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Spunky Spray Sunscreen – CSW 003-67

Natural solubilizers and an oil soluble, non-irritant preservative make formulating this Spunky Spray Sunscreen a breeze. The film forming capability of Endicare® SC-520Q increases water-resistance properties and creates an even spray on the skin. With olive-based emulsifiers and shea butter, the skin is protected without a harsh or heavy feel.

Phase A
Deionized Water 64.20%
Dissolvine® 220S1,2 (Tetrasodium EDTA) 0.10%
Allantoin1,3 (Allantoin) 0.20%
Endicare® SC-520Q1 (Polyethyloxazoline) 5.00%
Phase B
Endipure™ SHEA1 (Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter) 1.50%
Olivatis™ 111 (Polyglyceryl-3 Olivate Phosphate) 1.00%
Viv-GMU1,4 (Glyceryl Undecylenate) 1.00%
E-Vite1,4 (Tocopheryl Acetate) 0.50%
Olivatis 13™1 (Polyglyceryl-3 Cetearyl Ether Olivate) 4.00%
Endimulse® EGDS1 (Glycol Distearate) 2.00%
Phase C
AllyEster™1,5 (Ethyl Palmate) 4.00%
Endicare® TN1 (C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate) 1.00%
Uvasorb MET1,3 (Benzophenone-3) 3.50%
AVIS1,4 (Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane) 1.50%
Cinnamon1,4 (Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate) 7.50%
Octyne-B1,4 (Octocrylene) 3.00%


  • 1Coast Southwest, Inc.
  • 2Akzo Nobel Functional Chemicals, LLC.
  • 33V
  • 4Vivimed Laboratories
  • 5Allyson Enterprises


  • pH: 5.85
  • Viscosity: spindle 3.0 at 100.0 rpm = 600.0 – 900.0 cst. Estimated SPF value available upon request. Aerosol compatibility available upon request.


Phase A – Add Phase A in order to main vessel under shear mixing and begin heating to 80°C. Phase B – In a separate vessel, add Phase B materials under propeller or shear mixing and begin heating to 80°C. Phase C – In an additional separate vessel, add Phase C materials under propeller or shear mixing and being heating to 80°C. Note: This ensures proper solubilization of sunscreens before adding to actual oil phase. Once all materials in Phase C are uniform and clear, add Phase C to Phase B and continue mixing and heating. When Phase A and Phase B are at temperature, add Phase B to A slowly under very high shear mixing. Note: If emulsion is not “bright white” stronger mixing might be required, i.e. homogenization. Begin cool down. Once emulsion has cooled to 25°-30°C, transfer to final container.

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: 03/25/2015

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