Shealoe Cream

If you’re like us, we were sorely disappointed when the manufacturer of this beloved cream discontinued its production.  We set out to duplicate it so you could make it for yourself!  ShealoeTM is a combination of Aloe Vera 1X Juice and Shea Butter Refined.  It contains a small amount of two emulsifiers and a preservative and that’s it!  This cream is very dense and thick when it has fully set up.  It is best kept in jars as it is way too thick to be pumped out of bottles.  ShealoeTM can be used as an emollient base for other creations or as a stand-alone emollient cream.  To add to other creations, it can be gently warmed to make it more fluid and allow for easy incorporation.

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  Shealoe Cream

 

Formula

 

  Percent

  Grams

 Ounces

Ingredient

Phase A

   45.0%

  450.00

  15.75

Aloe Vera 1X**

 

 

 

 

 

Phase B

   48.9%

  489.00

  17.12

Shea Butter Refined

 

     3.4%

    34.00

    1.19

Sorbitan Stearate

 

     1.7%

    17.00

    0.60

Polysorbate 60

 

 

 

 

 

Phase C

     1.1%

    11.00

    0.38

Euxyl PE 9010

 

**If you want to use Aloe Vera 200X instead of Aloe Vera 1X, mix 4.5 grams (0.079 ounces) of Aloe Vera 200X with 445.5 grams (15.67 ounces) of distilled water, then proceed.

  1. Heat Phase A to 80˚C (176˚F).
  2. Combine Phase B ingredients and heat until 80°C (176°F).
  3. When both phases reach 80°C (176˚F), remove from heat and pour the water phase into the oil phase. Mixing vessel can be placed in an ice water bath to speed up cooling. Immediately begin mixing with a stick or immersion blender until emulsion has cooled to 60°C (140°F). Keep immersion blender deep in the mixture to avoid entraining air bubbles in the mix.
  4. Add Phase C and mix well.
  5. Continue mixing with immersion blender, stopping and starting immersion blender as needed to avoid entraining air. When the temperature reaches 55°C (131°F), stop mixing with immersion blender and switch to a wire whisk. Slowly whisk, keeping emulsion in motion, until the temperature reaches about 22°C (72°F). This slow mixing helps to remove entrained air bubbles to create a smooth emulsion. Once the emulsion has cooled enough, it will look like cake batter and a drizzle of lotion will leave a trail on the surface.
  6. Package in jars, leaving lids off and covering jars with paper towels to absorb moisture. Cool 8-10 hours and then put lids on jars. Mixture will continue to thicken over the course of a week or so. For faster set up, containers can be place in the refrigerator for several hours.

Makes 1000 grams (35 ounces).                                  Ingredients in bold are carried by Lotioncrafter.

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