C&E with Ferulic Acid Kit
This is a patented product so you shouldn’t sell it, but for the DIY formulator making things for their own use, you’ll find this duplication quick, easy and inexpensive to make!
The kit includes all the ingredients you need to create 200 grams (or 6.85 ounces) of our C&E with Ferulic Acid as shown in our Formulary. All you'll need to provide is distilled water. Click on the Formulary tab to review the formula and procedures for more information on how it's done. Please note, due to the small amounts of some materials needed in this formulation, it is difficult to make less than the full amount, or at least 1/2 of it. To maximize oxidative stability and extend the shelf life of the unused product, we recommend you store it airless containers or dark bottles (
This formula, like all the formulas we create, should be created by weighing your
The Jennings JSR-200 scale weighs up to 200g (7 ounces) and as little as 0.01g (0.0005 oz).
The My Weigh MX500 scale weigh up to 500g (17.7 ounces) and as little as 0.1g (0.005 oz).
As these scales have limited weighing capacity, you must use beakers that
We offer a 10% discount on 5 50ml Airless Treatment Pump Bottles, an MX-500 scale or a JSR-200 scale to go along with your Try At Home kit if you purchase them at the same time.
To receive the discount, simply add the scale or containers to your cart, and the discount will be applied at checkout.
- 1g Ferulic Acid
- 30g L-Ascorbic Acid Ultra Fine Powder
- 0.25g Hyaluronic Acid
- 1g dl-Panthenol
- 10g Glycerin
- 6g Laureth-23
- 7g 95% Mixed Tocopherols
- 45g Ethoxydiglycol
- 25g Propylene Glycol
- 5g Triethanolamine
- 10g Citric Acid Solution 50%
- 5g Phenoxyethanol
- 10-pack pH Testing Strips
Please note: This kit comes with MORE of each ingredient then you will need for the formulation, so a scale is essential to success!
California Prop 65 Statement: The following statement is made in order to comply with the California Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986. This product may contain < 0.5% diethanolamine, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.