Lotion Base - Shea Butter & Aloe, Safety Data Sheet
This product is an amazing combination of Aloe Vera and Refined Shea Butter. Aloe has long been considered to be a premier product for moisturizing and healing the skin while Shea Butter is thought to aid dry skin. Mineral Oil and Paraben Free.
Lotion. Body Moisturizer. This is a ready to use base. It can be used "as is" or it can have color and fragrance incorporated prior to packaging.
Points of Interest: This product is an amazing combination of Aloe Vera and Refined Shea Butter. Aloe has long been considered to be a premier product for moisturizing and healing the skin while Shea Butter is known for aiding dry skin. This product melts at skin temperature.
Color: White Gloss
Composition: 98% Naturally Derived Ingredients
Feel of Skin After 2 Minutes: Powdery, Smooth
Maximum Fragrance: 4% (Follow IFRA Guidelines)
Maximum Heating Temperature: 140 deg F
Recommended Container: Plastic Bottle, Jar, Tube
Recommended Color Additives: Liquid Dye, Mica Powder
Physical Form: White Viscous Liquid
Solubility: Emulsion Accepts Most Oil & Water Additives
Country of Origin: United States
Storage: Room temperature. Air tight container.
Best Used By: One year from date of purchase.
Shelf Life Once Used in Manufacturing: One year from manufacturing date.
Maximum Temp Note: If a base is heated over "Maximum Heating Temperature" for greater than 5 minutes the current preservative system can be rendered inactive and additional preservative is required to prevent the growth of mold, bacteria and fungus. If more than 5% additives are incorporated into the base, the current preservative system will be diluted and additional preservative will be required.
Ingredients: Water, Glyceryl Stearate, Isopropyl Myristate, Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides, Stearic Acid, Cetearyl Alcohol (and) Ceteareth 20, Shea Butter, Dimethicone, Sunflower Oil, Aloe Barbadensis, Disodium EDTA, Benzophenone-4, Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate, DMDM Hydantoin, Triethanolamine.
Directions: On low heat, warm base to 120 deg F or until it becomes liquid. Add cosmetic grade fragrance and FDA approved color additive. Pour into container. Allow to return to room temperature and apply top. Label per FDA label requirements.
Note: Amount of fragrance cannot exceed IFRA guidelines (listed for each fragrance on this website) and should not exceed this product's " Maximum Fragrance Load" . If your lotion does not remain white when you rub it into your skin then you have used too much color. If product significantly thins you have used too much fragrance.