Country Of Origin:United States
This lotion contains Goat’s Milk, Honey and Shea Butter. Goat’s milk is high in protein, triglycerides, Vitamin A, B6, B12 and E making it an excellent natural moisturizer that helps hydrate and nourish skin. Honey is a natural anti oxidant and anti-inflammatory. It is high in vitamin C and promotes collagen formation in the skin. Shea Butter is well known in helping moisturize while providing a silky protective barrier to all skin types. Does not contain mineral oil.
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.
I love this stuff it works so good
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Judith Drop from RILLTON.
Q: Is this lotion base too thick for pump bottles?
Points of Interest:
Contains Goat’s Milk, Honey and Shea Butter. Goat’s milk is high in protein, triglycerides, Vitamin A, B6, B12 and E making it an excellent natural moisturizer that helps hydrate and nourish skin. Honey is a natural anti oxidant and anti-inflammatory. Shea is well known in helping moisturize.
Color: White Gloss
Composition: 97% Naturally Derived Ingredients
Feel of Skin After 2 Minutes: Powdery, Smooth
Maximum Fragrance: 4% (Follow IFRA Guidelines)
Maximum Heating Temperature: 140º F
Note: Click on “Read More” for important information about “Maximum Heating Temperatures” and “Maximum Fragrance Levels”.
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. Maximum Fragrance Note: Some fragrance and essential oils may thin or thicken this base. You will want to conduct performance testing to ensure your final product performs as you desire.
On low heat, warm base to 120º 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 products “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.
ingredients - Water, Glyceryl Stearate, Isopropyl Myristate, Caprylic/Capric Glyceride, Stearic Acid, Stearyl Alcohol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Ceteareth 20, Soybean Oil, Shea Butter, Dimethicone, Sunflower Oil, Aloe Barbadensis, Goat Milk Extract, Hydroxypropyl Trimonium Honey, Benzophenone, Methylparaben, Propylparabaen, DMDM Hydantoin, Triethanolamine Disodium EDTA.
Directions Add .5-1% fragrance (0.5% = 1/2 teaspoon per 16 ounces of base). If desire - then add your cosmetic (water based) color. Then pour into bottles. Heating the base will let you incorporate (mix) the fragrance better and makes for easier pouring (but do not boil). Cool product with the top off the bottle to prevent condensation. Product will rethicken upon cooling. Each fragrance reacts differently in the base. Test your formulas to ensure the desired results. Note If your lotion does not stay white when you rub it into your skin then you have used too much color. If product thins to much then you have used too much fragrance, you may want to add a lotion thickener. If the lotion is too thick after you add your fragrance, you can add distilled water to the base to make it thinner, if you add more than 8 ounces of distilled water per gallon you need add a preservative.