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Skin Quenching Caviar – CSW-001-52

An exciting alternative to polyethylene microbeads, these skin and earth-friendly beads are backed with moisturizers, not plastic.

Phase A
Deionized Water 77.40%
Glycerin1 (Glycerin) 2.00%
Dissolvine® GL-47-S1,2 (Tetrasodium Glutamate Diacetate) 0.30%
Phase B
Deionized Water 12.00%
Soapnut Extract (Nisarg)1,3 (Sapindus Mukurossi Fruit Extract) 0.50%
Phase C
GlyAcid® 70 HP1,4 (Glycolic Acid) 5.00%
NaOH (0.5M) QS to pH4
Phase D
Cayoma® Olive1,5 (Aqua (and) Olea Europaea Leaf Extract (and) Alcohol (and) Maltodextrin (and) Olea Europaea Extract) 0.50%
Phase E
Biomix Clear1,6 (Phenoxyethanol (and) Glycerin (and) Citrus Reticulata Fruit Extract (and) Citrus Aurantium Amara Fruit Extract (and) Citrus Sinesis Peel Extract (and) Ascorbic Acid (and) Citric Acid (and) Lactic Acid (and) Water) 0.80%
Phase F
EndiMoist® HA Solution(Sodium Hyaluronate) 0.50%
Phase G
Endicare® EP-430(Sodium Polyacrylate) 1.00%


  • 1Coast Southwest, Inc.
  • 2Akzo Nobel Functional Chemicals LLC
  • 3Vivimed Labs USA Inc.
  • 4CrossChem LP
  • 5The Innovation Company®
  • 6Sharon-Laboratories Ltd.


  • pH: 6.06
  • Viscosity = Not Applicable


Phase A – Add Phase A and mix until uniform. Phase B – Premix Phase B in a separate vessel and add to Phase A. Phase C – Create a buffered Glycolic Acid solution. In a separate vessel titrate the Glycolic Acid with an NaOH solution to a pH of 4. Add Phase C to Phase AB. Phase D – In a separate vessel premix Phase D in an aqueous solution of Cayoma® Olive. Once uniform add Phase D to Phase ABC. Phase E – Add Phase E to Phase ABCD. Phase F – Add Phase F to Phase ABCDE. Phase G – Add Phase G to Phase ABCDEF and allow to swell for 48 hours.

Disclaimer: Seller makes no warranty of any kind, express or implied, concerning the use of this product in any application. User assumes all risk of use, storage, or handling, whether in accordance with directions or not.

REVISION DATE: 07/29/2014

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