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
Isopropyl Myristate (IPM) - 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
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
New! Optiphen - 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
Polawax Emulsifying Wax - Use this waxy material to emulsify your water and oils together. ...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 ...click to read more
Stearic Acid - Traditionally used as a thickening agent in lotion, this vegetable derived waxy substance is also used as a hardening agent in soaps ...click to read more
Witch Hazel: Use this for making bath fizzies & astringents. Commonly sold as an anti-inflammatory spray, you can use it as a base for facial toners ...click to read more
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