative

Welcome back to our series on making a super gentle foamer bottle cleanser with Plantapon TF. In part one, we took a look at the primary and secondary surfactants. In part two, we look at how to make this formula milder, more hydrating, and more conditioning by adding emollients, conditioners, and humectants. In part three,…...

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Creating a super gentle foamer bottle hand cleanser with Plantapon® TF: Part four: Creating a few different formulas!

Welcome back to our series on making a super gentle foamer bottle cleanser with Plantapon TF. In part one, we took a look at the primary and secondary surfactants. In part two, we look at how to make this formula milder, more hydrating, and more conditioning by adding emollients, conditioners, and humectants. In part three,…...

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Creating a super gentle foamer bottle hand cleanser with Plantapon® TF: Part three, anti-oxidants, preservatives & botanical extracts

Welcome back to our series on making a super gentle foamer bottle cleanser with Plantapon TF. In part one, we took a look at the primary and secondary surfactants. In part two, we looked at how to make this formula milder, more hydrating, and more conditioning by adding emollients, conditioners, and humectants. Today, let’s take…...

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Creating a super gentle foamer bottle hand cleanser with Plantapon® TF: Part two, humectants, emollients & conditioners)

Welcome back to our series on making a super gentle foamer bottle cleanser with Plantapon TF. In part one, we took a look at the primary and secondary surfactants yesterday: Today, we’ll be looking at how we can make this formula milder, more hydrating, and more conditioning by adding emollients, conditioners, and humectants. Adding emolliency…...

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Creating a super gentle foamer bottle hand cleanser with Plantapon® TF: Part one, surfactants

Thanks for joining me today as we make a super gentle foamy, bubbly, lathery™ hand cleanser using Plantapon TF as our main surfactant. Plantapon® TF (INCI: Decyl Glucoside (and) Polyglyceryl-10 Caprylate/Caprate (and) Coco Glucoside (and) Glyceryl Oleate) is a blend of gentle to mild, non-ionic foamy, bubbly, lathery surfactants and non-ionic thickeners and emollients that…...

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Creating a foaming facial cleanser with Plantapon® TF: Clary sage, tea tree & chamomile for dry to normal skin types (formula), part two

Welcome back to part two! We’re making foaming facial cleansers using Plantapon® TF (INCI: Decyl Glucoside (and) Polyglyceryl-10 Caprylate/Caprate (and) Coco Glucoside (and) Glyceryl Oleate, a blend of gentle to mild, non-ionic foamy, bubbly, lathery surfactants and non-ionic thickeners and emollients that can create tear-free cleansers with a skin friendly pH of 4.5 to 5.5,…...

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Creating a foaming facial cleanser with Plantapon® TF: Reviewing the ingredients (part one)

Plantapon® TF (INCI: Decyl Glucoside (and) Polyglyceryl-10 Caprylate/Caprate (and) Coco Glucoside (and) Glyceryl Oleate) It’s a blend of gentle to mild, non-ionic foamy, bubbly, lathery surfactants and non-ionic thickeners and emollients that can create tear-free cleansers with a skin friendly pH of 4.5 to 5.5, used at around 20%. It’s a wonderful cleanser for all…...

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Foaming cleanser formula: A festive salad de fruits foaming facial cleanser with fruit enzyme complex PF

Sorry for taking so long to share this salad de fruits* foaming facial cleanser, the final part of the apple a day foaming cleanser formula series, but I wanted to get some ideas from Raymond about how he enjoyed it. You’ll see his comments at the end of this post. *I took 7 years of…...

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Foaming facial cleanser formula: An apple a day… (part two)

I’ve been having great fun formulating with foaming apple (INCI: Sodium cocoyl apple amino acids) to make this extra apple-y foaming facial cleanser. Yesterday, we chose our surfactants and other water phase ingredients. Today, let’s choose the preservative and create the final formula! Which preservatives could we use here? We need something that works with pH…...

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Foaming facial cleanser formula: An apple a day… (part one)

I mentioned much earlier this year that I loved the apple fruit essence and foaming apple surfactant from Lotioncrafter for creating a super apple-y facial cleanser, but I didn’t share it! (Thanks for the reminder, Kelly!) Let’s take a look at creating this foamer bottle facial cleanser, lash extension cleanser, and makeup remover using these…...

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