How is it used?
Zinc Ricinoleate comes in the form of small pearl like form that can be easily melted down and incorporated into formulations. Melt down pellets during the oil, butter and wax phase of deodorant formulating. Then, if the recipe calls for emulsification, emulsify as usual.
Melting Point: 158ºF to 160ºF.
Raw material source: Castor oil and zinc
Popular Products That Use This Ingredient:
Solid Deodorant. Emulsion Type Deodorants.
INCI: Zinc Ricinoleate
Melt pellets with other components during the oil phase. Emulsify as usual. Typical use level is 1.5-3%. Melting point is 158ºF to 160ºF.
Points of Interest:
Zinc Ricinoleate chemically fixes odour molecules that are formed during the bacterial decomposition of perspiration. Melting point is 158ºF to 160ºF.
Physical Form: Ivory Pearls
Solubility: Insoluble in Water
Country of Origin: USA
Storage: Room temperature. Airtight container.
Best Used By: One year from date of purchase.
Shelf Life Once Used in Manufacturing: One year from the manufacturing date.
Sample recipe from https://thethingswellmake.com/natural-homemade-deodorant-sensitive-skin/
Melt together the Shea butter, almond oil, beeswax, and zinc ricinoleate in a double boiler until the wax and zinc ricinoleate melt. Remove from the heat.
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