Lotion Making Supplies from Bramble Berry
Bramble Berry strongly recommends making lotions by weight, with a scale. However, we recognize that some of our customers have other methods of manufacturing lotions. Here is the exact weight to volume conversion if you prefer to make your lotions without a scale.
.1 oz by weight = .082 US fluid ounces = 2.42502943 ml
a natural humectant that's a wonderful addition to lotion and great for mixing colorants into M&P...click to read more
Hydrolyzed Oats - A soluble form of hydrolyzed whole oats consisting mainly of hydrolyzed oligosaccharides (or carbohydrates)....click to read more
This synthetic product adds to the slip and helps lotions to absorb quickly and easily. Additionally, it can be used in...click to read more
Easily thicken surfactant based liquid soaps or shampoos...click to read more
Liquid Silk - Our liquid silk is simply silk amino acids dissolved in water. It's easy to add just that special touch to your products with a usage...click to read more
Optiphen is a paraben and formaldehyde-free preservative. It consists of Phenoxyethanol and Caprylyl Glycol. The Caprylyl Glycol is...click to read more
Optiphen ND...click to read more
Phenonip - A liquid preservative to inhibit a full range of microbial growth in your cremes, lotions, salt scrubs, dusting powders and liquid soap bases....click to read more
Polysorbate 20 is commonly used to emulsify oils and water...click to read more
Polysorbate 80: This is a common fragrance and essential oil solublizer as well as an emulsifying agent. It is soluble in water and alcohol and insoluble
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